Harvard’s Nieman Fellowship program brings some of the world’s most promising mid-career journalists to Cambridge to study and advance their careers. Fourteen of these fellows from 13 countries will spend Saturday, May 21 at Point Lookout focusing on “Journalism, Media and World Affairs” as part of a Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations annual event.

Following Saturday’s panel sessions, a dinner for the fellows and their audience will be held at the Summit at Point Lookout. NPR foreign correspondent Anne Garrels, author of “Naked in Baghdad,” will address the group. Both the program and the dinner are open to the public.

Cost of the day program, which includes lunch with the fellows and Garrels, is $40 per person. Cost of the day program, lunch and dinner events, all inclusive, is $80 per person.

For reservations and more information, contact Sarah Rheault at 236-8288 or go to midcoastforum.org.