The new face of Wallace House
From the July, 2017 issue
"NPR is a great place to work, and it's not a place you leave lightly," says Lynette Clemetson. But last year, she left a top job at the public radio network to become director of U-M's Wallace House. Its Knight-Wallace fellowships for "mid-career" journalists are a sort of paid, eight-month sabbatical on campus. Clemetson, a former fellow herself, says she took
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