Awards

The Center for Public Integrity has earned some of the highest honors in journalism for its investigative reporting, data journalism and design, among other categories. Browse through the collection by clicking on award category links.

For more information, contact: media@publicintegrity.org

Pulitzer Prize
Gerald Loeb Awards
George Polk Awards
Emmy Awards
National Headliner Awards
Edward R. Murrow National Awards
Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards
Radio Television Digital News Association Kaleidoscope Awards
National Press Foundation
Investigative Reporters and Editors
Livingston Awards for Young Journalists
SABEW Best in Business Awards
Association of Health Care Journalists Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism
Editor & Publisher EPPY Awards
Associated Press Media Editors Awards
Society of News Design Award
Scripps Howard
Online News Association Online Journalism Award
Online News Association and the USC Annenberg School for Communication
Society of Environmental Journalists
Education Writers Association National Awards for Education Reporting, Data Journalism
National Association of Science Writers Science in Society Award
Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on National Defense — Honorable mention
Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Awards
Society of Professional Journalists Sunshine Award
Society of Professional Journalists D.C. Pro Chapter
New York City Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
American Society of News Editors
Crawley Award
Overseas Press Club
TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting
Barlett & Steele Award for Investigative Journalism
Datanami Awards, Editor’s Choice for Top Big Data Achievement
CWLA Anna Quindlen Award for Excellence in Journalism on Behalf and Children and Families
New York Press Club Gold Keyboard
Accolade Global Film Competition Awards
National Press Club Award
National Association of Real Estate Editors
Webby Award
National Association of Black Journalists
Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award, Columbia University
Columbia University Press’s Best Business Writing 2012
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism
Global Editors’ Network Data Journalism Awards
South Carolina Press Association
Walkley Awards
Peter Lisagor Awards
New York State Society of CPAs’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Awards
American Bar Association Silver Gavel Awards
Philip Meyer Journalism Award for Social Science Reporting
NIHCM Foundation Health Care Print Journalism Award
American Judges Association
Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism
Knight-Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism
Heywood Broun Award of Distinction
Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting
The Joan Shorenstein Center on The Press, Politics and Public Policy
The James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism
Upton Sinclair Memorial Award
SNDE Malofiej Info Graphics Awards
European Press Prize, Short List
One World Media Awards, Long List
Casey Medal
AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards
The Sidney Hillman Foundation August Sidney Award
Karpoor Chandra Kulish (KCK) International Award for Excellence in Print Journalism
Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights
Ridenhour Book Prize
Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
Pen USA
Project Censored Award for Top 25 Censored News Stories (Sonoma State University)
CapitolBeat: Association of Capitol Reporters and Editors
Green Eyeshade Award



Pulitzer Prize

Honoring excellence in journalism and the arts since 1917

2016

The Panama Papers

Category: Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting — Winner
Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting — Finalist

The Panama Papers series illuminated offshore tax havens and shook up politicians around the world. 

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2014

Category: Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting

Breathless and Burdened

Awarded to Chris Hanby for his reports on how some lawyers and doctors rigged a system to deny benefits to coal miners stricken with black lung disease, resulting in remedial legislative efforts.



Gerald Loeb Awards

 (PRNewsfoto/UCLA Anderson School of Management)

The Gerald Loeb Awards were established in 1957 by the late Gerald Loeb, a founding partner of E.F. Hutton. Loeb created the awards to encourage and support reporting on business and finance that would inform and protect the private investor and the general public. 

2016

Drinks, dinners, junkets and jobs: how the insurance industry courts state commissioners

Category: Personal Finance — Finalist

Reported by Michael J. Mishak and Ben Wieder. The pieces were edited by Kytja Weir.

2014

Interactive graphics portfolio

Category: Images/Visuals – Finalist

By Chris Zubak-Skees

Florida’s Foreclosure Crisis

Category: Personal Finance — Finalist

Reported by Alison Fitzgerald with Jared Bennett.

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Category: Investigative – Finalist

Time is Money was reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners was reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: Explanatory – Finalist

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire. 

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law andmedicine

Category: Investigative Reporting

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

2012

Hard Labor

Category: Gerald Loeb Award finalist

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene

2011

Green Energy: Contracts, Connections and the Collapse of Solyndra

Category: Online Enterprise Reporting – Finalist
Broadcast Enterprise Reporting – Finalist

By Ronnie Greene, in partnership with ABC News



George Polk Award

The George Polk awards are conferred annually to honor special achievement in journalism. Winners are chosen from newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online news organizations. Judges place a premium on investigative work that is original, requires digging and resourcefulness, and brings results.

 2016

Panama Papers

Category: Financial Reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director:Gerard Ryle.

2014

Luxembourg Leaks

Category: Business Reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

China Leaks

Category: Business Reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2013

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze 

Category: Business Reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2013

After the Meltdown

Category: Business Reporting

Written by Alison Fitzgerald, Dan Wagner, Lauren Kyger and John Dunbar. Edited by John Dunbar and Alison Fitzgerald.

2003

Windfalls of War

Category: Internet Reporting

Maud S. Beelman, André Verlöy, Bill Allison, Teo Furtado, Kevin Baron, NeilGordon, Laura Peterson, Daniel Politi, Bob Williams, Brooke Williams, Aron Pilhofer, Han Nguyen 



Emmy Award

The Emmy Awards recognize excellence within various areas of television and emerging media.

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

Category: Emmy Award for National News & Documentary, nominee

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

2011

Green Energy: Contracts, Connections and the Collapse of Solyndra

By Ronnie Greene, in partnership with ABC News



National Headliner Award

Founded in 1934 by the Press Club of Atlantic City, the National Headliner Awards program is one of the oldest and largest annual contests recognizing journalistic merit in the communications industry.

The first National Headliner Awards were presented in 1935.  Since then, more than 2,600 Headliner medallions have been presented to outstanding writers, photographers, daily newspapers, magazines, graphic artists, radio and television stations and networks, and news syndicates.

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Online Investigative Reporting

Reported by Peter Cary, Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith. Designed by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Smith.

#CitizenSleuth

Category: Social Media

Reported and produced by Dave Levinthal, Christina Wilkie, Carrie Levine and Chris Zubak-Skees from the Center for Public Integrity and Amy Walters of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

Carbon Wars

Category: Online Beat Coverage – Third Place

Buying of the President

Category: Political Blog

Reported by Dave Levinthal, Carrie Levine and Chris Zubak-Skees.

2016

Panama Papers

National Headliner Award Best of Show: Online

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Panama Papers

Category: News series in daily newspapers with daily circulation over 100,000

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.



Edward R. Murrow National Awards

Federal Politics Editor Dave Levinthal accepts the Edward R. Murrow National Award for #CitizenSleuth.

Since 1971, RTDNA has been honoring outstanding achievements in broadcast and digital journalism with the Edward R. Murrow Awards. Among the most prestigious in news, the Murrow Awards recognize local and national news stories that uphold the RTDNA Code of Ethics, demonstrate technical expertise and exemplify the importance and impact of journalism as a service to the community. Murrow Award winning work demonstrates the excellence that Edward R. Murrow made a standard for the broadcast news profession. 

