John Hohenberg

John Hohenberg (February 17, 1906 – August 6, 2000) was an American journalist and academic. During his journalism career from the 1920s to 1950s, Hohenberg primarily worked at the ''New York Evening Post'' and ''New York Journal-American''. After gaining prominence as a foreign correspondent and early United Nations reporter, he began teaching at Columbia University in 1948, ultimately serving as a tenured full professor at the institution's Graduate School of Journalism from 1950 to 1974. From 1954 onward, he served concurrently as the first administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes, retaining this position for two additional years at the request of the Pulitzer Board after taking emeritus status. In 1976, he received a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation upon retiring from his administrative role. Provided by Wikipedia
by Hohenberg, John
Published 2007
Located: Gurudas College
Call Number: 070.4 H681