Part of a flyer for an event on the referendum in Sudan featuring grant-recipient Rebecca Hamilton, who filed stories for the Washington Post and Foreign Policy, among others.
Most of our journalists are available to give multimedia lectures on their reporting. During visits to schools, journalists often visit several classes and discuss their reporting in small groups with students and faculty in addition to a public presentation. We encourage organizations to get the most out of the time they have with the journalists.
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for examples of events going on now.
To request a Pulitzer Center journalist or staff member to visit your school or organization, send an email to Kate Seche at kseche [at] pulitzercenter.org. Please include the name of the requested journalist or a topic area of interest, a range of possible dates, the location of the event, and details about your organization.
We generally ask that travel, meals and lodging be covered in addition to an honorarium for the journalist.
We can also arrange Skype conversations with the journalists. In this case, only the honorarium would need to be covered.
"We will illuminate dark places and, with a deep sense of responsibility, interpret these troubled times."
JOSEPH PULITZER III (1913-1993)