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Newswise Guide to Journalism Awards, 2006-2007


Last Update: 19-Dec-2006

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Deadline Award Description
(contact sponsor) Science Writing Awards
Two annual awards for outstanding science writing on acoustical science and engineering. One award is for a journalist and the other is for a professional in acoustics. All communication media (print, broadcast, web, etc.) are welcome. Submissions for this year's award should have been published in the previous calendar year.
Prize: $1000 and an award certificate, presented at the ASA Fall meeting.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Institute of Physics
Contact: Ben Stein; 301-209-3091; [email protected]
URL: www.acoustics.org/press/
(contact sponsor) Llewellyn Miller Fund
The Fund gives grants to professional nonfiction writers who are unable to support themselves for reasons of age, disability, or extraordinary professional crisis. Only people in extreme need qualify for grants from the fund. Most grants to non-ASJA members.
Prize: Maximum grant is $3,500
Range:
Sponsor: American Society of Journalists and Authors Charitable Trust
Contact: Katharine Davis Fishman; 212-997-0947; [email protected]
URL: www.asja.org
(contact sponsor) Biodiversity Reporting Award
The Award was launched in 1999 to recognize excellence in print and broadcast environmental coverage in nations in Latin America and Africa.
Prize: Attend the IUCN's World Conservation Congress in Thailand, and runners-up will receive significant cash prizes and training opportunities.
Range:
Sponsor: Conservation International, the International Center for Journalists and the International Federation of Environmental Journalists
Contact: Jim Wyss; 202-912-1327; [email protected]
URL: www.biodiversityreporting.org
(contact sponsor) Medical Media Award of Excellence
Honors outstanding reporting of biomedical and health information in print media, television and radio. Applications are not accepted. Selection is by Committee.
Prize: $500 plus honored at annual dinner
Range:
Sponsor: Friends of the National Library of Medicine
Contact: Alec Stone; 202-462-0992 x17; [email protected]
URL: www.fnlm.org
(contact sponsor) Bradford Washburn Award
Recognizes outstanding contribution toward public understanding and appreciation of science and the important role it plays in our lives. To bring a candidate to the attention of the Prizes and Awards Committee, send information the Museum of Science, Science Park, Boston, MA 02144-1099
Prize: $10,000 and medal
Range:
Sponsor: Museum of Science
Contact: Tamar Sorkin; 617-589-0316; [email protected]
URL: www.mos.org
(contact sponsor) Walker Prize
Recognizes meritorious published scientific investigation and discovery in any scientific field. To bring a candidate to the attention of the Prizes and Awards Committee, send information the Museum of Science, Science Park, Boston, MA 02144-1099.
Prize: $7500
Range:
Sponsor: Museum of Science
Contact: Tamar Sorkin; 617-589-0316; [email protected]
URL: www.mos.org
(contact sponsor) Pirelli INTERNETional Award
Our mission is to promote the spread of scientific and technological culture. This year, the subjects for multimedia submissions are: ENVIRONMENT MULTIMEDIA, for the best multimedia publishing product (Web magazine, article, essay, book.) on the subject of the environment. EDUCATIONAL MULTIMEDIA, for the best multimedia product directed at, or coming from, any educational institution from grade school to university. SPECIAL JUNIOR AWARD, or the best multimedia product, on any of the above subjects, presented by any candidate born after December 31st 1980.
Prize: 80,000 Euros (more than US$65,000) divided amongst the category winners.
Range:
Sponsor: Pirelli
Contact: Marco Farinelli; 39 06 69517610; [email protected]
URL: www.pirelliaward.com
2-Jan Worth Bingham Prize
The Worth Bingham Prize for investigative journalism will be awarded on February 22, 2007 on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of this award. Named for Worth Bingham, a crusading reporter who died in 1966 just on the cusp of a brilliant career, the prestigious $10,000 prize honors newspaper or magazine investigative reporting on stories of national significance where the public interest is being ill-served. Stories must have been published in the 2006 calendar year. These stories may involve state, local or national government, lobbyists or the press itself wherever there exists that "atmosphere of easy tolerance" that Worth Bingham himself once described in his reporting on the nation's capital. The investigative reporting may cover actual violations of the law, rule or code; lax or ineffective administration or enforcement; or activities which, while not specific violations of anything on the statute books, create conflicts of interest, entail excessive secrecy or otherwise raise questions of propriety. Judges are guided by such factors as the reporting enterprise, obstacles overcome in getting information, accuracy, clarity of analysis and writing style, magnitude of the situation, and impact on the public, including any reforms that may have resulted. The winners of the 2006 Worth Bingham Prize were Washington Post reporters, Susan Schmidt, James V. Grimaldi, and R. Jeffrey Smith, for their investigation of the lobbying practices and influence of Jack Abramoff.
Prize: The Worth Bingham Prize will be awarded at the National Press Foundation's 24th Annual Awards Dinner in Washington, DC on February 22, 2007.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Foundation
Contact: Jackie Blumenthal; 202-333-7489
URL: www.worthbinghamprize.org
5-Jan Gene S. Stuart Award
Presented to honor outstanding efforts to enhance public understanding of archaeology, in memory of Gene S. Stuart. The award is given to the most interesting and responsible original story or series about any archaeological topic published in a newspaper with a circulation of at least 25,000.
Prize:
Range:
Sponsor: Society of American Archaeology
Contact: A�ndrea Elyse Messer; [email protected]
7-Jan Broadcast Media Award
Recognizes outstanding reporting and programming on television and cable television that deal with reading and literacy, recognize the value of reading in today's society, and/or promote reading as a lifetime habit. Entries must be oriented toward the general public rather than professionals in reading education, and should be informational, critical, or motivational rather than instructional.
Prize: Awarded at association's annual convention
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: International Reading Association
Contact: Beth Cady; 302-731-1600 x293; [email protected]
URL: www.reading.org
7-Jan Print Media Award
Recognizes outstanding reporting in newspapers, magazines, and wire services about reading and literacy. Entries may include in-depth studies of reading instruction, discussion of research, or ongoing coverage of reading programs in the community. The contest is limited to professional journalists.
Prize: Awarded at association's annual convention
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: International Reading Association
Contact: Beth Cady; 302-731-1600 x293; [email protected]
URL: www.reading.org
7-Jan George Polk Awards for Excellence in Journalism
Awards based on discernment of a news story, resourcefulness and courage in gathering information, and skill in relating the story. Categories vary but customarily given in foreign, national, and local reporting (print and broadcasting), news photography, documentary films, books and criticism. No entry fee.
Prize: Plaque
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Long Island University
Contact: Sidney Offit; 718-780-4046; [email protected]
URL: www.liunet.edu/cwis/bklyn/polk/polk.html
9-Jan Silver Gavel Awards
Recognizes outstanding efforts to foster public understanding of law. Categories: books, magazines, newspapers, theater, radio, television news & documentaries, television drama, film/video, and new media.
Prize: Silver Gavels and Honorable Mention certificates
Range: 1-Oct to 9-Jan
Sponsor: American Bar Association
Contact: Howard Kaplan; 312.988.5738; [email protected]
URL: www.abanet.org/publiced/gavel
9-Jan Awards for Excellence in Technology Journalism
Recognize journalists in business, general and technical journalism who have published the most important and outstanding example of technology journalism during the preceding 15 months. Two categories; one for a general or business audience and one for a trade, technical, industrial or professional publication.
Prize: $1,000
Range: 1-Sep to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
Contact: Jennifer Berman; 212-460-1482; [email protected]
10-Jan APA Journalism Award
Recognizes excellence in coverage of land planning issues by North American (including US terroritories and possessions). Three categories: small newspapers (less than 50,000 circulation), medium-sized newspapers (50,000-100,000 circulation), and large newspapers (more than 100,00 circulation). NO ENTRY FEE.
Prize: An award certificate will be presented. When individuals are cited, a $150 cash prize also will be awarded, to be shared by the recipients.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Planning Association
Contact: Sylvia Lewis; 312-431-9100; [email protected]
URL: www.planning.org/awards/index.htm
10-Jan Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism
Entries are now being accepted for the 2006 Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism, recognizing the best health reporting in nine categories of print, broadcast and online media. The early bird deadline - with a discounted entry fee - is Dec. 8, 2006. The regular deadline is Jan. 10, 2007.
Prize: First-place winners earn $500, complimentary lodging and registration for the AHCJ Conference. All winners receive certificates.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Association of Health Care Journalists
Contact: Charles Ornstein; 213-237-7969; [email protected]
URL: www.healthjournalism.org/contest
12-Jan Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers
The Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers, administered by the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University, recognizes exemplary examples of fairness in news coverage by daily newspapers in the United States.
