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Series IV: Professional Events & Prizes
Columbia University hosts many national and international programs and prizes
for superior work in professional journalism. Awards include the Pulitzer
Prizes, Dupont Awards in broadcast journalism, Maria Moors Cabot Prizes in
inter-American understanding, and Mike Berger Awards for feature reporting.
The school also hosts professional lecture programs and forums such as the
Panel Breakfast from the Poliak Center for the Study of First Amendment
Issues, Reuter Forums, and Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism
Lectures. Other lectures, such as the Henry F. Pringle Memorial Lectures,
are included since they are not targeted solely as student instruction.
Subseries IV.1: Prize Programs
Berger (Mike) Awards, 1961-1968
Cabot (Maria Moors) Prize, 1968
Columbia University Journalism Award, 1958-1964
Columbia-Catherwood Awards, 10 January 1961
DuPont Awards, 1992-1995
National Magazine Awards, 1994
Pulitzer (Joseph) Prize mailings, 1949
Winner Display, 1956
Reception, May 1997
Subseries IV.2: Lecture Series
Davis (Elmer) Memorial Lectures, 1965
Delacorte Lectures, undated
DuPont Forum, 1990s-2002
Journalism Forum, 31 May -1 June
Poliak (Saul & Janice) Center, First Amendment Breakfast,
Poliak (Saul & Janice) Lectures, 14 November 2000
23 October 2001
Pringle Memorial lectures, 1964-1967
Pulitzer (Joseph) Lectures, 1964
Reuters Forum, 1997-1998
Subseries IV.3: Assorted Events
Independent Journal, Engineering Edition, 1939
United Airlines Flying Laboratory Plane, 1939
Book Conference, February1962
Four C's Conference 29-30 March1962
Journalism-Architecture Conference, 1-3 October 1962
Deadline Club, 1964
Klauber Decication, 1968
Society for Professional Journalists (SDX), 1978
Events, general, 1990s
"Damaged Kids, Delinquent Reporting? Covering Children and
by Prudential Fellowship for Children and the News and the Scripps
Howard Program in Religion, Journalism and Spirtual Life)
Dominique, Jean Leoplod -- commemoration, 10 December 2000