2017

Citizen Sleuth

Category: Excellence in Social Media from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Digital News Organization)

Excellence in Innovation from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Radio Network)

Carbon Wars

Category: Continuing Coverage from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Digital News Organization)

Reported by Jie Jenny Zou, Michael J. Mishak, Jamie Smith Hopkins, Kristen Lombardi, Jim Morris, Chris Young for the Center for Public Integrity and Sasha Khokha of KQED and Tom Dart of The Guardian. Edited by Morris.

2013

Hard Labor: Grain bin deaths

Written by Jim Morris and Howard Berkes of NPR.

2005

Center for Public Integrity website

Category: Edward R. Murrow Award for Website (Non-Broadcast Affiliated, Small Market)

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff



Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards

2019

Fatal Flaws

Category: Small Market Radio

Reported by Jim Morris, in partnership with the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and Ohio Valley ReSource

2017

Death in the Trench

Category: Feature Reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Digital News Organization)

Reported by Jim Morris. Designed by Chris Zubak-Skees.

Raised Hands

Category: Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for Excellence in Video from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Digital News Organization)

Reporting by Susan Ferriss and Eleanor Bell Fox. Video by Bell Fox.

How Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Threatens the Dairy Boom in Idaho

Category: Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for Investigative Reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Market Radio)

Reported by the Center for Public Integrity’s Susan Ferriss and Boise State Public Radio’s Tom Michael.

Gas Rush

Category: Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for Investigative Reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small Market Radio)

Reported by WITF’s StateImpact Pennsylvania reporter Marie Cusick and the Center for Public Integrity’s Kristen Lombardi and Jamie Smith Hopkins. Produced by WITF in partnership with the Center for Public Integrity.

2016

Unraveling Zero Tolerance

Category: Continuing Coverage from the Radio Television Digital News Association (Small)

Reported by Susan Ferriss and Retro Report.



Radio Television Digital News Association Kaleidoscope Award

The Kaleidoscope Awards were developed as part of RTDNA’s commitment to achieve diversity in the newsroom through developing news content and editorial staffs that reflect the changing face of communities. The purpose of the award is to encourage and showcase journalistic excellence in covering issues of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity. It is presented annually to news organizations that show an ongoing commitment to covering the diversity of the communities they serve.

2019

Abandoned in America

Reported by Suhauna Hussain, Ashley Balcerzak, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Lateshia Beachum and Sarah Kleiner

2016

Environmental Justice, Denied

Category: Kaleidoscope Award for Diversity Coverage

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.

Criminalizing Kids

Kaleidoscope Award for excellence in coverage of race, ethnicity and gender for “Criminalizing Kids.”

Written by Susan Ferriss. Data visualization by Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Gordon Witkin. With Reveal Radio.



National Press Foundation

(National Press Foundation)

Each year, the National Press Foundation recognizes the best in American journalism across eleven award categories. These prestigious and highly coveted awards go to journalists across the media spectrum.

2016

Carbon Wars

Category: Thomas L. Stokes Award for Best Energy Writing

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: National Press Foundation Stokes Award

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

2011

Fueling Fears & Worker Safety coverage

Category: Thomas Stokes Award for Energy Reporting, National Press Foundation

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby

2007

The Center for Public Integrity

Category: Excellence in Online Journalism

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff



Investigative Reporters and Editors

An IRE Medal for CNN sits on the awards table waiting to be handed out to the winners for their story “Benghazi: US Consulate Attack”

The IRE Awards is the annual contest of Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. recognizing the best in investigative reporting by print, broadcast and online media.

2016

Category: Investigative Reporters and Editors’ Gannett Award For Innovation in Watchdog Journalism
Investigative Reporters and Editors’ Innovation In Investigative Journalism Award (Large)

Panama Papers

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director:Gerard Ryle.

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: Multiplatform, Large — Finalist

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimateNews and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire. 

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Category: Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Finalist

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze 

Category: Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Awards, Winner, Multiplatform — Large
Investigative Reporters & Editors, Finalist, Print/Online — Large

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Category: Investigative Reporters and Editors, Finalist, with NPR

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.

Hard Labor on black lung, with NPR

IRE Finalist

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic air, neglected communities

Investigative Reporters and Editors Finalist

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

2010

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

Category: Partnership/Collaboration Category, First Place

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and the BBC International News: Jim Morris, Steve Bradshaw, Ana Avila, Murali Krishnan, Roman Shleynov, Scilla Alecci, Te-Ping Chen, Dan Ettinger, Carlos Eduardo Huertas, Shantanu Guha Ray, Marcelo Soares, Abhishek Upadhyay, David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, and Anne Koch

Looting the Seas:  How Overfishing, Fraud and Negligence Plundered the Majestic Bluefin Tuna

Category: Tom Renner Award

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: Marina Walker Guevara, Kate Willson, David Donald, Marcos Garcia Rey, Jean-Pierre Canet,Scilla Alecci, Brigitte Alfter, Martin Foster, Fred Laurin, Miranda Patrucic, Traver Riggins, Leo Sisti, Gul Tuysuz, David E. Kaplan, Steve Bradshaw, BrunoSorrentino, Jenny Richards and Davina Rodrigues

2008

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes

Category: Tom Renner Award for detailing global organized crime in tobacco smuggling, First Place

David E. Kaplan (United States), Marina Walker Guevara (United States), Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Cristian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States), of The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and The Center forPublic Integrity

Over the Limit: Top Utility TXU and the Dirty Air of Texas

Category: Local-Circulation Weeklies: the Center for Public Integrity and Fort Worth Weekly, First Place

Joaquin Sapien and Ben Welsh

2007

Collateral Damage: Human Rights and U.S. Military Aid after 9/11

Category: Winner, IRE Award (Online)

Nathaniel Heller, Ben Welsh, Marina Walker Guevara, Tom Stites, Sarah Fort, Patrick Kiger, Michael Bilton, Prangtip Daorueng, Ignacio Gomez, Andreas Harsono, Alain Lallemand, Yossi Melman, Mutegi Njau, Paul Radu, Gerardo Reyes, Leo Sisti

2007

Power Trips

Category: Online, Finalist

Jim Morris, Helena Bengtsson, Daniel Lathrop, Robert Brodsky, Marina Walker Guevara, Alex Knott, Anupama Narayanswamy, Kevin Bogardus

2004

Outsourcing the Pentagon: Larry Makinson, Elizabeth Brown, Dan Guttman, M. Asif Ismail, Alex Knott

Category: Online Certificate

The Politics of Oil

Category: Finalist, Online

Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Laura Peterson, Paul Radu, Daniel Lathrop, Teo Furtado, Aron Pilhofer 

2003

The Water Barons

Category: Online Certificate

William Marsden, Maud Beelman, Bill Allison, Erika Hobbs, Daniel Politi, AronPilhofer, André Verlöy, Laura Peterson, Samiya Edwards

Category: Finalist, Online

Well Connected: John Dunbar, Bob Williams, Morgan Jindrich, Scott Singleton 

Category: Finalist, Online

Enron’s Big Political Donors,” John Dunbar, Robert Moore, MaryJo Sylwester

Category: Finalist, Online

2001

Tobacco Companies Linked to Criminal Organizations in Lucrative Cigarette Smuggling

Category: Online, Finalist

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Maud S. Beelman, Bill Birmbauer, Duncan Campbell, William Marsden, Erik Schelzig, Leo Sisti

2000

The Buying of the President

Category: Finalist, Books

Charles Lewis, the Center staff

Our Private Legislatures — Public Service, Personal Gain: Diane Renzulli, Meleah Rush, John Dunbar, Alex Knott, Robert Moore, Ken Vogel

Category: Winner, Online Certificate

“Money, Influence and Integrity in the 2000 Election Year,” the Center staff

Category: Online, IRE Certificate

1999

Animal Underworld: Inside America’s Black Market for Rare and Exotic Species,” Alan Green, The Center for Public Integrity. 

