Deborah Amos is a Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence at Princeton University.
A longtime international correspondent, Amos spent much of her award-winning career at National Public Radio. Her reporting on the Middle East and refugees in the U.S. was regularly featured on NPR's "Morning Edition," "Weekend Edition," and "All Things Considered." She covered the Syrian and Iraqi refugee crises, the economy in the Middle East, and the Arab youth surge.
Previously, Amos reported for ABC's Nightline and PBS' FRONTLINE. She is the author of two books: Eclipse of the Sunnis: Power, Exile, and Upheaval in the Middle East and Lines in the Sand: Desert Storm and the Remaking of the Arab World.
She has won several major journalism honors, including a Courage in Journalism Award from the International Women’s Media Foundation, a George Foster Peabody Award, an Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award, and an Emmy.