SABEW celebrates the best in business journalism in an annual contest, which completed its 28th year in 2022. It’s highly competitive and open to members in good standing at the date of entering. It typically runs December through early February.
The Best in Business Book Awards recognizing and celebrating outstanding business books is now open for submissions. SABEW is well-known for its prestigious Best in Business annual awards; this award focuses on business books as a standalone category.
Canadian individual and institutional members can enter this unique contest just after the all-member contest closes in early February.
The Cox-SABEW Fellowship recognizes student commitment to learning and engaging in business journalism. Sponsored and funded by the University of Georgia’s Cox Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management and Leadership, the fellowship recognizes students who have embraced business journalism and qualified for the recognition through professional internships.
The Morrow scholarship is a partnership between the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina and SABEW. The scholarship is for students aspiring to become business journalists. The funds are designated for college tuition and expenses associated with attending a SABEW conference.
Established in 1993, this award singles out individuals who have made a significant impact on the field of business journalism and who have served as a nurturing influence on others in the profession.
The annual Goldschmidt Fellowship program provides a government data immersion experience for up to 20 Fellows. It is funded by the Chicago-based Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation and 2023 marks the 10th year of this program.
The President’s Award is given by the current SABEW president at their discretion.