Prize: $10,000
Range:
Sponsor: Nieman Foundation at Harvard University
Contact: Robert Giles; 617-495-2237; [email protected]
URL: www.nieman.harvard.edu
13-Jan IRE Awards
Honors the best in investigative journalism. Given for stories that show investigative initiative, originality, persistence and importance. Various categories for Newspapers, TV and Other Media; FOI Award; Student Award. Check web site for more details.
Prize: Certificate or Medal; $250 scholarship for Student Award.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. (IRE)
Contact: Carolyn Edds; 573-882-6668; [email protected]
URL: www.ire.org/contest/
13-Jan Tom Renner Award for Crime Reporting
Awarded for the best investigative reporting, whether a single story or a lifetime body of work, in print, broadcast or book form, covering organized crime or other criminal acts. Check web site for more details.
Prize: $500
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. (IRE)
Contact: Carolyn Edds; 573-882-6668; [email protected]
URL: www.ire.org/contest/
14-Jan Peabody/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Excellence in Health and Medical Programming
Programs that receive the Peabody Award and that address topics and issues in medicine and health are eligible for further recognition
Prize: $10,000
Range: 1-Jan to 1-Dec
Sponsor: University of Georgia College of Journalism and Mass Communication and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Contact: Barry Sherman; 706-542-3787; [email protected]
URL: www.peabody.uga.edu
14-Jan Seldon Ring Award for Investigative Reporting
Honors journalists for U.S. newspapers, magazines or wire services who have benefited humanity by their investigative reporting on major problems, difficulties or corruption and which has resulted in corrective action.
Prize: $25,000
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: University of Southern California
Contact: Nancy Ruiz; 213-821-1226
15-Jan Engineering Journalism Awards
Recognizes outstanding reporting of an event or issue that furthers public understanding of engineering. Categories: daily newspapers, other general circulation print media and broadcast television.
Prize: $5000
Range:
Sponsor: American Association of Engineering Societies and Engineering Foundation
Contact: Charles Freiman; 212-705-7835; [email protected]
15-Jan James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism
Recognizes print journalism and editorial cartooning that examine contemporary affairs against clear ideals of social justice and the common good. Stories might scrutinize discrimination, economic injustice, civil liberties or free expression. International social injustice and globalization are of particular current interest. Stories should have appeared in U.S. newspapers, magazines, newsletters or online publications.
Prize: Recognition at Award Ceremony and plaque
Range: 15-Jan (previous year) to 15-Jan (this year)
Sponsor: Department of Film & Media Studies, Hunter College, City University of New York
Contact: Peter Parisi; 212-772-5041; filmmedia.hunter.cuny.edu/aronson
URL: filmmedia.hunter.cuny.edu/aronson
15-Jan Awards for Investigative Reporting
Honors the best investigative journalism. Given for stories that show investigative initiative, originality, persistence and importance. 12 categories: network/syndicated TV programs; top 20 TV markets; stations under top 20 markets; newspapers over 250,000 circulation; newspapers between 250,000 and 100,000; newspapers below 100,000; books; magazines; radio; student print; student broadcast and Renner (below). $40 fee per member's entry and $80 per nonmember entry and $10 per student IRE member and $35 per student nonmember.
Prize: Certificate or Plaque
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE)
Contact: Cory de Vera; 573-882-2042; [email protected]
URL: www.ire.org
15-Jan Renner Award for Crime Reporting
Honors the best in investigative journalism. Given for stories that show investigative initiative, originality, persistence and importance. The categories are: network/syndicated TV programs; top 20 TV markets; stations under top 20 markets; newspapers over 250,000 circulation; newspapers between 250,000 and 100,000; newspapers below 100,000; books; magazines; radio; student print; student broadcast. $40 fee per member's entry and $80 per nonmember entry and $10 per student IRE member and $35 per student nonmember.
Prize: $1,000
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE)
Contact: Cory de Vera; 573-882-2042; [email protected]
15-Jan 2005 Journalistic Award for Reporting Microfinance
IPS is pleased to announce an award for the best print articles about microfinance published in 2005, designated the International Year of Microcredit by the United Nations. Three cash prizes of $1,000 each will be given for the best journalistic articles. The purpose of the award is to encourage media attention for the topic.
Prize: Three cash prizes of 1,000 USD.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: IPS Inter Press Service
Contact: Susan Alexander; 39 06 485 692; [email protected]
URL: www.ips.org/institutional/journalistic_award_2005.shtml
15-Jan George Foster Peabody Award
Recognizes distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by radio and television networks, stations, producing organizations, cable television organizations, and individuals. Selections are made by the Peabody National Advisory Board. $250 entry fee for television; $150 entry fee for radio.
Prize: Peabody Medallion Statuette
Range: 1-Jan to 1-Dec
Sponsor: University of Georgia College of Journalism and Mass Communication
Contact: Barry Sherman; 706-542-3787; [email protected]
URL: www.peabody.uga.edu
16-Jan Neurosurgical Media Awards
The Neurosurgical Media Awards, sponsored by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), recognizes the work of journalists in print, radio, television and the Internet (Web sites, newswire services, online publications) for stories (writing, research and reporting) for the field of neurosurgery.
Prize: $500 cash award, their AANS Excellence in Neurosurgery Reporting Award and recognition and participation in a media panel discussion session held during the AANS Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Range:
Sponsor: American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Contact: Heather Monroe; 847-378-0500; [email protected]
URL: www.neurosurgerytoday.org/media/awards.pdf
17-Jan Fred M. Hechinger Award for Distinguished Education Reporting
Honors the best education reporting in the print and broadcast media. Contestants shall be individuals and not publications, stations, organizations or institutions. Entry fee is $35. This is the grand prize for the best of the 19 winners of the National Awards for Education Reporting.
Prize: $1,000
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: Education Writers Association
Contact: Lisa Walker; 202-452-9830; [email protected]
URL: www.ewa.org
17-Jan National Awards for Education Reporting
Honors the best education reporting in the print and broadcast media. Contestants shall be individuals and not publications, stations, organizations or institutions. Entry fee is $35. Nineteen (19) categories. See Hechinger Award, the grand prize for best of the 19 winners.
Prize: $250 and plaque
Range: 16-Jan to 16-Jan
Sponsor: Education Writers Association
Contact: Lisa Walker; 202-452-9830; [email protected]
URL: www.ewa.org
18-Jan Harry Chapin Media Award
The Media Awards honor print and electronic media for their outstanding coverage that positively impacts hunger, poverty and self-reliance. The Media Awards also honor work that focuses on the causes of hunger and poverty and the forces creating self-reliance. This includes work on economic inequality and insecurity, unemployment, homelessness, domestic and international policies and their reform, community empowerment, sustainable development, food production, agriculture, nutrition and the struggle for land. The Awards cover five media categories: book, newspaper, periodical, photojournalism, and broadcast (Television, Film, and Radio).
Prize: The awards are cash prizes of $1,000-$2,500 in each category.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: World Hunger Year
Contact: Lisa Ann Batitto; 212-629-8850; [email protected]
21-Jan IFJ Journalism for Tolerance Prize
For excellence in journalism combating racism and discrimination. Categories for Print/On-line, Radio and Television. Awarded in five regions: Latin America, Central and Western Africa, Eastern and Southern Africa, South Asia, and South East Asia.
Prize: Each region will have a total pool of Euro 3,000 to award to the winners. Each winner will also receive a certificate of recognition. The winners will also be invited to attend a prize giving ceremony and forum in their region.
Range:
Sponsor: International Federation of Journalists
Contact: Emma Walters; [email protected]
URL: www.ifj.org/hrights/tolerance/prize.html
26-Jan Robert F. Kennedy Award for Coverage of the Disadvantaged
The Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards are presented for outstanding coverage of the disadvantaged. Categories include print, broadcast (television and radio), photography and cartoon. Student awards are also presented.
Prize: Grand Prize: $2000, 1st prize category awards: $1000
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Robert F. Kennedy Memorial.
Contact: Laura H. Gross; 202-463-7575 x225; [email protected]
URL: www.rfkmemorial.org
31-Jan ASM Public Communications Award
The award, now in its tenth year, recognizes outstanding achievement by journalists in the communication of the microbiological sciences to the general public through print and broadcast media. Stories (both individual and in a series) concerning the microbiological sciences appearing in print (newspapers and periodicals only) or broadcast media available to the general public are eligible for nomination. Books and websites are not eligible.
