Deadline: Friday, March 19, 2016
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Esther Kartiganer Prize for Excellence in Journalism and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
To honor the distinguished career of Esther Kartiganer '59, a pioneer in broadcast journalism who became a senior executive producer at CBS News, the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program faculty established the Kartiganer Prize for outstanding undergraduate work in the field of journalism and women's, gender, and sexuality studies. The prize is awarded annually for either an outstanding journalism project (broadcast or print) focused on women, gender, or sexuality or an outstanding research project about women/gender/sexuality in the field of journalism itself.
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"