CJC Pulitzer Winners
- Jennifer Jenkins, B.S. Journalism 2010, (The Washington Post) for national reporting as a staff researcher on the team that created a national database to illustrate how often and why the police shoot to kill and who the victims are most likely to be.
- Debbie Cenziper, S. Journalism 1992, (The Washington Post), for explanatory reporting for House of Lies, on widespread problems in Miami-Dade County’s public housing agency.
- David Finkel, S. Journalism 1977, (The Washington Post), for explanatory reporting for U.S. attempts to bring democracy to Yemen.
- Karen DeYoung, S. Journalism 1971, (The Washington Post), for national reporting as part of the team reporting on the war on terrorism.
- Stephanie Sinclair, S. Journalism 1998, (Chicago Tribune), for explanatory reporting as part of the team profiling the chaotic American air traffic system
- Phil Kuntz, B.S. Journalism 1984, (Wall Street Journal), for national affairs as part of the team detailing U.S. defense spending and military deployment post-Cold War.
- Jeff Nesmith, S. Journalism 1973, (Dayton Daily News), for national reporting (with colleague Russell Carollo) for uncovering mismanagement in the military healthcare system.
- Buddy Davis, B.S. Journalism 1948, M.A. 1952, (Gainesville Sun), for editorial writing supporting the peaceful desegregation of Florida’s schools.
- Jim McGee, B.S. Journalism 1975, (Miami Herald), for national affairs as part of the Miami Herald team coverage of the Iran-Contra affair.
- Howard Norton, B.S. Journalism 1933, (Baltimore Sun), for public service for stories on the administration of unemployment compensation in Maryland