Centennial Events

Panel of Pulitzer Prize Winners

Thursday, September 27

The Pulitzer Prizes and the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism



How journalists won Pulitzer Prizes this year by alerting citizens to grave problems in their midst


Pervasive violence in public schools

Philadelphia Inquirer, Public Service Prize

Susan Snyder and Mike Leary


The deadly embrace of a painkiller

 Seattle Times, Investigative Reporting Prize

Michael J. Berens


Controversial spying by New York police

Associated Press, Investigative Reporting Prize

Matt Apuzzo and Eileen Sullivan


Hidden wounds of struggling veterans

Denver Post, Feature Photography Prize

Craig F. Walker


They will discuss their work and share their techniques and tips at a special seminar

moderated by Sheila Coronel, director, Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism


  — When: 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 16 –

Where: Lecture Hall in Journalism School at Columbia University, 116th and Broadway

Contact: Sig Gissler, Pulitzer Prize administrator, sg138@columbia.edu

Winning work can be found on the Pulitzer Web site, www.pulitzer.org/awards/2012

Columbia journalism students, alumni and general public are invited

Sponsored by the Pulitzer Prizes in collaboration with the Journalism School’s
Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism