The Richard M. Clurman Award honoring journalism mentors
The Livingston Awards honors excellence in local, national and international reporting by journalists under the age of 35. Each year, the Livingston program also presents the Richard M. Clurman Award to recognize an on-the-job mentor who stands out for nurturing, critiquing, and inspiring young journalists. Through their commitment, these individuals make a vital contribution to fostering excellence in journalism.
Named for Richard M. Clurman, an editor at Time from 1948 to 1972 and architect of the Livingston Awards program, the Clurman Award is presented each June at the annual Livingston Awards ceremony.
It is not necessary for the person submitting this nomination form or any of the mentees or endorsers to be journalists under the age of 35. The nomination can be from accomplished journalists looking back on their careers and acknowledging the person who helped them along the way.
Nominations for the 2024 Clurman Award will close on March 1, 2014.