Prize: $2,500, a plaque, and travel expenses to the ASM General Meeting
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Society for Microbiology
Contact: Carrie Patterson; 202-942-9389; [email protected]
URL: www.asm.org/Media/index.asp?bid=2676>www.asm.org/Media/index.asp?bid=2676
31-Jan Osteoporosis Journalism Awards
The IOF Osteoporosis Journalism Awards recognize outstanding print reporting about osteoporosis, with separate awards for general press and medical journalists. Winning entries serve their readers by providing independent, authoritative, accurate and timely information. The Award is organized by the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) and supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Roche-GSK, to promote the awareness and understanding of osteoporosis worldwide.
Prize: Winning journalists will receive cash prizes ranging from USD 5000 to USD 300 and extensive global publicity. In addition, first place winners will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis in Toronto, Canada, June 2006 where the awards will be presented.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: International Osteoporosis Foundation
Contact: Paul Sochaczewski; 41 22 994 01 00; [email protected]
URL: www.osteofound.org/press_centre/journalism_award.html
31-Jan Computer Science Writing Competition 2006/07
Whether you are a professional science writer or someone that enjoys writing about computer science and is unpublished, then the Computer Science Writing Competition 2006/07 is your opportunity to inspire, inform and put the spotlight on computer science. Computer science research impacts on all areas of modern life - from banking to healthcare and commerce to computer games. If you think you could write an article about how computer science research affects our lives then why not enter.
Prize: Computer science writer of the year - �1000, New computer science writer of the year - �1000 (unpublished writers only), One �500 second prize, Five �100 runner-up prizes
Range:
Sponsor: The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, The British Computer Society, The Institute of Engineering and Technology, and The Royal Academy of Engineering
Contact: [email protected] ; [email protected]
URL: www.epsrc.ac.uk/cswriting
1-Feb Livingston Awards For Young Journalists
The Livingston Awards for excellence by professionals under the age of 35 were established in 1980 by the Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation to honor Robert L. Livingston, publisher of the journalism review More. No entry fee.
Prize: Three $10,000 prizes
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation
Contact: Charles Eisendrath; 734-998-7575; [email protected]
URL: www.livawards.org
1-Feb Science-in-Society Journalism Awards
Honoring and encouraging outstanding investigative and interpretive reporting about the sciences and their impact for good and ill.
Prize: $1000 in each of five categories: newspaper, magazine, broadcast, book, and Web.
Range: 1-Jun (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: National Association of Science Writers
Contact: Diane McGurgan; 304-754-5077; [email protected]
URL: nasw.org/society.htm
1-Feb Jesse Laventhol Award for Deadline News Reporting
Recognizes excellence in writing in American and Canadian daily newspapers. Work is judged on language, site style, structure, descriptive power and narrative skill. Nominees must be full-time or part-time staff members of daily newspapers or major news services. All nominations must be made by a ranking editor of the newspaper in which the work appeared.
Prize: $10,000 each for individual and team
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Poynter Institute
Contact: Priscilla Ely; 813-821-9494 x239; [email protected]
1-Feb Awards for excellence for religion coverage in the secular media
Awards for excellence for religion coverage in the secular media Seven awards given annually to encourage excellence in religion reporting in the secular media. First, second, third place receive cash awards and citations (Schachern winners receive citations only). Templeton Reporting Award emphasizes reporting; Templeton Story Award is for single best religion story; Supple Award emphasizes writing skills; Cornell Award given to mid-sized newspapers; Cassels award given to small newspapers; Schachern Awards (small and large categories) given for religion pages/sections; Chandler Award for Student Writer of the Year (student contest deadline is May 1).
Prize: Prize amounts (first-place only shown): Templeton Reporter & Story: $3,500, Supple: $1,000, Chandler: $1,000 (cash and prizes), Cornell: $500, Cassels: $500, Schachern: citation.
Range:
Sponsor: Religion Newswriters Association
Contact: Tiffany Compan; 614-891-9001 x2; [email protected]
URL: www.rna.org
2-Feb James T. Grady - James H. Stack Award for Interperating Chemistry
To recognize, encourage, and stimulate outstanding reporting directly to the public, which materially increases the public's knowledge and understanding of chemistry, chemical engineering, and related fields. A nominee must have made noteworthy presentations through a medium of public communication to increase the American public's understanding of chemistry and chemical progress. This information shall have been disseminated through the press, radio, television, films, the lecture platform, books, or pamphlets for the lay public.
Prize: $3,000, a medallion with a presentation box, and a certificate.
Range:
Sponsor: American Chemical Society (ACS)
Contact: Nancy Blount; 202-872-4580; [email protected]
URL: www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/acsdisplay.html?DOC=awards%5Cgrady-stack.html
2-Feb ASNE Distinguished Writing Awards for Non-deadline Writing
Recognizes excellence in writing in American and Canadian daily newspapers. Work is judged on language, site style, structure, descriptive power and narrative skill. Nominees must be full-time or part-time staff members of daily newspapers or major news services. All nominations must be made by a ranking editor of the newspaper in which the work appeared.
Prize: $2,500
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Poynter Institute
Contact: Priscilla Ely; 813-821-9494 x239; [email protected]
2-Feb ASNE Distinguished Writing Awards for Editorial Writing
Recognizes excellence in writing in American and Canadian daily newspapers. Work is judged on language, site style, structure, descriptive power and narrative skill. Nominees must be full-time or part-time staff members of daily newspapers or major news services. All nominations must be made by a ranking editor of the newspaper in which the work appeared.
Prize: $2,500
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Poynter Institute
Contact: Priscilla Ely; 813-821-9494 x239; [email protected]
2-Feb ASNE Distinguished Writing Awards for Commentary/Column Writing
Recognizes excellence in writing in American and Canadian daily newspapers. Work is judged on language, site style, structure, descriptive power and narrative skill. Nominees must be full-time or part-time staff members of daily newspapers or major news services. All nominations must be made by a ranking editor of the newspaper in which the work appeared.
Prize: $2,500
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Poynter Institute
Contact: Priscilla Ely; 813-821-9494 x239; [email protected]
6-Feb Gerald Loeb Awards
Recognizes U.S. journalists who have made significant contributions to the understanding of business, finance and economic issues. The awards are among the highest honors in the journalism profession and are open to both print and broadcast media.
Prize: $2,000 per category
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: G. and R. Loeb Foundation
Contact: Susan Osa; 310-206-1877; [email protected]
URL: www.anderson.ucla.edu/media/loeb
7-Feb Fryxell Award
Initiated in 1977 to specially recognize interdisciplinary excellence by a distinguished scientist, who need not be an archaeologist but whose research has contributed significantly to American archaeology. Each year the award is based on practice in one of five disciplines: earth sciences, physical sciences, general interdisciplinary studies, zoological sciences, and botanical sciences.
Prize: a citation and a medallion
Range:
Sponsor: Society of American Archaeology
Contact: Elizabeth J. Reitz; [email protected]
URL: www.saa.org/aboutsaa/awards/fryxell.html
15-Feb MS Public Education Awards (PEA)
Founded in 1974, the MS Public Education Awards recognize journalists and editors for outstanding articles or programs about multiple sclerosis, efforts to find its cause and cure, and the people that this devastating disease affects. With at least 400,000 Americans living with MS and someone being newly diagnosed every hour of everyday, multiple sclerosis is a major national health problem. Unfortunately, because of the complexity of the disease is not well understood by the general public, which can lead to fear and confusion about what it means to live with MS. Through the PEA, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society would like to recognize the journalists and editors who bring information about MS to the public and work hard to dispel the myths surrounding the disease.
Prize: The amount that is split among the winning entries is $4,000
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS)
Contact: Annie Hammel; 212-476-0420; [email protected]
URL: www.nationalmssociety.org/pea.asp
16-Feb Michael Kelly Award
The Atlantic Media Company has announced a new journalism award in honor of Michael Kelly, who died last April covering the war in Iraq. The award will recognize a journalist whose work exemplifies a quality that animated Mike Kelly's own career: the fearless expression and pursuit of truth.
Prize: $25,000.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Atlantic Media Co.
Contact: Charles Green; 202-739-8417; [email protected]
URL: kellyaward.com
27-Feb Payne Awards for Ethics in Journalism
Honoring ethical behavior in journalism, the Payne Awards are given to U.S. journalists, college journalism outlets and media organizations that do their work in the face of political or economic pressure. The awards recognize those who build public trust in journalism by their careful attention to ethics. Past winners include the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jay Harris, KOMU-TV8 (Mo.), Paul DeMain and Voice of America. More information is at our website (see below) as is the simple application form.
Prize: All winners are brought to the University of Oregon (Eugene); $1,000 prizes are given to the college/university and professional winners.