Category: Certificate, Books

U.S. Support for Tobacco Overseas: Going Out of Business?“ Maud S. Beelman, Zoë Davidson

Category: Finalist, Online, Special Citation


1998

The Buying of Congress: How Special Interests Have Stolen Your Right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness,” by Charles Lewis and much of his staff from the Center for Public Integrity(Avon Books).

Category: Books, Finalist



Livingston Awards for Young Journalists

2017

United States of Petroleum

Category: National — Finalist

Reported by Jie Jenny Zou and Chris Young. Edited by Jim Morris.

America’s biggest greenhouse-gas polluter, and the place that relies on it

Category: Deadline Award for Multimedia, Interactive Graphics, and Animation — Finalist

Reported by Elizabeth Hernandez of the Center and Eric Chaney of The Weather Channel. Jamie Smith Hopkins contributed. Edited by Jim Morris. Part of the “United States of Climate Change” project by The Weather Channel Digital with InsideClimate News, Food & Environment Reporting Network, Investigate West, The Marshall Project, The Lens, Center for Public Integrity, Honolulu Civil Beat and Louisville Public Media.



SABEW Best in Business Awards

2019

The NBA and MLB quietly hustle for a cut of the sports betting jackpot

Category: Media/Entertainment; Small

Reported by Rui Kaneya. Edited by Kytja Weir and Gordon Witkin

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Health/Science Award (Small) — Finalist

Carbon Wars

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Explanatory Award (Small) — Finalist

The Invisible Hazard Afflicting Thousands of Schools

Category: Health/Science Award (Medium) — Finalist

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins for the Center of Public Integrity and Eric Sagara of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees and edited by Jim Morris from the Center for Public Integrity. A companion audio piece was produced by Fernanda Camarena, Amy Walters, Ike Sriskandarajah and Sagara of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

Saving face: Facebook wants access without rules

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Technology Award (Small)

Reported by Jared Bennett and edited by Allan Holmes.

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Banking/Finance Award (Large)

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Panama Papers

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Investigative Award — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Access to Broadband

Category: Technology Award (Small)

Reported and written by Allan Holmes with data reporting and visualizations by Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees. A companion video was produced by Eleanor Bell Fox. Gordon Witkin edited the package.

The Misinformation Industry

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers International Award (Small)

Reported by Erin Quinn. Edited by John Dunbar and Dave Levinthal.

2015

The Mobile-Home Trap

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Business Awards, Print, Daily Newspapers, Investigations, Division 2

Reported by Dan Wagner with Mike Baker and James Neff of The Seattle Times. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Evicted and Abandoned: the World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Business Awards, International, Investigative — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with the Huffington Post and media partners. Project Manager: Michael Hudson. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Unequal Risk

Category: Digital, Explanatory, Divison 1 — Finalist

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins, Maryam Jameel, Sandra Bartlett. Edited by Jim Morris.

Hedge Funds Get Cheap Homes, Homeowners Get the Boot

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers, Personal Finance — Finalist

Reported by Jared Bennett. Graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees and Yue Qiu. Edited by John Dunbar

2014

Luxembourg Leaks

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers International Explanatory Award — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle

Florida’s Foreclosure Crisis

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Business Real Estate Award — Finalist

Reported by Alison Fitzgerald with Jared Bennett.

China Leaks

International Explanatory Award — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers awards, 1st Place Digital Investigative reporting

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers awards, Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Category: Society of American Business Editors and Writers “Best in Business”

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed. The Report has been recognized by:

2011

Great Mortgage Cover-Up By Michael Hudson

Category: The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, “Best-in-Business” Award



Association of Health Care Journalists Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism

2018

Fatal Flaws
Consumer/Feature (large)

Reported by Jim Morris, in partnership with the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and Ohio Valley ReSource

2016

Politics of Pain

Category: Health Policy (Large)

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.

Drinks, dinners, junkets and jobs: how the insurance industry courts state commissioners

Category: Business Reporting, 2nd Place 

Reported by Michael J. Mishak and Ben Wieder. The pieces wereedited by Kytja Weir.

The Medicare Advantage Money Grab

Category: Association of Health Care Journalists Awards, Business Reporting (Large), 2nd place

Reported by Fred Schulte, data analysis by David Donald, Erin Durkin, and data

2015

The Medicare Advantage Money Grab

Category: Association of Health Care Journalists Awards, Business Reporting (Large), 2nd place 


Reported by Fred Schulte, data analysis by David Donald, Erin Durkin, and data

2014

Big Oil, BadAir: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: Investigative Reporting (Large)

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer o fInsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digitalproduction by Sarah Whitmire. 

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Category: Association of Health Care Journalists Award, 2nd Place Health Policy
By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

2010

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes

Category:  Multimedia Category, First Place

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists — David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Christian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States).

2008

Perils of the New Pesticides: M.B. Pell, Jim Morris, Jillian Olsen
Category: Online Category, First Place


2007

Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy: Alex Knott, Kevin Bogardus, Anupama Narayanswamy, Joaquin Sapien, Helena Bengtsson, Richard Mullins, Ben Welsh, Tom DeCesar, Sarah Laskow, Devin Varsalona

Category: Trade/Online Journals/Newsletters Category, First Place

Divine Intervention:U.S. AIDS Policy Abroad

Category: Trade/Online Journals/Newsletters Category, First Place
Wendell Rawls, Marina Walker Guevara, Sarah Fort, M. Asif Ismail, Sheetal Doshi



Editor & Publisher EPPY Awards

2018:

Wireless Wars: The Fight Over 5G

Category: Best Business Reporting with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Allan Holmes. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

Swamp Watch

Category: Best News/Political Blog with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Dave Levinthal, Sarah Kleiner, Carrie Levine, Ashley Balcerzak, Ryan Barwick, Lateshia Beachum, Jared Bennett, Fatima Bhojani, John Dunbar, Susan Ferriss, Allan Holmes, Maryam Jameel, Rui Kaneya, Rachel Leven, Kristen Lombardi, Patrick Malone, Jim Morris, R. Jeffrey Smith, Jamie Smith Hopkins, Kytja Weir and Jie Jenny Zou. Designed by Chris Zubak-Skees and Sameea Kamal. Edited by Levinthal, Dunbar and Gordon Witkin.

