First place accolades for Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism staff members

At the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, Florence Graves, founding director, and E.J. Graff, associate director, were each recently awarded first place in a national journalism contest. The awards were presented at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Graves received first place in the Clarion Awards' newspaper feature category for her 2007 Boston Globe article about a new approach to ending homelessness. The article was written with alumnus Hadar Sayfan, then a senior research assistant at the Institute, now a Boston University Law School student.

Graff received first place in the Clarion Awards' magazine feature category for her 2007 Columbia Journalism Review article about the media's misleading reporting about women in the workplace.

This is the second time that Graves and Graff received first place awards for each of these stories. 

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