Local Reporting

Kiera Feldman, 29, of The New Republic and The Investigative Fund for "Sexual Assault at God's Harvard," an investigation into Patrick Henry College's mishandling of sexual assault complaints.

National Reporting

Shoshana Walter, 29,and Ryan Gabrielson, 34, of The Center for Investigative Reporting for "Hired Guns," an investigation into the haphazard system of lax laws and weak screening standards for armed security guards.

International Reporting

Matthieu Aikins, 30, of Matter/Medium for "Whoever Saves a Life," a story about the life-saving heroics of Syria's first responders.

Mentoring Young Journalists

The Richard M. Clurman Award for mentoring young journalists honors Tom Brokaw, former anchor and managing editor, "NBC Nightly News" and author of “The Greatest Generation” and “A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir of Hope”

Winner Matthieu Aikins speaks at the Council on Foreign Relations on the danger of war reporting.| watch 

Livingston Awards present an evening with co-winners Shoshana Walter and Ryan Gabrielson. Moderated by David Greene of NPR.| attend event 

Tom Brokaw receives the Richard M. Clurman Award for mentoring | watch


Charles Eisendrath, director of the Knight-Wallace Fellows and Livingston Awards, announces his retirement| see news 

Enter Now

Now accepting entries for 2015 work. The deadline to enter is February 1, 2016. | read more