Keegan Pope Wins the 2019 Don Romero Prize for Magazine Writing

Story submissions taught him how to be concise, connect with cancer patient and keep a data story interesting. Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 7, 2019) — Recent graduate Keegan Pope, MA ’19, received the 2019 Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine writing as a graduate student. His prize includes a $1,000 cash award. Funding for the Romero … Continued

Graduate Student Sky Chadde Wins Don Romero Prize

The Award Recognizes Outstanding Magazine Writing By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (April 28, 2017) — Missouri School of Journalism graduate student Sky Chadde, BJ ’14, is the winner of the 2017 Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine writing. He receives a $750 cash award. The money for this prize is donated by two graduates of … Continued

Graduate Student Shawn Shinneman Wins Don Romero Prize

The Award Recognizes Outstanding Magazine Writing By Ashley Szatala Columbia, Mo. (April 25, 2016) — Missouri School of Journalism graduate student Shawn Shinneman is the winner of the 2016 Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine writing. He receives a $750 cash award. Shinneman submitted three articles to be considered for the prize: “How Online Threats … Continued

Caleb O’Brien Wins the Don Romero Prize for Magazine Writing

Judges Say O’Brien Fuses Lyrical Writing with Vigorous Reporting Columbia, Mo. (April 30, 2015) — Missouri School of Journalism graduate student Caleb O’Brien is the winner of the 2015 Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine writing. The prize was established in honor of Don Romero, a former magazine professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, by … Continued

Edward Hart Wins the 2014 Don Romero Prize for Outstanding Magazine Journalism

Judges Note His Ability to Combine Solid Reporting and Nimble Storytelling to Craft Impactful Stories Columbia, Mo. (April 30, 2014) — Missouri School of Journalism graduate student Edward Hart is the 2014 winner of the Don Romero Prize for outstanding magazine journalism. The prize was established in honor of Don Romero, a former magazine professor … Continued