Columbia University now accepting nominations for the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes
The Columbia University Journalism School is accepting nominations until Saturday, March 16, for the María Moors Cabot Prizes, the oldest award in international journalism.
Since 1938, the Cabot Prizes have honored journalists from across the Western hemisphere whose work contributes to "Inter-American understanding," according to the prize's website.
The prize is open to print, radio, television and digital media journalists. Each winner receives $5,000 and a medal awarded at a ceremony at Columbia University in New York City this fall.
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