Friday, March 02, 2012 03:08 PM

Stecklow leaves WSJ

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Steve Stecklow '76 left The Wall Street Journal in February after 18 years at the paper to become a London-based investigative reporter for Reuters. Stecklow joined the Journal in 1993 as a Boston-based national education reporter. He moved to London in 1998 as a global investigative reporter for the Journal, before returning to Boston in 2005. Stecklow shared the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service with three other Journal reporters for a series on backdated stock options. He was a Pulitzer finalist in 2003 as well, and has received journalism's prestigious George Polk award three times. Stecklow has worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Washington Star, Philadelphia Bulletin, and the Atlantic City Press, and has been an adjunct professor at Boston University, teaching a course in investigative journalism.

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