Range:
Sponsor: University of Oregon School of Journalism & Communication
Contact: Marilyn Milne; 888-644-7989; [email protected]
URL: jcomm.uoregon.edu/alum/payneawards
28-Feb Awards for Best In-Depth Reporting on Religion
The American Academy of Religion (AAR) honors best in-depth reporting on topics related to religion (broadly defined). Three contests: writing at large news outlets, writing at small news outlets, or opinion writing. Winner of each receives $1,000. Submit five articles published the previous calendar year. Entry fee: $25 per contest. Most judges are current or former journalists. Affiliated with Emory University, the AAR is the world's largest association of academics who research or teach topics related to religion. The AAR neither endorses nor rejects any religious belief or practice.
Prize: $1,000 for first place in each contest
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Academy of Religion
Contact: Susan Snider; 404-727-4725; [email protected]
URL: www.aarweb.org/awards/journalism
28-Feb Global Health Excellence in Media Award
The Global Health Excellence in Media Award is given each year to a journalist (print, electronic, or visual) who has in the prior year most effectively captured the essence of a major issue in global health and conveyed it to a broad audience.
Prize: winners receive recognition of their work at the Global Health Council's Annual Conference.
Range: 28-Feb (previous year) to 27-Feb (this year)
Sponsor: Global Health Council
Contact: Carrie Peterson; 802-649-1340 x2142; [email protected]
URL: www.globalhealth.org/view_top.php3?id=236
28-Feb Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award
The Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award aims to honor annually the most insightful and enterprising reporting on the basic biomedical sciences in print or broadcast journalism during the award year. An independent committee of accomplished science and medical journalists will judge the entries. Employees of The Wistar Institute will have no involvement in the judging process. The award-winning work may be direct reporting on a significant research advance, an exploration of the fundamental science underlying a major news story, the identification of an emerging trend in scientific thinking, or a thoughtful investigation of the research process. Journalism that expresses the same kind of skepticism encouraged by science itself will be given particular attention, as will coverage with the prescience to identify and illuminate the significance of research that may appear, at first glance, to be more limited in scope.
Prize: A certificate and cash prize of $5,000
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Wistar Institute
Contact: Franklin Hoke; 215-898-3716; [email protected]
URL: www.wistar.upenn.edu/news_info/award.html
1-Mar Children's Science Writing Award
For a book, article or booklet intended for children between preschool and fifteen years of age.
Prize: $3,000, an engraved Windsor chair, and a certificate
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: American Institute of Physics
Contact: Lalena Lancaster; 301-209-3096; [email protected]
URL: www.aip.org/aip/writing
1-Mar Broadcast Media Science Writing Award
For a scripted radio or television program shorter than 15 minutes and aired between Jan 1, 2004 and Dec 31, 2005.
Prize: $3,000, an engraved Windsor chair, and a certificate
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: American Institute of Physics
Contact: Lalena Lancaster; 301-209-3096; [email protected]
URL: www.aip.org/aip/writing
1-Mar Science Writing Award to Journalists
To promote effective science communication in print and broadcast media in order to improve the general public's appreciation of physics, astronomy and allied science fields.
Prize: The winning author will recieve a prize of $3,000, an ingraved Windsor chair, and a certificate of recognition. The publisher will recieve a certificate honoring the publication in which the work appeared.
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: American Institute of Physics
Contact: Lalena Lancaster; 301-209-3096; [email protected]
1-Mar Children's Science Writing Award
For a book, article or booklet intended for children between preschool and fifteen years of age.
Prize: $3,000, an engraved Windsor chair, and a certificate
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: American Institute of Physics (AIP)
Contact: Flory Gonzalez; 301-209-3090; [email protected]
URL: www.aip.org/aip/writing
1-Mar Journalism Award
For excellence in reporting on basic biomedical and/or behavioral research that furthers the public's understanding of research and its benefits. Nominations are made by members of AIRI; applications not accepted.
Prize: $1,000 and travel expenses to AIRI annual meeting
Range:
Sponsor: Association of Independent Research Institutes (AIRI)
Contact: Vicki Shambaugh; 808-524-4411; [email protected]
1-Mar Thirteenth Annual Health Care Journalism Award
The award recognizes excellence in health care reporting and writing in the financing and delivery of health care and the impact of health care policy during 2006. There are two categories for the award: (1) health care articles in general circulation publications and (2) health care articles in trade publications. Entry forms can be downloaded at www.nihcm.org.
Prize: $10,000 per category
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Institute for Health Care Management Research and Educational Foundation
Contact: Nancy Chockley; 202-296-4426; [email protected]
URL: www.nihcm.org
1-Mar Annual Southern California Journalism Awards
Awards for Editorial Excellence and Distinction, first published or broadcast in Southern California.
Prize: Award plaque presented at annual dinner in June
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: www.lapressclub.org
Contact: Alex Block ; 323=469-8180; [email protected]
5-Mar Grantham Prize for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment
The Grantham Prize is given for journalism on environment and natural resources produced and distributed in the United States and/or Canada between January 1 and December 31, 2006. Entries must be postmarked no later than March 5, 2007, and sent to the Grantham Prize administrator at Metcalf Institute, URI Graduate School of Oceanography, Narragansett, RI 02882
Prize: $75,000.
Range:
Sponsor: Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting
Contact: Sunshine Menezes; (401) 874-6499; [email protected]
URL: www.granthamprize.org
7-Mar Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency
Recognizing outstanding reporting on the presidency from newspaper magazine and other types of print jounalism.
Prize:
Range:
Sponsor: Gerald R. Ford Foundation
Contact: Richard Holzhausen; 734-741-2218; [email protected]
14-Mar Robert Kozik Award for Environmental Reporting
Recognizes excellence in environmental reporting on a local, national or international level. Print and broadcast compete for one prize.
Prize: $1,000 and medal
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Club
Contact: Office of the General Manager; 202-662-8744; [email protected]
URL: npc.press.org
14-Mar National Press Club Consumer Journalism Awards
Recognizes excellence in reporting on consumer topics. Four categories: newspapers, periodicals, TV, and radio. Underwritten by Eric Friedheim.
Prize: $500 in four categories
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Club
Contact: Office of the General Manager; 202-662-8744; [email protected]
URL: npc.press.org
14-Mar National Press Club Washington Correspondence Awards
Honors the work of reporters who cover Washington for the benefit of the hometown audience. The contest focuses on Washington reporting on events, issues and politics of importance to a city, state or region. Two categories: print and broadcast. Underwritten by Eric Friedheim.
Prize: $1,000 in two categories
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Club
Contact: Office of the General Manager; 202-662-8744; [email protected]
URL: npc.press.org
14-Mar National Press Club Newsletter Journalism Awards
Acknowledges excellence in newsletter journalism. Two categories: the best analytical or interpretive reporting and the best exclusive story. Supported by the National Press Foundation and the Newsletter Publishers Association.
Prize: $1,000 in two categories
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Club
Contact: Office of the General Manager; 202-662-8744; [email protected]
URL: npc.press.org
15-Mar Digital Communications Award
Recognizes excellence in medical communication in digital media. Health-oriented Internet Web sites, Intranet sites, sections of a Web site, CD/ROMs and interactive kiosks. Two categories exist: communications targeted to health professionals and those for non-professionals.
Prize: One year membership dues in the American Medical Writers Assn. (a value of ($95) and framed certificate
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Medical Writers Association
Contact: Elisabeth Caron; 301-493-0003; [email protected]
URL: www.amwa.org
15-Mar Plant Pathology Journalism Award
The Plant Pathology Journalism Award, sponsored by The American Phytopathological Society (APS), recognizes outstanding achievement in increasing public awareness, knowledge, and understanding of plant pathology. Plant pathology is concerned with the improvement of plant health through the identification, prevention, and management of plant diseases.
Prize: The award consists of a $1,000 cash prize, a commemorative plaque, and travel expenses to attend the APS Annual Meeting for presentation of the award.
Range: 30-Nov (previous year) to 15-Mar (this year)
Sponsor: American Phytopathological Society
Contact: Amy Steigman; 651-994-3802; [email protected]
URL: www.apsnet.org/media/press/
15-Mar National Media Awards
Prize:
Range: 16-Mar (previous year) to 15-Mar (this year)
Sponsor: American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons
Contact: Dick Bragaw; 800-842-7777; [email protected]
15-Mar CIT-Rutgers NJ Business Journalism Award New Student Category
The competition and award honors journalists who report and interpret the events of New Jersey's business and financial community. A new student category has been added this year to support and encourage New Jersey college and university students who are planning a career in journalism. Awards will be given to reporters whose articles are chosen as the best in three categories: large-daily publications with circulation of 60,000 and above; small-daily publications with circulation less than 60,000; and non-daily publications. A cash prize of $500 will be given for the best article in a College or University publication. A $500 honorable mention will be available in each media category and $250 honorable mention will be available in the student category, awarded only at the discretion of the judges.