Medicaid, Under the Influence

Category: Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Feature with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over — Finalist

Reported by Liz Essley Whyte and Joe Yerardi from the Center for Public Integrity and Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak from NPR. Graphics by Julia Donheiser. Edited by the Center’s Kytja Weir and Chris Zubak-Skees and NPR’s Joe Neel, Scott Hensley and Meredith Rizzo.

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Best News or Event Feature with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Peter Cary, Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith. Designed by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Smith.

Citizen Sleuth

Category: Best Use of Social Media/Crowd Sourcing with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Carbon Wars

Category: Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Conflicted Interests

Category: Best Community Service with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over — Finalist

Reported by Liz Essley Whyte, Joe Yerardi, David Jordan, Kristian Hernández, Ben Wieder, Michael J. Mishak, Iuliia Alieva, Kytja Weir for the Center for Public Integrity and Ryan J. Foley for The Associated Press. Interactive library produced by the Center’s Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Weir and Tom Verdin of the Associated Press.

America’s biggest greenhouse-gas polluter, and the place that relies on it

Category: Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Feature with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over

Reported by Elizabeth Hernandez of the Center and Eric Chaney of The Weather Channel. Jamie Smith Hopkins contributed. Edited by Jim Morris. Part of the “United States of Climate Change” project by The Weather Channel Digital with InsideClimate News, Food & Environment Reporting Network, InvestigateWest, The Marshall Project, The Lens, Center for Public Integrity, Honolulu Civil Beat and Louisville Public Media.

Veterans charity raises millions to help those who’ve served. But telemarketers are pocketing most of it

Category: Best Community Service with under 1 million unique monthly visitors— Finalist

Reported by Sarah Kleiner and edited by Dave Levinthal.

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Politics of Pain

Category: Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.

Carbon Wars

Category: Best Community Service on a Media-Affiliated Website with under 1 million unique monthly visitors and over
Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature on a Website with under 1 million unique monthly visitors — Finalist

 

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

The Misinformation Industry

Category: Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature — Finalist

Reported by Erin Quinn. Edited by John Dunbar and Dave Levinthal.

Buying of the President 2016

Category: Best News/Political Blog with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Lateshia Beachum, Michael Beckel, Jared Bennett, Sasha Chavkin, Michael Hudson, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal and Rachael Seeley Flores. Visuals by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Levinthal, Gordon Witkin and John Dunbar.

Journalists Shower Hillary Clinton with Campaign Cash

Category: Best News or Event Feature with under 1 million unique monthly visitors — Finalist

Reported by Dave Levinthal and Michael Beckel. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

Tracking TV ads in the 2016 state races

Category: Best Use of Data/Infographics with under 1 million unique monthly visitors — Finalist

Graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees. Data by Ben Wieder.

2015

Environmental Justice, Denied

Category: Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature on a Website with under 1 million unique monthly visitors — Finalist

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.

Criminalizing Kids

Category: Best Community Service on a Media-Affiliated Website with 1 million unique monthly visitors and over

Written by Susan Ferriss. Data visualization by Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Gordon Witkin. With Reveal Radio.

Politics Coverage

Category: Best News/Political Blog — Finalist

Reported by Rachel Baye, Michael Beckel, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder, Chris Young, Cady Zuvich and Erin Quinn. Edited by John Dunbar, Kytja Weir, Gordon Witkin and Levinthal.

Swiss Leaks

Category: Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with Le Monde, The Guardian and 64 media partners. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2015

Fatal Extraction: Australian Mining in Africa

Category: Best Innovation Project with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Will Fitzgibbon and Eleanor Bell. Design and development by Chris Zubak-Skees. Multimedia by Eleanor Bell. Data reporting by Cécile Schilis-Gallego. Additional editing by Suzana Gashi. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous

2014

Who’s Trying to Influence Your Vote? Tracking TV Ad Wars in the 2014 Election

Category: Best Use of Data/Infographics with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Written by Rachel Baye, Michael Beckel, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Reity O’Brien, Ben Wieder and Kytja Weir. Data-driven apps by Chris Zubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Kytja Weir, Dave Levinthal and John Dunbar.

The Center for Public Integrity’s website: www.publicintegrity.org

Category: Best News Website with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Produced by the Center’s digital staff: multimedia editor Eleanor Bell, digital editor Jared Bennett, engagement analyst Emily Dufton, web developer Erik Lincoln, engagement editor Sarah Whitmire, news developer Chris Zubak-Skees and Chief Digital Officer Kimberley Porteous

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature on a Website (tied with Post and Courier)

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

China Leaks

 

Category: Best Online Infographics on a Website, China Leaks interactive (produced by Chris Zubak-Skees)

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Consider the Source and Primary Source

Category: Best News/Political Blog with under 1 million unique monthly visitors

Reported by Dave Levinthal, Michael Beckel, Julie Patel and Adam Wollner. Edited by John Dunbar and Levinthal.



Associated Press Media Editors Awards

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Public Service (medium newsroom)
Investigative Reporting (small newsroom)



Society of News Design Award

2019

Category: Website design
Bronze Award

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Best of Digital Design, Features: Single subject project category

2015

Information graphics portfolio

Category: Best of Digital Design 

Work by Chris Zubak-Skees, Yue Qiu and Erik Lincoln.

Information graphics portfolio

Category: Best of Digital Design
Work by Yue Qiu



Scripps Howard

2016

Panama Papers

Category: William Brewster Styles Award for Business/Economics Reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2015

Capitol Gains

Category: Community Journalism — Finalist

Reported by Rachel Baye and Ben Wieder, with Tony Bartelme, Doug Pardue, Glenn Smith and David Slade of the The Post and Courier. Edited by Kytja Weir and Glenn Smith.

The Mobile-Home Trap

Category: Business/Economics reporting — Finalist

Reported by Dan Wagner with Mike Baker and James Neff of The Seattle Times. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

2014

Exposed: Decades of Denial on Poisons

Category: Environmental Reporting (Edward J. Meeman Award) — Finalist

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, David Heath and Jim Morris with data visualization by Chris Zubak-Skees.

Florida’s Foreclosure Crisis

Category: Business and Economics Reporting (William Brewster Styles Award) — Finalist

Reported by Alison Fitzgerald with Jared Bennett.

2013

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

Category: Scripps Howard Foundation Awards

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Toxic Clout

Scripps Howard Foundation Awards — Finalist

Written by David Heath, Ronnie Greene, Jim Morris and Chris Hamby. Edited by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris.

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

Category: Scripps Howard Award for in-depth national and international coverage — Finalist

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Category: Scripps Howard Environmental Reporting Finalist

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

2010

Betting on Justice: Borrowing to sue, the Center for Public Integrity and New York Times

Category: Finalist, Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Awards for business and economics reporting

From the Center: Ben Hallman, reporter; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From the New York Times: Binyamin Appelbaum, reporter; Len Apcar, economics editor

The Murtha Method, The Center for Public Integrity

Category: Finalist, Washington Reporting Category, Raymond Clapper Award



Online News Association Online Journalism Award

2017

Nuclear Negligence
Category: Explanatory Reporting (Small) — Finalist

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism A ward

 

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Drinks, dinners ,junkets and jobs: how the insurance industry courts state commissioners

 

Category: Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, Small

Reported by Michael J. Mishak and Ben Wieder. The pieces wereedited by Kytja Weir.

