Esther Kaplan

Esther Kaplan wins 2015 MOLLY National Journalism Prize

Congratulations to Esther Kaplan! Esther wrote this winning piece under her APF fellowship and it appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review. The Molly National Journalism Prize—Recognizing Superior Journalism in the Tradition of Molly Ivins! The MOLLY Prize is awarded for an article or series of up to four short,

Lee van der Voo

Lee van der Voo signed by Palsgrave Macmillan

Lee van der Voo has been signed by Palsgrave Macmillan to do a book based on her APF research, “Sharecroppers of the Sea.”The working title for the book is “The Fish Market.”

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Cissy Patterson Endowment for Science and Environmental Writers

Good News for Science and Environmental Writers A newly endowed fellowship for science and environmental writing is being established this year under a gift by the Cissy Patterson Foundation, of Washington, D.C. The gift of $500,000 will allow the Alicia Patterson Foundation to designate a journalist with an environmental or

Jason Berry

Jason Berry piece: The Louisiana Nazis Who Courted Steve Scalise

The Daily Beast The Louisiana Nazis Who Courted Steve Scalise 1-03-15by Jason Berry Kenny Knight and Howie Farrell, the two men at the heart of the Steve Scalise scandal, were well known in Louisiana politics as longtime operatives of Duke’s Holocaust-denying hate machine. In 1989, a newly registered Republican in

Hillary Rosner

National Association of Science Writers Honors Hillary Rosner

The National Association of Science Writers honored Hillary Rosner (APF’11) with its Science in Society Award on Oct. 1. The award was for a story, “The Color of Bunny,” that appeared in 2012 in the High Country News and in the APF Reporter and was based on Rosner’s APF project

Miriam Pawel

Miriam Pawel Book Review

The New York Times featured a book review on 2007 Fellow Miriam Pawel’s recent book “The Crusades of Cesar Chavez.” You can read the full review here: Miriam Pawel review.

Donna DeCesare

A Conversation with Donna De Cesare and Fred Ritchin

Visual Storytelling and Violence: A Conversation with Donna De Cesare (APF 1997) and Fred Ritchin Location: Open Society Foundations–New YorkEvent Date: November 14, 2013Event Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Speakers: Donna De Cesare and Fred Ritchin Photojournalist Donna De Cesare speaks with NYU professor Fred Ritchin about her new book

Donna DeCesare

Former APF Fellow Donna De Cesare (APF’ 97) Wins Maria Moors Cabot Prize

Columbia Journalism School Announces Winners of the 75th Annual Maria Moors Cabot Prizes for Outstanding Reporting on Latin America and the Caribbean   Special 75th Anniversary Events to include high-level conference on Latin American press freedom    NEW YORK, September 5, 2013— The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism today

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