January 15, 2013The Poynter News University invites high school and college classes to join journalist Yochi Dreazen on Tuesday, January 15 to discuss nuclear security in the Middle East. January 24, 2013Dimiter Kenarov and Mark Schulte to speak to middle and high school students from San Diego and Baja California at the 16th annual WorldLink Youth Town Meeting.
Dimiter Kenarov takes his reporting on "game changer" shale gas to the University of Chicago.
The Poynter News University invites high school and college classes to join journalist Mellissa Fung on Monday, Feb. 18 to discuss Canadian gold mining in Panama.
Join us for a conversation at George Washington University on social media's role in raising awareness around gender violence.
Anna Badkehn and Vanessa Gezari offer their unique perspectives on Afghanistan and what the future may hold for the region during Westchester Community College visit.
From the headlines to the front lines, experience the back stories of the Arab Spring spanning Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria.
An exploration of human resilience in Nairobi's Dandora, one of the world's largest urban trash dumps, featuring the photojournalism of Micah Albert.
A discussion about war in Burma with filmmaker Jason Motlagh following a private screening of "Blood & Gold: Inside Burma's Hidden War."
Hear from Pulitzer Center-supported photojournalists on their travels beneath the sea and over mountains to get the story.
Paul Salopek speaks at Sustainable Cities Conference, Washington University in St. Louis
Join the conversation with two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek.
Join Joshua Kucera for a discussion on his recently released paper "U.S. Military Aid to Central Asia: Who Benefits?"
Listen to Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Salopek speak at the University of Pennsylvania November 8. Paul is walking around the world to examine the most pressing issues of our time--slowly.
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JOSEPH PULITZER III (1913-1993)