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The Anne Goldman Award

Anne Goldman award

About the award

This award was created by Sandy Goldman to honour the memory of her mother, Anne Goldman, and to support a Journalism student. Anne began her studies with a “City Politics” course at Ryerson. Her instructors were Myer Siemiatycki and Jack Layton. Then she enrolled in the School of Journalism and became a reporter for the Ryersonian. Anne loved her years covering the city and its people. Although she did not graduate or pursue life as a reporter, Anne continued to expand her knowledge through many means and relish the nightly ritual of a quiet time with her newspaper.

This award is for the student who produced the best investigative piece covering a social justice issue.

Read more about Goldman in the RSJ newsletter article about her.