Nackey S. Loeb Fellowship Program

Established in 2006, the Fellowship Program welcomes and encourages residents who have made a commitment to their studies at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. The Fellowship is a non-degree learning opportunity.

Requirements* include a total of five classes and workshops. Work completed since 2000 is eligible. There is no time limitation after application.

Nackey S. Loeb Fellows will be recognized annually and presented with a memento marking their successful achievement in communications and journalism studies.

The Fellowship carries  on the generous educationsl legacy of Nackey Scripps Loeb, late president and publisher of the Union Leader Corp.

*To apply, candidates must submit:

  • Cover sheet with name, mailing address, email address, telephone number, date of birth and current occupation or grade in school.
  • Essay of 200-350 words on why the First Amendment, particularly its guarantee of Free Speech and Free Press, is important to you.
  • Complete Loeb School’s First Amendment Media Law six-week class.
  • Complete a combination of any other four six-week classes or workshops at the school.

Congratulations to Nackey Loeb Fellows:

Leah Gage

Christine Hanagan

Dianne Paquette

Elaine Holden

Neil Valentino
Gerry Russell

Lisa Tutinas

Justine Keenan

Floranne Hammond
Ashlee Lange
Amelia Marden
Kathey Radford

Scott Keenan

(In this photo, the late photographer Bob Raiche demonstrates using an old flash camera to Nackey Loeb Fellow Scott Kennan).

Download informational Nackey S. Loeb Fellowship brochure