SCARSDALE, N.Y. Glenn Kramon, a Scarsdale High School and Stanford University graduate and assistant managing editor for The New York Times since 2006, will speak April 15 at the Scarsdale Woman's Club about how the newspaper is and isn't changing with the times.
The lecture, titled "The Changing Times," which begins at 3 p.m., is being sponsored by the Scarsdale Forum .
Kramon oversees long-term reporting efforts in the Times newsroom and has supervised and edited stories that have won eight Pulitzer Prizes and have been finalists for the Pulitzer 22 times. They have also earned several other honors, including 10 George Polk awards for courageous journalism, seven Gerald Loeb awards for distinguished business journalism, the Goldsmith Prize for investigative reporting and the Grantham Prize for environmental reporting. In June 2003, Kramon became the first recipient of the Gerald Loeb/Lawrence Minard award for outstanding work as an editor.
Following his remarks, he will answer questions from the audience.
The Sunday Speaker Series programs are open to the public, free of charge and are underwritten in part by a grant from the Irving J. Sloan Education Fund, made possible by the Liz Claiborne-Arthur Ortenberg Foundation.
The Scarsdale Woman's Club is at 37 Drake Road in Scarsdale.
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