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Sandy Padwe began teaching ...
Sandy Padwe began teaching his sports journalism class at Columbia University in the spring of 1989.The Graduate School of Journalism asked him to join the full-time faculty in the fall of 1992.In 1995 he became Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and in 1997 he became Acting Dean of the School for two years, but continued to teach such courses as his sports class, investigative reporting, Masters Projects and the basic reporting class.In the spring of 2000 he won the Society of Professional Journalism's Columbia Chapter award as Teacher of the Year and in the spring of 2005 won a coveted Presidential Teaching award from the University.He came to Columbia after a distinguished journalism career that included five years as a sports and news columnist at the Philadelphia Inquirer; five years at Newsday including four as deputy sports editor; and eight years at the New York Times as editor of Sports Monday and as deputy sports editor.He was a senior editor at Sports Illustrated for 12 years, and for the last 13 years has been a consultant to ESPN'S Outside the Lines.
Robin Gaby Fisher: The Woman Who Wasn't There
-- Sandy Padwe, Special Lecturer, Columbia University School of Journalism
Sports Media Ethics - Planning Committee
Sandy Padwe, Media Co-chairSandy Padwe, a graduate of Penn State University, is Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.He
teaches sports reporting and investigative reporting.Mr. Padwe is also a consultant to ESPN Sports Network's news department and its documentary news program "Outside the Lines."Before joining the faculty at Columbia, Mr. Padwe was Senior Editor at Sports Illustrated, where he was responsible for coverage of professional football and basketball, track and field, and all investigations (among them, the breaking of the Pete Rose story, baseball's mishandling of the Dave Winfield-George Steinbrenner-Howard Spira affair, the Tulane University basketball fix, and Don King's ties to organized crime.Before that, Mr. Padwe was Deputy Sports Editor at Newsday, then The New York Times.He began his journalism career as a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and a feature writer for various news organizations.Mr. Padwe was named "Sportswriter of the Year" by the National Headliners Club (1972) and received the "Best Sports Stories of the Year" award in 1967.He served on the Pulitzer Prize Board in 1997.
1997 Pulitzer Prize Board
Sandy Padwe, Acting Dean Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University (ex-officio)
"It's sad because it sounds like ...
"It's sad because it sounds like a terrible blow for journalism at ESPN," Sandy Padwe, a Columbia journalism professor, said of ESPN's breakup with "Frontline.
Padwe, who recently ended a hitch of almost 19 years as a consultant to OTL, added that many journalists inside of ESPN are "demoralized by the capitulation and so much fine work is being marginalized."