1967 WPI Fellows

Australia

Margaret Walsh Studer, the first woman to be awarded a WPI fellowship, is a feature writer for the Daily News

Edward John Sheil, chief of staff of the Daily Telegraph, Australia's largest newspaper

Brazil

Eduardo de Godoy Figueiredo, junior editor of O Estado de Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest daily

Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

D. Shelton Gunaratne, assistant news editor of the Ceylon Daily News

Chile

Hector Olave Vallejos is on the reporting staff of Las Ultimas Noticias, one of the El Mercurio chain of newspapers

Egypt

Salama Ahmed Salama, chief diplomatic editor of Akhbar el Yom publishing house

Ethiopia

Ato Kebede Anissa, editor in chief of Ye Ethiopia Dimtse, an Amharic language daily with the largest circulation in Ethiopia

Finland

Veikko Pajunen edits a weekly page covering foreign commentary and political feature stories for Helsingin Sanomat

India

Ben Antao, reporter for The Indian Express in Bombay

Italy

Pietro Banas, special correspondent for the foreign news department of Il Sole Ventiquattr'ore, Italy's largest financial and economic daily paper

Japan

Ko Shioya, member of the editorial staff of the Toyko bureau of the Associated Press

Mexico

Federico Campbell, staff member of the daily newspaper Ovaciones where he is a frequent contributor to the editorial page

Peru

Arturo Von Vacano Alborta, assistant editor of the magazine section of Correo, Lima's leading daily newspaper

Spain

Antonio Sanchez-Gijon is in charge of the national news for SP magazine

Switzerland

Peter Studer, member of the editorial staff of Tagesanzeiger, the largest circulation daily in Switzerland

United Kingdom

Royston Bull, reporter for the Daily Mail in London