Prize: $2,500, $500, $250
Range:
Sponsor: CIT Group, Inc.
Contact: Deborah DeSotelle; 908-276-4344; [email protected]
15-Mar Mental Health Media Award
Each June, the National Mental Health Association recognizes journalistic excellence in coverage of mental health issues during the prior year. Journalists are eligible for awards for news and feature stories on national and state/local levels in print, broadcast and online media. All entries are judged by a committee of peers.
Prize: Plaque
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Mental Health Association
Contact: Chris Condayan; 703-838-7551; [email protected]
URL: www.nmha.org/mediacenter/index.cfm
15-Mar New Jersey Business Journalism Award
Recognizes reporters whose articles are chosen as the best in three categories:large-daily publications with circulation of 60,000 and above; small-daily publications with circulation less than 60,000; and non-daily publications. Non-daily publications devoted wholly or mainly to business subjects will compete in the large-daily category.
Prize: $2,500
Range:
Sponsor: The CIT Group
Contact: Roger Cohen; 732-932-8567/8568
29-Mar Robert J. Joplin, M.D., Science Writer Award
Recognizes reporters who have contributed to a greater public awareness of foot problems, their prevention and treatment by orthopaedic surgeons with the Robert J. Joplin Science Writers Award. The award is given to both print (newspaper/magazine/online) and broadcast (television/radio) journalists.
Prize: $500 and plaque and travel expenses to the AOFAS annual summer meeting, Traverse City, Michigan.
Range:
Sponsor: American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS)
Contact: Karyn Kubo Lamborn; 800-235-4855; [email protected]
URL: www.aofas.org
31-Mar Fire Fighters Media Awards Contest
Honors news media that best portray the professional and hazardous work of fire fighters in the U.S. and Canada. Six categories: large and small circulation newspapers and magazines, television, radio, and photography for large and small circulation publications.
Prize: $500 first prize and $250 second prize in each of 6 categories
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF)
Contact: George Burke; 202-737-8484; [email protected]
URL: www.nihcm.org
31-Mar Annual Health Care Journalism Award
Recognizes excellence in health care reporting and writing in the financing and delivery of health care and the impact of health care policy. Two categories: 1- health care articles in general circulation publications, 2- health care articles in trade publications.
Prize: $10,000 per category
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Mar
Sponsor: National Institute for Health Care Management Research and Education Foundation
Contact: Kathryn Kushner; 202-296-4426; [email protected]
URL: www.nihcm.org
31-Mar NPC Press Freedom Award
To a Canadian journalist or media worker who has suffered in the cause of press freedom or freedom of expression or whose work has contributed to a better understanding of press freedom issues.
Prize: $C2,000. Awarded at a luncheon on UNESCO's World Press Freedom Day, May 3.
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 31-Mar (this year)
Sponsor: National Press Club of Canada
Contact: Spencer Moore; 613-824-2436; [email protected]
1-Apr Media Award for Excellence in Digestive Health Reporting
Recognizes "in-depth" or feature stories that educate the public about digestive health.
Prize: Statuette and travel expenses to national meeting in San Francisco.
Range:
Sponsor: American Gastroenterological Association
Contact: Maria Chapman; 301-941-2625; [email protected]
1-Apr Jewish Healthcare Foundation Essay Award
Creative Nonfiction seeks hard-hitting, dramatic, insightful essays--true narrative stories about medical mistakes, patient rights, professional responsibility and the communication gap between healthcare providers and the people they serve--for a special issue on healing healthcare.
Prize: ONE $10,000 AWARD will be granted for the best essay.
Range:
Sponsor: Creative Nonfiction
Contact: Leslie Aizenman; 412-688-0304; [email protected]
URL: www.creativenonfiction.org
1-Apr Michael E. DeBakey Journalism Award
The competition is open to all professional journalists. American as well as foreign journalists based in the USA, representing a media organization in another country are eligible to enter. The judging panel will give weight to entries that demonstrate thorough research, accurate reporting, originality, insight and fairness. The work's contribution to public understanding, respect and appreciation for the humane and responsible use of animals in medical and scientific advancement will be carefully considered.
Prize: Each winner will receive a check for $3,000. The judging panel may also designate "honorable mentions" awardees, which confers an award of $1,000.
Range: 31-Mar (previous year) to 31-Mar (this year)
Sponsor: Foundation for Biomedical Research
Contact: David Talbot; 202-457-0654; [email protected]
URL: www.fbresearch.org/journalist/debakey-award.htm
1-Apr SEJ Awards for Reporting on the Environment
To reward excellence in environmental reporting in print, broadcast and online for stories published or aired between March 1, 2005 and Feb. 28, 2006.
Prize: A $1000 prize will be offered in each of nine categories.
Range:
Sponsor: Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ)
Contact: Christine Rigel; 215-884-8177; [email protected]
URL: www.sej.org/contest/index.htm
1-Apr Harry E. Schlenz Medal
Presented to an individual who takes up the banner of water environment public education and presents it to the public in a productive process. The contribution should be in the area of journalism, film or video production, or any other communication endeavor.
Prize: Plaque
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Water Environment Federation
Contact: Florence Smoot; 703-684-2400; [email protected]
URL: www.wef.org/docs/outps.html
2-Apr SAJA Journalism Awards
You don't have to be South Asian to participate. This annual contest -- which honors excellence in coverage of South Asia and South Asians in North America as well as outstanding reporting by South Asian journalists and students in the US and Canada -- has 12 categories, including prizes for print, broadcast, photography, new media and students.
Prize: Plaques
Range: 2-Feb to 2-Apr
Sponsor: South Asian Journalists Association
Contact: Sreenath Sreenivasan; 212-854-5979; [email protected]
URL: www.saja.org/awards.html
4-Apr Iris Molotsky Award for Excellence in Coverage of Higher Education
Given for outstanding analytical and investigative reporting on higher education. The purpose of the award is to recognize and stimulate coverage of higher education nationally and to encourage thoughtful and comprehensive reporting of higher education issues. Entries will be judged on the basis of their relevance to issues confronting higher education.
Prize: Plaque and trip to Washington, DC
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: American Association of University Professors
Contact: Robin Burns; 202-737-5900 x3013; [email protected]
URL: www.aaup.org/aboutaaup/AWARDS.HTM#cover
7-Apr 2006 National Academies Communication Awards
The 2006 National Academies Comunication Awards is awarded to recognizing authors, journalists, and producers who have demonstrated excellence in reporting and communicating science, engineering, and/or medicine to the general public through print, Internet, radio, or television in 2005.
Prize: Three $20,000 prizes will be awarded to a book author; print or online journalist; and a producer or reporter in television or radio. Nominations must be completed online no later than April 7.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Academies Keck Futures Initiative
Contact: Marty Perreault; 949-387-5783; [email protected]
URL: www.keckfutures.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Communication_Awards_Overview
13-Apr National Academies Communication Awards
The National Academies Communication Awards honor individuals who have demonstrated excellence in reporting and communicating science, engineering, and/or medicine to the general public. Awards are given in three categories: book authors; newspaper, magazine, or online journalists; and TV/radio correspondents or producers.
Prize: Three $20,000 prizes
Range: 1-Jun to 5-Jul
Sponsor: National Association of Science Writers
Contact: Diane McGurgan; 304-754-5077; [email protected]
URL: www.keckfutures.org/awards
15-Apr Toni House Journalism Award
The award recognizes outstanding news reporting that enhances public understanding of the courts and/or significantly improves the administration of justice. The award is in memory of Toni House, who devoted her career to explaining the workings of the court system to the public-- first as a journalist and later as the U.S. Supreme Court's public information officer.At the time of her death in 1998, she was a member of the AJS Executive Committee.
Prize:
Range:
Sponsor: American Judicature Society
Contact: Celia Colista; 312-357-8811; [email protected]
URL: www.ajs.org/awards
20-Apr Freedom of the Press Award
Recognizes members of the news media who have, through the publishing or broadcasting of news, promoted or helped to protect the freedom of the press. The two categories are: A U.S. journalist or team that had work published or broadcast in this country. And a foreign journlist or team that had work published or broadcast inhis/her/their home country.