2015

Criminalizing Kids

Category: Knight Award for Public Service — Finalist

Written by Susan Ferriss. Data visualization by Ben Wieder and ChrisZubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Gordon Witkin. WithReveal Radio.

Swiss Leaks

University of Florida Award in Investigative Data Journalism, Large — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with Le Monde, The Guardian and 64 media partners. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Online News Association Online Journalism Awards

Evicted and Abandoned: the World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor

Category: Online News Association Online Journalism Awards, Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, Large

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with the Huffington Post and media partners. Project Manager: Michael Hudson. Director: Gerard Ryle.

The Broadband Industry Beat

Category: Topical Reporting, Small — Finalist

Written by Allan Holmes. Data visualization by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited byAlison Fitzgerald and John Dunbar.

Dark Money‘ in America

Category: Topical Reporting, Small — Finalist

Written by Rachel Baye, Michael Beckel, Jared Bennett, Reity O’Brien, Julie Patel and Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Dave Levinthal, Kytja Weir, Alison Fitzgerald and John Dunbar.

2014

Who’s Trying to Influence Your Vote? Tracking TV Ad Wars in the 2014 Election

Category: University of Florida Award in Investigative Data Journalism, Small/Medium — Finalist

Written by Rachel Baye, Michael Beckel, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Reity O’Brien, Ben Wieder and Kytja Weir. Data-driven apps by Chris Zubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Kytja Weir, Dave Levinthal and John Dunbar. 

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting fromPrisoners

 

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

 

Category: Al Neuharth Award in Investigative Journalism Award, Small

The Center for Public Integrity’s website: www.publicintegrity.org

Category: General Excellence in Online Journalism — Small

Produced by the Center’s digital staff: multimedia editor Eleanor Bell, digital editor Jared Bennett, engagement analyst Emily Dufton, web developer Erik Lincoln, engagement editor Sarah Whitmire, news developer Chris Zubak-Skees and Chief Digital Officer Kimberley Porteous.

China Leaks

Category: Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, Large — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2013

After the Meltdown

Online News Association Online Journalism Awards, Planned News/Events, small — Finalist

Written by Alison Fitzgerald, Dan Wagner, Lauren Kyger and John Dunbar. Edited by John Dunbar and Alison Fitzgerald.

Consider the Source

Online News Association Awards, Topical Reporting, Medium— Finalist

Written by Paul Abowd, Michael Beckel, Reity O’Brien, Dave Levinthal and Alan Suderman. Edited by John Dunbar.

2010

Category: Gannett Foundation Award for Innovative Investigative Journalism
Finalist for small site

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice

Center for Public Integrity: Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donald  

2009

Center for Public Integrity website

Category: General Excellence (Small Sites); Investigative Journalism (Small)

2007

The Center for Public Integrity and Collateral Damage: Human Rights and U.S. Military Aid after 9/11: the Center staff

Category: Finalist, General Excellence (Small Sites); Investigative Journalism (Small)

2006

Power Trips: the Center staff 

Category: Finalist, Online Journalism Award for Investigative Journalism (Small Sites)

General Excellence (Small Sites)



Online News Association and the USC Annenberg School for Communication

2005

Outsourcing the Pentagon: the Center staff

Category: Finalist, Online Journalism Award Enterprise (Small Sites)

Finalist, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence (Small Sites)

The Center for Public Integrity, the Center staff

2004

Silent Partners: the Center staff

Category: Online Journalism Award for Enterprise (Small Sites)

Finalist, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence in Online Journalism (Small Sites)

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff

2003

Well Connected; John Dunbar, Bob Williams, Morgan Jindrich, Bill Allison, Teo Furtado  

Category: Online Journalism Award for Enterprise Journalism (Independent)



Society of Environmental Journalists

2019

Blowout: Inside America’s Energy Gamble

Category: Outstanding Explanatory Reporting

2017

Carbon Wars

Category: Outstanding In-Depth Reporting, Small Market — Honorable Mention

2016

Carbon Wars

Category: Outstanding Explanatory Reporting — First Place

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: Outstanding In-Depth Reporting (Large-market)

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

2013

Toxic Clout

Category: SEJ Kevin Carmody Award for Outstanding In-depth Reporting, small market

Written by David Heath, Ronnie Greene, Jim Morris and Chris Hamby. Edited by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris.

2012

Mystery in the Fields

Category: Society of Environmental Journalists Award, 2nd Place

By Sasha Chavkin, Anna Barry-Jester and Ronnie Greene

2009

The Hidden Costs of Clean Coal: Kristen Lombardi, Steven Sunshine, Sarah Laskow, and David Donald

Category: Winner, Outstanding Online Reporting, First Place

2008

Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy: Alex Knott, Richard Mullins, Joaquin Sapien, Kevin Bogardus, Anupama Narayanswamy, Ben Welsh, Diane Brozek Fancher, Helena Bengtsson, Peter Newbatt Smith, Leah Rush

Category: Outstanding Online Reporting, First Place

2007

Takings Initiatives Accountability Project

Category: 1st Place: Outstanding Online Reporting

Bill Hogan, Robert Brodsky, Lisa M Fetta, Gail Gibson, Josh Israel, Jim Morris

2005

The Politics of Oil: Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Daniel Lathrop, Alexander Cohen, Aron Pilhofer

Category: Outstanding Online Reporting



Education Writers Association National Awards for Education Reporting, Data Journalism

2017

The Invisible Hazard Afflicting Thousands of Schools

Category: Data Journalism

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins for the Center of Public Integrity and Eric Sagara of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees and edited by Jim Morris from the Center for Public Integrity. A companion audio piece was produced by Fernanda Camarena, Amy Walters, Ike Sriskandarajah and Sagara of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

2014

The Koch Brothers’ Campus Crusade

Category: Investigative Reporting (Medium Staff) — Finalist

Reported by Dave Levinthal, Chris Young

2013

Throwaway Kids

Category: Investigative Reporting — Medium newsroom, Third Place

Written by Susan Ferriss. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

2012

Juvenile Justice

Category: Investigative Reporting – first-place prize, medium newsroom.

In partnership with Krissy Clark, KQED and Vanessa Romo, KPCC.



National Association of Science Writers Science in Society Award

2016

Science for Sale

Category: Longform

Reported by David Heath, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Category: National Association of Science Writers Science in Society Award, Longform

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Category: National Association of Science Writers 1st Place, Science Writing

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network has been recognized by:



Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on National Defense — Honorable mention

2017

Nuclear Negligence



Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Awards

2014

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Category: Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi award for Digital Video

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Investigative Reporting

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.

Hard Labor

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place for Non-deadline Reporting Online

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene

Mystery in the Fields

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Public Service in Online Journalism

By Sasha Chavkin, Anna Barry-Jester and Ronnie Greene

2011

Green Energy: Contracts, Connections and the Collapse of Solyndra

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Investigative Reporting

By Ronnie Greene, in partnership with ABC News

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Public Service

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

Fueling Fears & Worker Safety coverage

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award, 1st Place Online Non-deadline reporting

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice,

Category: Winner, Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent), First Place

Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donald, The Center for Public Integrity  

2008

Perils of the New Pesticides: M.B. Pell, Jim Morris, Jillian Olsen

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent), First Place

2007

“Wasting Away: Superfund’s Toxic Legacy,” Staff, The Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.

