The Pulitzer Center provides a wide range of online resources to our community of journalists, educators, and students to connect them with the world's most pressing global issues.
The Pulitzer Center has supported thousands of original stories since our launch in 2006. Our Behind the Story series of videos and Q&As provide an inside look at how those stories were reported. And an archive of global reporting is available today for anyone to access for free, including stories originally published by The New York Times, the BBC, PBS NewsHour, The 19th, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and many more.
Behind the Story
Facial Recognition at the U.S. Border
Grantees Stephanie Beasley and Kathleen Flynn traveled to an Arizona border crossing with Mexico where the U.S. government conducted a months-long facial recognition pilot program
Journalism Resources for Reporting Fellows
Here you will find resources for the Campus Consortium community—some geared specifically to Reporting Fellows and others to a wider audience. Cultural diversity and sensitivity, health and science reporting tips, reporting on COVID-19, safety in the field, tips for pitching a story are among the issues that are covered.
Cultural Sensitivity and Diversity Panel
This panel from Washington Weekend 2019 features Pulitzer Center grantees Melissa Noel (pictured here), Jacqueline Charles, Jamie Joyce, Phillip Martin, as well as Gabrielle Ewing from National Geographic, in a discussion on reporting with cultural sensitivity.
The Pulitzer Center offers regular webinars on underreported global issues, as professional development programs for teachers, as workshops for students, and even live dramatic performances. Catch up on our webinar recordings today.
Go Behind the Story With Pulitzer Center Journalists
Learn more about how Pulitzer Center grantees reported their stories in this special ongoing series.
Resources for K-12 Teachers and Students
Browse and adapt hundreds of standards-aligned lesson plans for K–12 classrooms.
Workshops and Contests for Students
The Pulitzer Center offers two annual writing contests for students and year-round workshops that engage students in journalism skills, media literacy, civic engagement, and creative writing projects.
Professional Development for Educators
Virtual and in-person workshops led by our staff and journalists introduce techniques for integrating journalism skills and global news into multidisciplinary curricula.
Virtual Classroom Visits
The Pulitzer Center offers free virtual journalist visits to K–12 classrooms worldwide.