Lowell Bergman, now a permanent faculty member at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, who is also an investigative reporter for The New York Times and a producer/correspondent for Frontline
Jay T. Harris, former publisher San Jose Mercury News and now the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Journalism and Democracy at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California
Jonathan Mirsky, journalist and historian, former East Asia editor for The Times of London
David Rieff, Contributing Editor, The New Republic Magazine; columnist for Salmagundi Magazine; Fellow, The New York Institute for the Humanities at New York University; former Senior Editor, Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Peter Tarnoff, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs in the Clinton Administration, former President of the Council on Foreign Relations, and former Executive Director of the World Affairs Council of San Francisco
Christopher Hitchens, veteran journalist and Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair
Raj Kamal Jha, novelist and editor of The Indian Express
Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, award-winning public radio producers known as The Kitchen Sisters
Sandy Tolan, veteran print and radio documentary journalist and co-founder of Homeland Productions, and author of "The Lemon Tee: An Arab, A Jew and the Heart of The Middle East"
Peter Sellars, a respected American theater director known for his modern staging of classical operas and plays
Robert Scheer, veteran journalist, syndicated columnist and editor of TruthDig
Larry Friedlander, a Stanford professor who teaches Shakespeare, drama, and acting courses, as well as special workshops that explore the intersection of criticism and performance. His interest is in the meeting of art and technology
Rebecca Solnit, historian, activist, and author of of numerous books, including "Hope in the Dark, River of Shadows: Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild West," "Wanderlust: A History of Walking," and "As Eve Said to the Serpent: On Landscape, Gender, and Art"
Rone Tempest, a veteran Los Angeles Times journalist
Lola Vollen, a doctor with a subspecialty in public health, has helped more than 100 former prisoners get back on their feet through the Life After Exoneration Program. She co-founded the Berkeley, Calif.-based organization to help these individuals re-enter society
Dan Gillmor, veteran journalist and citizen media expert and director of the Center for Citizen Media, a joint project of the Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the University of California-Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism
Recipients of I.F. Stone Student Scholarships & Prizes, 2001-2007
In addition, UC Berkeley have held several I.F. Stone Lectures, including, "All Governments Lie," an I.F. Stone Lecture by Myra MacPherson. MacPherson, a journalist and author nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, discussed her new book, "All Governments Lie," and the relevance of journalist I.F. Stone for today's youth and the media.