Category: Non-Deadline Reporting (independent)

“Collateral Damage: Human Rights and U.S. Military Aid Before and After 9/11,”

Category: Investigative Reporting (independent)

Staff, The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists at The Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.

“States of Disclosure: Tracking the private interests of public officials,”

Category: Public Service in Online Journalism (independent)

Staff, The Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.

2006

Divine Intervention: U.S. AIDS Policy Abroad: Wendell Rawls, Marina Walker Guevara, Sarah Fort, M. Asif Ismail, Sheetal Doshi

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Online Non-Deadline Reporting (independent), First Place

2005

Well Connected in the States: John Dunbar, Leah Rush

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)

2004

“Politics of Oil,” Bob Williams, Kevin Bogardus, Aron Pilhofer and Alex Cohen of The Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.

Category: Investigative Reporting (independent)

“Personal Politics: All too often, legislators’ private interests are hidden from public view,” Staff, The Center for Public Integrity, Washington, D.C.

Public Service in Online Journalism (independent)

2003

Silent Partners: Derek Willis, Aron Pilhofer

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)

2002

“State Secrets: An Investigation of Political Party Money in the States”

Category: Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)

Mary Jo Sylwester, Leah Rush, John Dunbar and Robert Moore of The Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C. A nationwide investigation of money in state politics.

“Making a Killing: The Business of War”

Category: Investigative Reporting (Independent)

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists of the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C. A series investigating the economics of conflict in the post-Cold War era and the groups who profit from the business of war.

2001

Watchdogs on Short Leashes: Kenneth Vogel, Leah Rush

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Online Journalism (Independent)

1996

Category: Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Newsletter Journalism

Fat Cat Hotel,” Margaret Ebrahim



Society of Professional Journalists Sunshine Award

2014

The Center for Public Integrity



Society of Professional Journalists D.C. Pro Chapter

2017

Nuclear Negligence

Category: Dateline Award, Investigative — Finalist

Citizen Sleuth

Category: Dateline Award, Online Non-Breaking News — Finalist

Carbon Wars

Category: Dateline Award, Online Series

Conflicted Interests

Category: Dateline Award, Online Non-Breaking News

Reported by Liz Essley Whyte, Joe Yerardi, David Jordan, Kristian Hernández, Ben Wieder, Michael J. Mishak, Iuliia Alieva, Kytja Weir for the Center for Public Integrity and Ryan J. Foley for The Associated Press. Interactive library produced by the Center’s Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Weir and Tom Verdin of the Associated Press.

Veterans charity raises millions to help those who’ve served. But telemarketers are pocketing most of it

Category: Dateline Award, Online Business

Reported by Sarah Kleiner and edited by Dave Levinthal.

Transparency in Trump’s First Year

Dateline Award, Online Commentary

Reported by Dave Levinthal and edited by Gordon Witkin

Trump Country Trade-Off

Category: Dateline Award, Online Business — Finalist

Reported by Susan Ferriss and edited by Allan Holmes.

Abandoned in America

Category: Finalist, Online series

Reported by Suhauna Hussain, Carrie Levine, Ashley Balcerzak, Dave Levinthal, Lateshia Beachum, Sarah Kleiner

Wireless Wars: The Fight Over 5G

Category: Finalist, Online business

Reported by Allan Holmes

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Dateline Award, Online Business — Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Politics of Pain

Category: Dateline Award, Online Series

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.

Carbon Wars

Dateline Award, Online Series — Finalist

Reported by Jamie Smith Hopkins, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Interactive graphic by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

Science for Sale

Category: Dateline Award, Online Non-Breaking News

Reported by David Heath, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

Access to Broadband

Category: Dateline Award, Online Features

Reported and written by Allan Holmes with data reporting and visualizations by Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees. A companion video was produced by Eleanor Bell Fox. Gordon Witkin edited the package.

Low Bar: How Lawyers Profit off Desperate Homeowners

Category: Dateline Award, Online Business

Reported by Fred Schulte. Edited by Allan Holmes.

Unpacking Political Influence in Election 2016

Category: Dateline Award, Online Commentary/Criticism

Reported by Dave Levinthal. Edited by Gordon Witkin and John Dunbar.

Information graphics portfolio

Category: Dateline Award, Online Infographics

Work by Chris Zubak-Skees

Hillary Clinton’s Big Money Doubletalk

Category: Dateline Award, Online Editorial Cartoon

Work by Adam Zyglis.

Two very different Donalds, one White House goal

Category: Dateline Award, Online Series — finalist

Reported by Carrie Levine. Edited by Dave Levinthal

Environmental Justice, Denied

Category: Investigative Reporting Award

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.

Criminalizing Kids

Category: Washington, D.C. chapter’s 2016 Dateline Award for non-breaking news in the online division

Washington, D.C. chapter’s 2016 Dateline Correspondent Award for all divisions

Written by Susan Ferriss. Data visualization by Ben Wieder and Chris Zubak-Skees. Digital Editor: Jared Bennett. Edited by Gordon Witkin. With Reveal Radio.

Politics Coverage

Category: Dateline Award, Online Beat Reporting

Category: Dateline Award, Online Non-Breaking News — Finalist

Reported by Rachel Baye, Michael Beckel, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder, Chris Young, Cady Zuvich and Erin Quinn. Edited by John Dunbar, Kytja Weir, Gordon Witkin and Levinthal.



New York City Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists

Conflicted Interests

Category: Deadline Award, Business investigative reporting — Finalist

Reported by Liz Essley Whyte, Joe Yerardi, David Jordan, Kristian Hernández, Ben Wieder, Michael J. Mishak, Iuliia Alieva, Kytja Weir for the Center for Public Integrity and Ryan J. Foley for The Associated Press. Interactive library produced by the Center’s Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Weir and Tom Verdin of the Associated Press.

America’s biggest greenhouse-gas polluter, and the place that relies on it

Category: Deadline Award for Multimedia, Interactive Graphics, and Animation — Finalist

Reported by Elizabeth Hernandez of the Center and Eric Chaney of The Weather Channel. Jamie Smith Hopkins contributed. Edited by Jim Morris. Part of the “United States of Climate Change” project by The Weather Channel Digital with InsideClimate News, Food & Environment Reporting Network, InvestigateWest, The Marshall Project, The Lens, Center for Public Integrity, Honolulu Civil Beat and Louisville Public Media.

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Deadline Award for Public Service

Category: Deadline Award for Reporting by Independent Digital Media

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Politics of Pain

Category: Deadline Award for Science, Technology, Medical or Environmental Reporting

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.

Environmental Justice, Denied

Category: Environmental Reporting Award, Society of Professional Journalists – Finalist

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.



