The author of the winning entry will be awarded the opportunity to travel on a reporting trip as the guest of Nick Kristof.
October 29, - Prizes In Kristof and his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, earned a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for their reporting on the pro-democracy student movement and the related Tiananmen Square protests of They were the first married couple to win a Pulitzer for journalism.
Kristof has also received the George Polk Award and an award from the Overseas Press Club for his reporting which focuses on human rights and environmental issues. Kristof was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in and again in "for his powerful columns that portrayed suffering among the developing world's often forgotten people and stirred action.
Earlier, inU. The last person named to receive the title, two years earlier, was the Dalai Lama. During the trip, Kristof published his New York Times columns while Parks wrote about her observations in her blog. Leana Wen, a medical student at Washington University in St.
During summerthey traveled with Kristof to Rwanda, Burundi, and eastern Congo. In reviewing the film, which was executive produced by Ben Affleck, Entertainment Weekly wrote: Sneaky Soderbergh, and chasing the buzz," Entertainment Weekly, January 21, The Washington Post observed, "Ideally, [Kristof] hopes to teach his companions, who won a contest to travel with him, about the value of witnessing the world's atrocities and scintillating them into stories that will call on people to act.
Which is what Kristof did with his work in Darfur, Sudan: He caused people — from George Clooney on down — to do whatever they can. Smith had never been outside the United States before. InKristof took of Rice University through southern Africa.Nov 17, · The author of the winning entry (the “Winner”) will be awarded the opportunity to travel on a reporting trip as the guest of Nick Kristof.
Participants will be invited to submit essays, which will be voted on and rated by the Contest Entities. Nick Kristof has announced the winners of his Win-A-Trip Contest: the winner in the student category is Saumya Dave who studied writing at Columbia University and medicine at Medical College of Georgia, and the winner of the senior category is Noreen Connolly, a teacher from Newark, N.J.
Winners of Second ‘Trip With Nick Kristof’ Contest Announced New York Times has announced that a Chicago high school teacher and a St. Louis medical student have won the second “Win a Trip With nick Kristof” contest, and will travel with the columnist to Rwanda, Congo and Burundi, with all their expenses covered by the newspaper.
Nov 17, · The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas Kristof invites students to enter a contest for an international reporting trip in I’m delighted to invite university students to apply for my win-a-trip contest.
I’ve been holding these contests since , and taking the winner along with me on a. The New York Times is offering a 10 day learn-to-be-a-journalist trip to Africa with Nicholas Kristof. Enter with a word essay on why this trip would be good for you.
I suggest applicants avoid essays on the thrill of big game hunting. Win-a-Trip with Nick Kristof contest In , The New York Times launched the Win a Trip with Nick Kristof contest, offering a college student the opportunity to win a reporting trip to Africa with Kristof by submitting essays outlining what they intend to accomplish in such a trip.