Five Student Journalists Receive $2500 Deadline Club Scholarships

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 2019 Contact: George Bodarky, gbodarky@wfuv.org Deadline Club scholarships highlight the work of students from Hofstra, William Paterson and Columbia universities The Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, is pleased to announce five winners in its 2019 scholarship competition. The prizes will be presented […]

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Scholarship Recipient Bios 2018

Lea Ceasrine is a master’s candidate at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism concentrating in health and science reporting. Her reporting on urban farms and community gardens has appeared in NPR’s The Salt and BKLYNER. Deanna Garcia grew up in the Bronx and discovered her passion for journalism in high school. After graduating from the […]

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Details About the 2017 Annual Awards Dinner

GUEST SPEAKER MARTY BARON MAY 22 AWARDS DINNER   INTERVIEWER SHERYL MCCARTHYMAY 22 AWARDS DINNER Martin “Marty” Baron became executive editor of The Washington Post on January 2, 2013. He oversees the Post’s print and digital news operations and a staff of about 700 journalists. Read more of his bio here. Sheryl McCarthy is Distinguished Lecturer […]

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Deadline Club Scholarships

The Deadline Club Scholarship Awards Congratulations to the 2020 Deadline Club scholarship winners! Natalie Migliore, Fordham University Natalie Rash, Hunter College Remmy Bahati, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Kevin Truong, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY Kimon DeGreef, New York University Learn more about the 2020 scholarship winners here. Check back in […]

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Deadline Club Contest Entry Period Closes Out Strong

The 2017 Deadline Awards Contest entry period is now closed for 2017. The 2017 contest covers work that was published or broadcast in 2016 by news organizations from the New York metropolitan area.The finalists can be found here, and winners will be announced at our annual awards dinner at the Harvard Club of New York City […]

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Deadline Club Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Deadline Club scholarship program is open to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in journalism or journalism-oriented communications programs in the New York metropolitan area. As many as four merit-based scholarships of $2,500 each will be awarded to select students. All applications, including supporting materials, such as samples of work and letters of recommendation, must […]

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Deadline Awards Contest is Now Open!

The 2017 Deadline Awards Contest is Open for Entries! Submit by Friday, Feb. 17The Deadline Club is currently accepting entries for our 2016 Deadline Awards, with the entry period remaining open through 11:59 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17. Click here to enter our electronic contest entry system, where you’ll find descriptions for each of our 31 categories and the rules […]

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Awards

The Deadline Club Awards The Deadline Club Awards Contest opens for entries on Monday, January 4, 2021. The Deadline Club’s journalism competition, one of the most prestigious in New York, stretches back to 1957, when the club introduced the James Wright Brown Award honoring outstanding journalistic achievement in the metropolitan area. That first prize was […]

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2015 Deadline Club Awards Winners

See photos of the 2015 Deadline Club Awards Dinner Watch video of the 2015 Deadline Club Awards Dinner Read the judges’ comments on the 2015 Deadline Club Awards Dinner. 2015 Judges List NEWSPAPERS, WIRE SERVICES AND DIGITAL The Daniel Pearl Award for Investigative Reporting Winner Rukmini Callimachi, The New York Times, “Underwriting Jihad” Finalists Brian […]

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Scholarship Winners from the 2015 Students’ Contest

Forty-five New York area journalism students applied for this year’s Deadline Club scholarships. It was large and impressive field. The selection committee spent countless hours evaluating statements of purpose, work samples and recommendation letters. All four winners, receiving $2,500 each, are graduate students. – Two will receive master’s degrees from Columbia University this month. – […]

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