American Society of News Editors

2016

Panama Papers

Category: O’Brien Fellowship Award for Impact in Public Service Journalism

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

 


Military Reporters & Editors Crawley Award

Plutonium is missing, but the government says nothing

Written and edited by Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

Overseas Press Club

2016

Panama Papers

Malcolm Forbes Award for best international business news reporting

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2013

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

Category: Best Investigative Reporting, Winner

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2010

Looting the Seas:  How Overfishing, Fraud and Negligence Plundered the Majestic Bluefin Tuna

Category: Whitman Bassow Award for best reporting in any medium on international environmental issues

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: Marina Walker Guevara, Kate Willson, David Donald, Marcos Garcia Rey, Jean-Pierre Canet, Scilla Alecci, Brigitte Alfter, Martin Foster, Fred Laurin, Miranda Patrucic, Traver Riggins, Leo Sisti, Gul Tuysuz, David E. Kaplan, Steve Bradshaw, Bruno Sorrentino, Jenny Richards and Davina Rodrigues

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

Category: Runner-up for the Winner of the Best Online Investigation of an International Issue or Event

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Jim Morris, Ana Avila (Mexico), Steve Bradshaw (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (China), Dan Ettinger (U.S.), Carlos Eduardo Huertas (Colombia), Murali Krishnan (India), Shantanu Guha Ray (India), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Marcelo Soares (Brazil), Abhishek Upadhyay (India)

2008

Tobacco Underground: The Booming Global Trade in Smuggled Cigarettes

Category: Online Journalism Award for Best Web Coverage of International Affairs

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists — David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Stefan Candea (Romania), Duncan Campbell (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (United States), Gong Jing (China), Alain Lallemand (Belgium), Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine), William Marsden (Canada), Paul Christian Radu (Romania), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Leo Sisti (Italy), Drew Sullivan (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Kate Willson (United States).



White House Correspondents’ Association Awards

2017

Panama Papers

Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2014

Category: Edgar A. Poe Award – Honorable Mention

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Category: Edgar A. Poe Award

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

2012

Hard Labor

Category: Edgar A. Poe Award

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene



TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting

2016

Panama Papers



Barlett & Steele Award for Investigative Journalism

2016

Panama Papers

Category: Gold

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.



Datanami Awards, Editor’s Choice for Top Big Data Achievement

2016

Panama Papers

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.



CWLA Anna Quindlen Award for Excellence in Journalism on Behalf and Children and Families

2014

A life-and-death struggle for asylum

Written by Susan Ferriss and Amy Isackson. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Category: Digital Feature Award – Finalist



New York Press Club Gold Keyboard

2016

Panama Papers

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, then a project of the Center for Public Integrity, with global media partners. Project Manager: Marina Walker Guevara. Director: Gerard Ryle.

Politics of Pain

Category: Award for Political Coverage, Internet

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.



Accolade Global Film Competition Awards

2014

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Category: Award of Excellence: Special Purpose Internet Productions

Award of Merit: Documentary Short



National Press Club Award

2016

Politics of Pain

Category: Consumer Journalism Award — Periodicals

Reported by Center reporters Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Associated Press reporters Geoff Mulvihill and Matthew Perrone. The series was edited by AP’s Kristin Gazlay, Tom Verdin and the Center’s Kytja Weir.

2015

Federal Politics

Category: Sandy Hume Award for Excellence in Political Journalism — Honorable Mention

Written by Michael Beckel. Edited by John Dunbar and Dave Levinthal

2014

Category: Ryle Award for Excellence in Coverage of Geriatrics

Understaffed and Underserved: A look inside America’s Nursing Homes

Reported by Jeff Kelly Lowenstein. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Category: National Press Club Awards, Consumer Journalism — Periodicals

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

Category: National Press Club consumer journalism, winner

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Category: National Press Club Awards, Honorable Mention

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.



National Association of Real Estate Editors

2016

Low Bar: How Lawyers Profit off Desperate Homeowners

Category: Best Investigative Report or Investigative Series, Silver Winner

Reported by Fred Schulte. Edited by Allan Holmes



Webby Award

2016

Election 2016

Category: Best Political Blog — Nominee

Reported by Ashley Balcerzak, Michael Beckel, Carrie Levine, Dave Levinthal, Michael J. Mishak, Kytja Weir, Liz Essley Whyte, Ben Wieder and Cady Zuvich. Edited by John Dunbar, Gordon Witkin, Levinthal and Weir.

2014

Consider the Source and Primary Source

Category: Best Political Blog — Nominee

Reported by Dave Levinthal, Michael Beckel, Julie Patel and Adam Wollner. Edited by John Dunbar and Levinthal.



National Association of Black Journalists

2016

Environmental Justice, Denied

Category: Salute to Excellence Award

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.



Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award, Columbia University

2016

Environmental Justice, Denied

Special Citation

Reported by Kristen Lombardi, Talia Buford, Yue Qiu, Ronnie Greene and Kristian Winfield. Edited by Jim Morris.

2013

Throwaway Kids

Written by Susan Ferriss. Edited by Gordon Witkin.



Columbia University Press’s Best Business Writing 2012

Great Mortgage Cover-Up By Michael Hudson



Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism

2016

Science for Sale

Finalist

Reported by David Heath, Jim Morris and Jie Jenny Zou. Edited by Morris and Gordon Witkin.

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Finalist

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

2011

Green Energy: Contracts, Connections and the Collapse of Solyndra

Columbia University John B. Oakes Award Finalist

By Ronnie Greene, in partnership with ABC News

2010

Dangers in the Dust: Inside the Global Asbestos Trade

Category: Winner, John B. Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism, First Place

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: David E. Kaplan, Marina Walker Guevara, Jim Morris, Ana Avila (Mexico), Steve Bradshaw (United Kingdom), Te-Ping Chen (China), Dan Ettinger (U.S.), Carlos Eduardo Huertas (Colombia), Murali Krishnan (India), Shantanu Guha Ray (India), Roman Shleynov (Russia), Marcelo Soares (Brazil), Abhishek Upadhyay (India)



Global Editors’ Network Data Journalism Awards

2015

Swiss Leaks

Category: Best Investigation

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with Le Monde, The Guardian and 64 media partners. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2014

Luxembourg Leaks

Category: Global Editors’ Network Data Journalism Awards, Best Investigation

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Category: Data Journalism Awards, short list

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Category: Data Journalism Awards, 2nd Place National/International Reporting

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network



South Carolina Press Association

2015

Capitol Gains

Category: Investigative Award
Judson Chapman Award — Finalist

Reported by Rachel Baye and Ben Wieder, with Tony Bartelme, Doug Pardue, Glenn Smith and David Slade of the The Post and Courier. Edited by Kytja Weir and Glenn Smith.



Walkley Awards

2015

Fatal Extraction: Australian Mining in Africa

Category: All Media Multimedia Storytelling — Finalist

Reported by Will Fitzgibbon and Eleanor Bell. Design and development by Chris Zubak-Skees. Multimedia by Eleanor Bell. Data reporting by Cécile Schilis-Gallego. Additional editing by Suzana Gashi. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous



Peter Lisagor Awards

2014

Understaffed and Underserved: A look inside America’s Nursing Homes

Category: Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism, Online: Best non-deadline reporting

Category: Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism, Online: Best photo (x19) — Finalist

Category: Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism, Best all media: Best investigative reporting — Finalist

Reported by Jeff Kelly Lowenstein. Edited by Gordon Witkin.



