Daniel Pearl internship to Indian American student

A Stanford University Student, Devin Banerjee, has been awarded the 2010 Danile Pearl Memorial Journalism Internship, which will have him working in one of the Wall Street Journal's foreign bureaus this summer. According to the university news release he expects to graduate in 2010. He is the editor-in-chief of the Stanford Daily and is working towards a degree in management science and engineering, with a concentration in technology and policy.

The internship was established to commemorate the work and ideals of Pearl, a Stanford graduate and Wall Street Journal foreign correspondent who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan in 2002. Banerjee is from Calabasas in Southern California, and he has previously held internships at the San Jose Mercury News and the JoongAng Daily in Seoul, Korea.

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