Deadline: Friday, March 17, 2017
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Esther Kartiganer Prize for Excellence in Journalism and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
This prize honors the distinguished career of Esther Kartiganer ’59 (1938-2012), a pioneer in broadcast journalism who became a senior executive producer at CBS News and produced award-winning segments of “60 Minutes” over the course of a long career. Esther was also a founding member and long-time co-chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program National Board. Established in 2007 by the WGS faculty in gratitude for Esther’s service to Brandeis, the Kartiganer Prize honors an undergraduate for involvement in social activism around feminism or sexuality, on or off campus.
Award Recipent and Topic
"Becoming Chinese Feminists"
"Brave Miss World"
Sara Dejene & Philip Gallagher
“Gender, Race, and Science at Brandeis”
“Student Questions University Response to Alleged Rape Case”
“Staff Contradicts Official Account of Sexual Assault”
“Zach’s Story, A Lifetime of Little Things”
Jewish women in WWII forThe Justice
Shana D. Lebowitz
Four Feature Articles for The Justice
"The Choice: Female Journalists' Decisions about Family and Career"
"Coercion and Conversion: The Organic Farming Movement in Maharashtra, India"