Pulitzer Prize Winner Interviews

Stan Grossfeld

Stan Grossfeld is an associate editor at The Boston Globe. In 1984, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for his unusual photographs of the people of war-torn Lebanon. In 1985, his photographs of Ethiopian famine and illegal aliens on the Mexican border won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. The Boston Press Photographers Association has named Grossfeld New England Photographer of the Year five times, and he has published four books, including Lost Futures: Our Forgotten Children (1997), in which Muhammed Ali wrote the forward and to which Mother Teresa contributed. The College of Communication presented Grossfeld with a Distinguished Alumni Award in 1987.

The Interview

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Tom Fiedler
COM ’71 MS
Daniel Goodrich
COM ’75
Stan Grossfeld
COM ’80 MS
Stephen Kurkjian
CAS ’66
Anthony Lewis
Mark Thompson
COM ’75
Helen Ubinas
COM ’94
Don Van Natta, Jr.
COM ’86
Susan Walsh
COM ’87