Prize: Certificate
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: National Press Club
Contact: Office of the General Manager; 202-662-8744; [email protected]
URL: npc.press.org
21-Apr Plant Pathology Journalism Award
This award recognizes outstanding achievement in increasing public awareness, knowledge, and understanding of plant pathology. Plant pathology is concerned with the improvement of plant health through the identification, prevention, and management of plant diseases. Eligibility is limited to science writers and journalists of information concerning the science of plant pathology or issues related to plant health appearing in mass media, including print (newspapers and periodicals only) and broadcast media readily available to the general public. Books, websites, and institutionally sponsored publications are not eligible. Individual items and series are both eligible. To apply, submit the following: letter explaining how the work submitted contributes to public awareness, knowledge, and understanding of the science of plant pathology; a statement of when and where the work appeared; and four copies, either published or taped, of the submitted work. All materials must be received by April 21, 2006 for work published or aired in 2005. Submissions should be sent to: Plant Pathology Journalism Award, The American Phytopathological Society, 3340 Pilot Knob Road, St. Paul, MN
Prize: The award consists of a $1,000 cash prize, a commemorative plaque, and travel expenses to attend the APS Annual Meeting for presentation of the award.
Range:
Sponsor:
Contact: Amy Steigman; 651-994-3802; [email protected]
URL: www.apsnet.org/media/PlantPathologyJournalismAward.asp
21-Apr Heart of America National Media Contest
The Heart of America awards recognize talented print and broadcast media professionals who make positive contributions to American women, children and families by informing the public on timely issues, by providing valuable or thought-provoking information or by promoting a better, more positive image of women and children in society. Winners are selected in five categories: television, magazine, newspaper, radio, and electronic media.
Prize: Trip to American Legion Auxiliary National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina to accept the award.
Range:
Sponsor: American Legion Auxiliary
Contact: Mary Ellen Clipp; 317-955-3845; [email protected]
URL: www.legion-aux.org
1-May Kurt Schork Awards in International Journalism
Freelance reporters covering international news and local reporters working in a developing country or nation in transition are eligible to apply. The stories can focus on conflict, human-rights concerns, cross-border issues, or any other issue of controversy in a particular country or region. The prizes were created to honor Kurt Schork, an American freelance journalist who was killed in a military ambush while on assignment for Reuters on May 24, 2000, in Sierra Leone.
Prize: Two $5,000(US) prizes will be awarded for print journalism.
Range:
Sponsor: Kurt Schork Memorial Fund and Reuters
Contact: Lisa Redd; 212-854-6468; [email protected]
URL: www.jrn.columbia.edu/events/schork
13-May Ocean Science Journalism Award
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Ocean Science Journalism Award is given for a body of work that enhances public awareness of, interest in, and understanding of the ocean sciences and was published or broadcast within the last five years.
Prize: The $5,000 cash prize and award
Range:
Sponsor: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Contact: Shelley Dawicki; 508-289-2270; [email protected]
URL: www.whoi.edu/home/news/media_journalism_award.html
15-May Excellence in Urban Journalism Award
The award is intended to encourage and recognize quality reporting on major issues facing the nation's urban areas, particularly inner cities.
Prize: $2,500/Print, including Internet stories $2,500/Televison and Radio
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Enterprise Community Partners & the Freedom Forum
Contact: Karen Burley; 410-772-2737; [email protected]
URL: www.enterprisecommunity.org/infofor/media/urban.asp
31-May Annual Distinguished Journalism Award
Five categories: newspaper, magazine, radio, television and Internet media. The awards recognize journalists who have contributed significantly to the public's understanding of epilepsy--the condition itself, the efforts to find its cause and cure, and the ways in which people with epilepsy and their families cope with the disorder.
Prize: $1000 Travel Expenses to Las Vegas for award presentation.
Range: 1-Jun (previous year) to 31-May (this year)
Sponsor: Epilepsy Foundation
Contact: Peter Van Haverbeke; 301-459-3700 x641; [email protected]
URL: www.epilepsyfoundation.org
1-Jun Annual Media Award
ASA recognizes that if people are informed about the many aspects of anesthesiology and pain medicine, they will be better able to ask specific questions and make informed decisions about their care should they require surgery. The ASA media award is presented each year for a media presentation--broadcast (television and radio), print (newspaper or magazine) or Web based article--that informs and educates the public about the medical specialty of anesthesiology.
Prize: The Media Award winner is honored with a personalized plaque and the opportunity to attend the presentation ceremony during the ASA Annual Meeting. Approved travel expenses will be reimbursed by ASA.
Range:
Sponsor: American Society of Anesthesiologists
Contact: Karen Yetsky; 847-825-5586; [email protected]
URL: www.ASAhq.org
1-Jun Excellence in Journalism Award
Winners of this award will be selected based on how well they promote public understanding of important natural resources issues through accurate and scientifically-based information. Open to any individual, group (two or more collaborating individuals) or organization. Only print media will be considered for the award.
Prize: Crystal award, recognition at RNRF Board of Director's Meeting and in Renewable Resources Journal.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor: Renewable Natural Resources Foundation
Contact: Ryan M. Colker; 301-493-9101; [email protected]
URL: www.rnrf.org
2-Jun Freddie Awards
MediMedia's International Health & Medical Media Awards is open to health and medical videos, films, CD-ROMs, or Web sites which address health or medical issues for both consumers and health care professionals.
Prize: a FREDDIE, bronze statue
Range:
Sponsor: MediMedia
Contact: Lorraine Rother; 650-244-4442; [email protected]
URL: www.thefreddies.com
3-Jun Excellence in Journalism Award
To honor and encourage excellence in print journalism about natural resources. RNRF seeks to advance public education through the dissemination of accurate and scientifically-based information about the environment. The award recognizes work by an individual, group, or organization for print media (such as a book, on-line report, or article/feature in a newspaper, magazine, journal, or newsletter).
Prize: plaque, recognition at RNRF Board of Directors Annual Meeting
Range:
Sponsor:
Contact: Ryan Colker; 301-493-9101; [email protected]
URL: www.rnrf.org
25-Jun PAHO Awards for Excellence in International Health Reporting
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Pan American Health Organization, a hemisphere-wide awards contest has been established to recognize excellence in the coverage of international public health issues. This year the contest is open to all professional journalists who wrie for newspapers throughout the Americas.
Prize: National, US: $1500 Regional: $3000
Range: 1-Jun (previous year) to 30-Mar (this year)
Sponsor: Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
Contact: Louise Harkavy; 202-974-3473; [email protected]
URL: www.paho.org/English/DPI/100/awards.htm
30-Jun Online Journalism Awards
This award honors excellence in online journalism. There are 15 categories from general excellence to online commentary with separate categories for indepedent websites and affiliated websites. Entries come from all over the globe. Please apply.
Prize: Winners receive a plaque and finalists receive a certificate.
Range: 1-May (previous year) to 30-Jun (this year)
Sponsor: Online News Association
Contact: Catherine Viette; 212-854-2130; [email protected]
URL: www.onlinejournalismawards.org
30-Jun Control to Goal Journalist Award
The Control to Goal Journalist Awards are a new international initiative of the Global Partnership for Effective Diabetes Management to recognize journalists who increase awareness of the importance of appropriate diabetes management, including getting people with type 2 diabetes to recommended goals for blood glucose control. Control to Goal Journalist Awards will be given in September 2005 to journalists who have published an outstanding article on the importance of effective diabetes management. The Control to Goal Journalist Awards are open to print and on-line media journalists worldwide, excluding the USA.
Prize: sponsorship to the 41st European Association for the Study of Diabetes Meeting 2005 in Athens (Sept 10-15, 2005) and runners-up will receive sponsorship to a national diabetes conference.
Range:
Sponsor: Porter Novelli
Contact: Jennie Watson; 020 7853 2365; [email protected]
URL: www.diabetespressoffice.com
30-Jun NLGJA's Excellence in Journalism Awards
The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association�s (NLGJA) Excellence in Journalism Awards recognize outstanding coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in print news, print feature, print opinion/editorial, television, radio, online, photojournalism and student journalism. Please visit http://www.nlgja.org/programs/EJA.html for categories, complete rules, category guidelines and to download an application.
Prize: There is a $500 cash award and trophy for first place in all categories except the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for Excellence in LGBT Media. First place in this category receives $1,000. All second and third runners-up receive framed certificates.
Range: 1-Jun (previous year) to 31-May (this year)
Sponsor: The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association�s (NLGJA)
Contact: Tom Avila; 202-588-9888, ext. 17; [email protected]
URL: www.nlgja.org/programs/EJA.html
20-Jul Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism
The Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism provides mid-career journalists with time to reflect on their profession, deepen their understanding of the beats they cover, and work on a project that inspires them. Fellows have six months to devote to a public affairs project of their choice and access to a rich array of classes at The Ohio State University. They work in newly renovated, private offices at The John Glenn Institute for Public Service & Public Policy.
Prize: $20,000 stipend plus excellent benefits, including tuition.
