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The Chuck Stone Citizen of the World Award is given to a School of Media and Journalism undergraduate major or majors who propose to travel to other countries to pursue programs of study or to work on projects related to the study of media and journalism.
The award honors Chuck Stone, a renowned journalist who joined the school’s faculty in 1991. He was a reporter, editor, and columnist at newspapers including the New and the first president of the National Association of Black Journalists, which presented him with its Lifetime Achievement Award. Stone developed an international consciousness after living in Egypt and the Gaza Strip for six months and in India for 18 months while working for CARE. He also reported from Northern Ireland and visited 14 countries in Africa on assignments for CARE.