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MEDIA KIT, 18th HEINZ AWARDS
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MEDIA KIT, 17th HEINZ AWARDS
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MEDIA KIT, 16th HEINZ AWARDS
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MEDIA KIT, 15th HEINZ AWARDS
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MEDIA KIT, 14th HEINZ AWARDS
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Human Condition, Brenda Krause Eheart PDF Photo
Public Policy, Robert Greenstein PDF Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Joseph DeRisi PDF Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 13th HEINZ AWARDS
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Environment, Bernard Amadei PDF Photo
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Technology, Economy + Employment, Hugh Herr PDF Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 12th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, James Nachtwey Photo
Environment, Paul Anastas Photo
Human Condition, William Thomas Photo
Public Policy, Bruce Katz Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Leroy Hood Photo
The Chairman's Medal, Elma Holder Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 11th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Mark di Suvero
Environment, Jerry Franklin
Human Condition, Joseph Rogers
Public Policy, Sidney Drell
Technology, Economy + Employment, Mildred Dresselhaus
The Chairman's Medal, Richard Goldman
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MEDIA KIT, 10th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, August Wilson Photo
Environment, Peggy Shepard Photo
Human Condition, Robert Butler Photo
Public Policy, Julius Richmond Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Robert Langer Photo
The Chairman's Medal, Richard Lugar + Sam Nunn
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MEDIA KIT, 09th HEINZ AWARDS
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Environment, John Spengler Photo
Environment, Mario Molina Photo
Human Condition, Paul Farmer Photo
Public Policy, Geraldine Jensen Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Paul MacCready Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 08th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Rick Lowe Photo
Environment, Jane Lubchenco Photo
Human Condition, Cushing Dolbeare Photo
Public Policy, George Lee Butler Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Anita Borg Photo
The Chairman's Medal, Ruth Patrick Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 07th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Arthur Mitchell Photo
Arts + Humanities, Jacques d'Amboise Photo
Environment, James Hansen Photo
Human Condition, Aaron Beck Photo
Public Policy, John Holdren Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Steve Wozniak Photo
The Chairman's Medal, Dorothy Height Photo
The Chairman's Medal, Russell Train Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 06th HEINZ AWARDS
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Environment, Paul Gorman Photo
Human Condition, Robert Moses Photo
Public Policy, Edward Zigler Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Mary Good Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 05th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Walter Turnbull Photo
Environment, Florence Robinson Photo
Environment, Lois Gibbs Photo
Human Condition, Luis Acosta + Frances Lucerna Photo
Public Policy, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Dean Kamen Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 04th HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, John Harbison Photo
Environment, Amory Lovins Photo
Human Condition, Carol Gilligan Photo
Public Policy, Ernesto J. Cortes, Jr. Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Ralph E. Gomory Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 03rd HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Rita Dove Photo
Environment, George Woodwell Photo
Human Condition, James Comer Photo
Public Policy, Ralph Cavanagh Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, George Hatsopoulos Photo
The Chairman's Medal, William R. Hewlett + David Packard
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MEDIA KIT, 02nd HEINZ AWARDS
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Arts + Humanities, Beverly Sills Photo
Environment, Herbert Needleman Photo
Human Condition, Marian Wright Edelman Photo
Public Policy, C. Everett Koop Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, William Rutter Photo
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MEDIA KIT, 01st HEINZ AWARDS
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Environment, Paul + Anne Ehrlich Photo
Human Condition, Geoffrey Canada Photo
Public Policy, James Goodby Photo
Technology, Economy + Employment, Andrew Grove Photo
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