New York State Society of CPAs’ Excellence in Financial Journalism Awards

2014

Florida’s Foreclosure Crisis

Category: Best Personal Finance Story

Reported by Alison Fitzgerald with Jared Bennett.

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Category: Best TV or Online Video News Story

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

The Medicare Advantage Money Grab

Category: Best Independent or Affiliated Outlet (Medium to Small) Story

Reported by Fred Schulte, data analysis by David Donald, Erin Durkin, and data

Wireless Companies Fight for Their Futures

 

Category: Best Beat News Reporting

Reported by Allan Holmes.

2011

Great Mortgage Cover-Up By Michael Hudson

New York State Society of CPAs, Excellence in Financial Journalism Award

 



American Bar Association Silver Gavel Awards

2014

Time is Money: Who’s Making a Buck Off Prisoners’ Families? and Profiting from Prisoners

Time is Money reported by Eleanor Bell with Daniel Wagner. Edited by Eleanor Bell. Executive Producer: Kimberley Porteous.

Profiting from Prisoners reported by Daniel Wagner with Eleanor Bell and Amirah Al Idrus. Edited by Alison Fitzgerald.

Category: Other Media – Finalist

 



Philip Meyer Journalism Award for Social Science Reporting

2014

The Medicare Advantage Money Grab

Reported by Fred Schulte, data analysis by David Donald, Erin Durkin, and data visualizations and interactives by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

2012

Cracking the Codes

2012 Philip Meyer Journalism Award from Investigative Reporters and Editors

Category: First place

By Fred Schulte, Joe Eaton, David Donald and Gordon Witkin. This report has been recognized by:

2010

National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting and the Knight Chair in Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University

Winner, Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice, Second Place

Center for Public Integrity: Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, Gordon Witkin, David Donald

 



National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

Finalist

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.

 

2014

The Medicare Advantage Money Grab

Category: Health Care Print Journalism Award (General Circulation Publications) — Finalist

Reported by Fred Schulte, data analysis by David Donald, Erin Durkin, and data visualizations and interactives by Chris Zubak-Skees. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

 



American Judges Association

2014

Juvenile Injustice

Regional American Gavel Award for Distinguished Reporting

Reported by Susan Ferriss. Edited by Gordon Witkin.

Juris Imprudence

National American Gavel Award for Distinguished Reporting about the Judiciary

Reported by Reity O’Brien, Kytja Weir, Chris Young, Henry Kerali. Edited by John Dunbar.

 



Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

 



Knight-Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism

2009

Category: Special Distinction Award for Nonprofit Journalism Awarded to Three Major Center for Public Integrity Projects:

Broken Government

Tobacco Underground

Who’s Behind the Financial Meltdown?

 



Heywood Broun Award of Distinction

2014

Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas

Written and edited by Jim Morris, with Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate News and with Greg Gilderman of the Weather Channel. Digital production by Sarah Whitmire.

2013

Heywood Broun Award

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

 



Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

The Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, Finalist

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

2011

Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, neglected communities

Harvard University Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting Finalist

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby, Ronnie Greene, Elizabeth Lucas and Emma Schwartz, in partnership with NPR and the Investigative News Network

 



The Joan Shorenstein Center on The Press, Politics and Public Policy

2007

Honored with Special Citation for the Body of Its Investigative Work

The Center for Public Integrity: the Center staff

 



The James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism

2013

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

2011

Fueling Fears & Worker Safety coverage

Category: James Aronson Award for social justice journalism, Hunter College

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby

 



Upton Sinclair Memorial Award

2011

Fueling Fears & Worker Safety coverage

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby

 



SNDE Malofiej Info Graphics Awards

Category: Bronze

Chris Zubak-Skees

Breathless and Burdened: Dying from black lung, buried by law and medicine

Written by Chris Hamby. Editing by Ronnie Greene and Jim Morris, interactive graphics by Chris Zubak-Skees. Part of the series produced in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Unit.

 



European Press Prize, Short List

2013

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

 



One World Media Awards, Long List

2013

Secrecy for Sale: Inside the Global Offshore Money Maze

Written and edited by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Director: Gerard Ryle.

 



Casey Medal

2012

Dollars and Dentists: Investigating the problems with corporate dentistry

By David Heath, in collaboration with PBS Frontline.

 

Casey Awards for Meritorious Journalism on children and families

2012

Juvenile Justice

Category: Print under 200,000, Runner-up.

2011

Juvenile Justice

Category: Magazine non-daily, Runner-up.

 



AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards

2012

Hard Labor

By Jim Morris, Chris Hamby and Ronnie Greene

AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards 1st Place Radio (Chris Hamby black lung report with NPR

 



August Sidney Award

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.

Mystery in the Fields

Sidney Hillman Foundation Sidney Award Winner

By Sasha Chavkin, Anna Barry-Jester and Ronnie Greene



Karpoor Chandra Kulish (KCK) International Award for Excellence in Print Journalism

2012

Skin And Bone: The Shadowy Trade In Human Body Parts

By Gerard Ryle, Kate Willson, Vlad Lavrov, Martina Keller, Thomas Maier, Michael Hudson, Mar Cabra, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald, Alexenia Dimitrova, and Nari Kim. NPR reporters Joseph Shapiro and Sandra Bartlett also contributed.



Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights

2010

“Seeking Justice in Campus Rapes,” NPR and the Center for Public Integrity,

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice.

Category: Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for exceptional reporting on human rights and social justice issues

From the Center: Kristen Lombardi and Kristin Jones, reporters; David Donald, data editor; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From NPR: Joseph Shapiro, correspondent; Robert Benincasa, computer-assisted reporting; Susanne Reber, editor



Ridenhour Book Prize

2010

Category: First Place “Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans.” Wendell Potter  



Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma

2011

Seeking Justice in Campus Rapes,” NPR and the Center for Public Integrity

From the Center: Kristen Lombardi and Kristin Jones, reporters; David Donald, data editor; Gordon Witkin, supervising editor; From NPR: Joseph Shapiro, correspondent; Robert Benincasa, computer-assisted reporting; Susanne Reber, editor  



Pen USA

2004

First Amendment Award

Charles Lewis



Project Censored Award for Top 25 Censored News Stories

2003

Justice Department Drafts Sweeping Expansion of Terrorism Act,”

Second Place

Charles Lewis, Adam Mayle



CapitolBeat: Association of Capitol Reporters and Editors

Pushing Prescriptions in the States and Well Connected in the States: the Center staff

Category: In-depth Reporting Online

“Personal Politics,” Leah Rush, Susan Schaab, Daniel Lathrop, David Dagan

Category: In-depth Reporting Online

Silent Partners: Derek Willis, Aron Pilhofer

Category: In-depth Reporting Online

State Secrets,” MaryJo Sylwester, Leah Rush, John Dunbar, Robert Moore

Category: Winner, In-depth Reporting Online

 



Green Eyeshade Award

2015

Capitol Gains

Category: Public Affairs Reporting — Second Place

Reported by Rachel Baye and Ben Wieder, with Tony Bartelme, Doug Pardue, Glenn Smith and David Slade of the The Post and Courier. Edited by Kytja Weir and Glenn Smith.