Range:
Sponsor: John Glenn Institute for Public Service & Public Policy
Contact: Betsy Hubbard; 614-247-8845; [email protected]
URL: www.kiplingerprogram.org
30-Jul The Joanie Award
Joan's Legacy is pleased to sponsor the 2005 Joanie Award for exceptional print and broadcast journalism covering the issues, dangers and medical developments about lung cancer. This award is named for Joan Scarangello, a writer and producer for both ABC and NBC News. Joan died at age 47 in 2001 after a valiant nine-month fight with lung cancer. As a non-smoker, Joan was particularly concerned about the lack of research in this area and about the growing numbers of lung cancer patients who never smoked. As such, the foundation is particularly interested in lung cancer affecting non-smokers. It is also interested in stories on innovative research in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.
Prize: $10,000 and the "Joanie" Award Statue
Range: 1-Aug (previous year) to 29-Jul (this year)
Sponsor: Joan's Legacy: The Joan Scarangello Foundation to Conquer Lung Cancer
Contact: Susan Mantel; 212-627-5500; [email protected]
URL: www.joanslegacy.org/joanie_app.html
31-Jul Victor Cohn Prize for Excellence in Medical Science Reporting
Honors a writer for a body of work published or broadcast within the last five years which, for reasons of uncommon clarity, accuracy, breadth of coverage, enterprise, originality, insight and narrative power, has made a lasting contribution to public awareness and understanding of critical advances in medical science and their impact on human health and well-being.
Prize: $3000 and a certificate.
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 30-Jul (this year)
Sponsor: Council for th Advancement of Science Writing (CASW)
Contact: Diane McGurgan; 304-754-5077; [email protected]
URL: www.casw.org
31-Jul Victor Cohn Science & Medical Writing Award
Award for a body of work, within the last 5 years. From someone who has been writing about science and medicine for a long time.
Prize: $3000; the winner must be present at the New Horizons in Science Briefing to accept it. A check and certificate are presented.
Range: 1-Jun to 4-Aug
Sponsor: Council for the Advancement of Science Writing
Contact: Diane McGurgan; 304-754-5077; [email protected]
URL: www.casw.org
1-Aug 2006 AAAS Science Journalism Awards
The AAAS Science Journalism Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement for professional journalists in the science writing field. The awards recognize outstanding reporting for a general audience and honor individuals (rather than institutions, publishers or employers) for their coverage of the sciences, engineering and mathematics. U.S. Categories: Large Newspaper, Small Newspaper, Magazine, Television, Radio, Online. International Category: Children's Science News, distributed via any medium. The awards will be presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting in San Francisco in February 2007.
Prize: The award for each category is $3,000. AAAS will reimburse winners for reasonable travel and hotel expenses. In cases of multiple authors or producers, only one person's travel expenses will be covered.
Range: 1-Jul (previous year) to 30-Jun (this year)
Sponsor: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Contact: Lonnie Shekhtman; 202-326-6440; [email protected]
URL: www.aaas.org/aboutaaas/awards/sja/index.shtml
1-Aug Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism
The Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism honor distinguished coverage of disadvantaged children and families, and the institutions charged with serving them. Award categories include newspapers, magazines, television, radio and photojournalism
Prize: First-place winners receive $1,000.
Range: 1-Jul (previous year) to 30-Jun (this year)
Sponsor: Casey Journalism Center for Children and Families
Contact: Beth Frerking; 301-699-5133; [email protected]
URL: www.casey.umd.edu
1-Aug Award for Distinguished Literary Contributions Furthering Public Understanding of the Profession
The award recognizes outstanding journalistic or other efforts that contribute to the enhancement and expansion of public understanding of the journalism profession in the United States.
Prize: Plaque and invitation to the awards ceremony.
Range:
Sponsor: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Contact: Svetlana Durkovic; 202.785.0017 x8326; [email protected]
URL: www.ieeeusa.org/awards
1-Aug Award for Distinguished Literary Contributions Furthering Engineering Professionalism
The award recognizes those individuals who have made outstanding contributions through their literary efforts to the advancement of the U.S. professional objectives of IEEE.
Prize: Plaque and invitation to the awards ceremony.
Range:
Sponsor: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Contact: Svetlana Durkovic; 202.785.0017 x8326; [email protected]
URL: www.ieeeusa.org/awards
15-Aug Communications Award
Description: The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Communications Award will recognize exceptional achievement in tropical medicine journalism with the potential to educate readers and inform public policy regarding diseases and health conditions specific to poor and underserved populations. The ASTMH Communications Award will honor an individual author (or authors contributing to a body of work) as opposed to an employer, publisher or institution. Eligible entries will include feature-length newspaper articles, magazine articles or series. Articles published solely on-line and broadcast journalism will not be considered at this time. Original research or technical reports, newsletter articles and promotional copy are not eligible for the Award. Any ASTMH member in good standing may nominate a work. Non-ASTMH members who are the authors of eligible works may also self-submit, as may their publications. For the current round of competition, eligible works must have been published in an English-language magazine or newspaper between August 1, 2005, and August 1, 2006.
Prize: ASTMH will award a cash prize of $2,000 to the winner of the ASTMH Communications Award. The 2006 award will be presented at the ASTMH 55th Annual Meeting, to be held November 12-16, 2006, in Atlanta, Ga. Reasonable travel and hotel expenses of the principal author of the award-winning article will also be reimbursed.
Range: 1-Aug (previous year) to 1-Aug (this year)
Sponsor: American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH)
Contact: ASTMH Headquarters; 847-480-9592; [email protected]
URL: www.astmh.org/about/comm_award.cfm
31-Aug Annual National Media Awards Program
Honoring excellence in communication contributing to a better understnading of asthma and allergic diseases. Catagories are: Newspaper, General Interest Magazine, Television and Radio. No entry fee.
Prize: Prize: (1) $1,000 (2) Expense-paid trip to the ACAAI Annual Meeting, Nov. 15-20, San Antonio, Texas, and (3) Engraved plaque.
Range:
Sponsor: American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI)
Contact: Jo Ann Faber; 847-427-1200; [email protected]
URL: www.allergy.mcg.edu
31-Aug Reuters-IUCN Media Awards for Excellence in Environmental Reporting
Reuters-IUCN Media Awards for Excellence in Environmental Reporting, presented jointly by Reuters Foundation and IUCN-- The World Conservation Union, are a worldwide competition aimed at raising global awareness of environmental and sustainable development issues, by encouraging excellence in environmental reporting worldwide.
Prize: The global winner will receive a cash prize of US$5'000
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 15-Aug (this year)
Sponsor: World Conservation Union
Contact: Xenya Cherny; +41 22 999 0127; [email protected]
URL: www.iucn.org/reuters
15-Sep Crime & Communities Media Fellowship
The Fellowship seeks to support dynamic, working journalists and news organizations in order to improve the quality and depth of media coverage of issues related to the issue of incarceration in the US. The program intends, through its awards,to mitigate the time, space and market constraints that often discourage journalists from pursuing in-depth stories. Fellows devote up to one year to research, write, produce and widely disseminate stories that will further the Center's commitment to 1) raise the level of public debate about the use and effects of incarceration, and/or 2) publicize the individual, social and economic challenges for people coming out of prison, their families, and communities.
Prize: Four awards of up to $45,000 in the fields of print, photography and/or radio.One award of up to $30,000 to a local television reporter.
Range:
Sponsor:
Contact: Miriam Porter; 212-548-0146; [email protected]
URL: www.soros.org/crime
15-Sep Howard L. Lewis Achievement Award
All U.S. local and national health and science journalists, in both the print and broadcast fields, are eligible. The award recognizes career achievements of journalists who have documented the considerable progress made in the fight against heart disease and stroke. The award is presented during the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, November 13, in Chicago. Airfare and one night lodging will be provided to the recipients.
Prize: Each award recipient received a $2,000 honorarium and a citation. In addition airfare and one night lodging will be provided to the recipients to attend the AHA's Scientific Sessions.
Range:
Sponsor: American Heart Association
Contact: Brigid Sanner; 214-553-0621; [email protected]
URL: www.americanheart.org
17-Sep Media Awards
The ASA Media Awards are presented annually by the American Society on Aging to journalists whose work has significantly increased general public awareness of aging issues at either the local, regional or national level.
Prize: Complimentary registration and one night's lodging at the Joint Conference. Recognition at a special session at the Joint Conference that highlights the award winners. A program profile included in the Joint Conference program, which will be distributed to 3,500 attendees and posted on the ASA website. Recognition by peers at an awards presentation.
