Columbia University awarded a 2004 Maria Moors Cabot Prize to Joel Millman for outstanding reporting on Latin America. Joel is the Wall Street Journal’s U.S.-Mexico border bureau chief. Joel is the seventh Alicia Patterson fellow to win the prize, which is the oldest international award in journalism. The others are Penny Lernoux (APF’76), Alma Guillermoprieto (APF ’85), Guy Gugliotta (APF’85) Sam Quinones, (APF ’88), Pam Constable (APF’89) and Mac Margolis (APF ’90).
Columbia University Awarded a 2004 Maria Moors Cabot Prize to Joel Millman
Erika Hayasaki Former APF fellow Erika Hayasaki has joined the board of the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Hayasaki is an associate professor of literary journalism at
Adam Albright The foundation notes, with sadness, the death of Adam Medill Albright, 77, the longtime treasurer and trustee of the Alicia Patterson Foundation. His
It is with great sadness that the Foundation acknowledges the death of Dom Phillips, who was researching solutions to protect the Amazon under his Alicia Patterson fellowship.