Range: 20-Aug to 17-Sep
Sponsor: American Society on Aging (ASA)
Contact: Anne Marie Smith; 415-974-9639; [email protected]
URL: www.asaging.org/awards/media.cfm
30-Sep George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism
For the best piece of dramatic criticism (article, essay, treatise or book) published during the theatrical year, based on works by authors, critics and reviewers who are U.S. citizens and whose works are published in books, newspapers, magazines or other periodicals, or broadcast on television or radio
Prize: $10,000
Range: 1-Jul (previous year) to 30-Jun (this year)
Sponsor: George Jean Nathan Trust, administered by the Cornell University Department of English
Contact: Harry E. Shaw; 607-255-6801; [email protected]
URL: cornell.edu
6-Oct John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism
The Oakes Award will go to the author(s) of an article or single-topic series on an environmental issue published in the United States. The judges place an exceptional emphasis on original reporting.
Prize: The award and its $5,000 prize will be presented to the winner at a luncheon of the judges in New York City.
Range:
Sponsor: Oakes Fund for Environmental Journalism
Contact: Peggy Alevrontas; 212-727-4518; [email protected]
7-Oct Berryman Award for Editorial Cartoons
In 1989, Florence Berryman, former art critic of the Washington Star, endowed an annual award in memory of her late father and brother, both Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists. The Berryman Award is open to editorial cartoonists of newspapers and magazines for work that exhibits power to influence public opinion, plus good drawing and striking effect.
Prize: $2,500 prize and plaque at the National Press Foundation's Annual Awards Dinner in February 2006 in Washington, D.C.
Range: 1-Sep (previous year) to 1-Sep (this year)
Sponsor: National Press Foundation
Contact: Donna Washington; 202-663-7285; [email protected]
URL: www.nationalpress.org/info-url3520/info-url_list.htm?category=Clifford%20K%2E%20%26%20James%20T%2E%20Berryman%20Award%20for%20Editorial%20Cartoons
7-Oct Dirksen Award for Distinguished Coverage of Congress
The Everett McKinley Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress was created in 1980 in honor of the late Republican Senator from Illinois. The award is intended to recognize individuals whose work shows thoughtful appraisal and insight into the workings of the U.S. Congress.
Prize: $5,000 each are awarded to one print journalist and one broadcast journalist.
Range: 1-Sep (previous year) to 1-Sep (this year)
Sponsor: National Press Foundation
Contact: Donna Washington; 202-663-7285; [email protected]
URL: www.nationalpress.org/info-url3520/info-url_list.htm?category=Everett%20McKinley%20Dirksen%20Awards%20for%20Distinguished%20Reporting%20of%20Congress
7-Oct Excellence in Online Journalism
The intent of the award is to recognize achievement in the rapidly changing field of internet journalism, and encourage others through the example of the winners. The award can be made to a site, an individual, or a specific project.
Prize: $2,500 prize and is presented at the National Press Foundation's Annual Awards Dinner in Washington, DC.
Range: 1-Sep (previous year) to 1-Sep (this year)
Sponsor: National Press Foundation
Contact: Donna Washington; 202-663-7285; [email protected]
URL: www.nationalpress.org/info-url3520/info-url_list.htm?category=Excellence%20in%20Online%20Journalism%20Award
25-Oct Samter Journalism Award
The AAAAI developed the Samter Award program to celebrate and award outstanding medical/health reporting in allergic disease issues. Allergic disorders including asthma, allergies, sinusitis and allergic skin disorders affect 20% of the U.S. population, and the prevalence continues to increase.
Prize: Winners will receive a cash prize of $1000.00
Range: 1-Sep (previous year) to 31-Aug (this year)
Sponsor: American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI)
Contact: John Gardner; 414-272-6071; [email protected]
URL: www.aaaai.org/media/samter_journalism_award
31-Oct Robert T. Morse Writers Award
Recognizes outstanding achievement and excellence in newspaper and magazine coverage of mental illnesses and psychiatric treatment.
Prize: $1,000 and a plaque
Range:
Sponsor: American Psychiatric Association (APA)
Contact: Cecilia Obejero; 202-682-6122; [email protected]
URL: www.psych.org/news_stand/apamediaawards62901.pdf
31-Oct Robert L. Robinson Award
Recognizes outstanding achievement and excellence in radio and t.v media coverage of mental illnesses and psychiatric treatment.
Prize: $1,000 and a plaque
Range:
Sponsor: American Psychiatric Association (APA)
Contact: Cecilia Obejero; 202-682-6122; [email protected]
URL: www.psych.org/news_stand/apamediaawards62901.pdf
1-Nov Goldsmith Investigative Reporting Prize
Encourages more insightful, spirited public debate about government, politics and the press.
Prize: $25,000
Range: 1-Nov (previous year) to 1-Nov (this year)
Sponsor: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Contact: Michele Johnson; 617-495-1329; [email protected]
15-Nov Walter Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism--Features
The Walter Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism - Features recognizes excellence in reporting on the Earth and space sciences, generally produced with deadlines of longer than one week, that explains the background of scientific discoveries or principles.
Prize: Plaque and $2000 stipend
Range: 1-Nov (previous year) to 31-Oct (this year)
Sponsor: American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Contact: Harvey Leifert; 202-777-7507; [email protected]
URL: www.agu.org/sci_soc/sci_awards.html#sullivan
15-Nov David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Journalism--News
The David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Journalism - News recognizes excellence in reporting news of advances in the Earth and space sciences, generally produced under deadline pressure of one week or less.
Prize: Plaque and $2000 stipend
Range: 1-Nov (previous year) to 31-Oct (this year)
Sponsor: American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Contact: Harvey Leifert; 202-777-7507; [email protected]
URL: www.agu.org/sci_soc/sci_awards.html#perlman
30-Nov Award for Excellence in the Reporting of Social Issues
This award honors individuals for their public promotion of sociological findings and a broader vision of sociology. Journalists who have made contributions, through any medium of public communication, that increases the understanding of sociology or the social sciences in general are encouraged to apply.
Prize: travel and lodging to ASA meeting in August
Range:
Sponsor: American Sociological Association
Contact: Lee Herring; 202-383-9005; [email protected]
URL: www.asanet.org/members/2005awardnom.html#Journalist
1-Dec Images of Aging Communications Award
The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry will recognize an author or media professional for his or her compassionate, informative coverage of mental health issues facing the elderly and their families and caregivers. As older Americans are the fastest-growing segment of the population, and mental illness that is not a normal part of aging affects one in five individuals age 55 and older, it is imperative that more resources be devoted to understanding, treating, diagnosing and preventing late-life mental illnesses. The media and writers' role in helping to bring these issues to the forefront is vital. The association will consider articles published in a general-audience newspaper, magazine or online publication; novels, stories, poetry and essays; and radio and television programs. In addition to thoughtful discussion of late-life mental health, preference will be given to written works or programs that address the role of the geriatric psychiatrist.
Prize: awardee will receive a plaque and be honored at the AAGP Annual Meeting
Range: 16-Nov (previous year) to 15-Nov (this year)
Sponsor: American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry
Contact: Kate McDuffie; 301-654-7850 x113; [email protected]
URL: www.AAGPmeeting.org
17-Dec Media Awards
Recognizes outstanding reporting on research in biology in two categories: print and broadcast. Books and articles in technical journals are not eligible. Entries will be judged on the basis of clarity, reporting and writing skills, originality, and appeal to the general public.
Prize: Winners will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to attend the awards ceremony in Washington, DC
Range:
Sponsor: American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS)
Contact: Casey Krol; 202-628-1500 x261; [email protected]
URL: www.aibs.org
23-Dec Journalism Fellowship Award
The American Academy of Neurology offers an annual journalism fellowship award that honors excellence in medical/health reporting (print or broadcast). In addition to the award, the fellowship provides an in-depth look at the latest advances in research and treatment options in neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, migraine, MS, Parkinson's disease, and stroke.
Prize: Fellowship recipients receive airfare and hotel with a five-night maximum stay while attending the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting.
Range: 1-Jan (previous year) to 22-Dec (this year)
Sponsor: American Academy of Neurology
Contact: Marilee Reu; 651-695-2789; [email protected]
URL: www.aan.com/press/journalism/index.cfm
31-Dec Media Excellence Awards
This year, as in years past, we are offering the Endometriosis Association Media Excellence Awards. Five categories; daily and weekly newspapers, broadcast (radio and TV) news, magazines, medical or scientific, and internet or online. The award was established to encourage factual news media coverage that helps increase the diagnosis, treatment, and/or research of endometriosis, a serious chronic disease. All journalists who have published or produced a story, or have received acceptance for a submitted piece, about endometriosis are encouraged to participate.
Prize: One $1,000 cash award will be presented for the best submission on endometriosis in each of five categories; daily and weekly newspapers, broadcast (radio and TV) news, magazines, medical or scientific, and internet or online.
Range: 1-Jan to 31-Dec
Sponsor:
Contact: Brenda Quinn; 414-355-2200; [email protected]
URL: www.endometriosisassn.org/media.html


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