The Paula Pfeffer and Cheryl Johnson-Odim Political Cartoon Contest
The Paula Pfeffer and Cheryl Johnson-Odim Political Cartoon Contest provides Columbia College Chicago students with an opportunity to become political and social commentators, demonstrate their artistic skills, and showcase their analytical abilities. Sam Pfeffer, Emeritus Trustee at Columbia College Chicago, endowed the contest and named it after his wife, Paula and Cheryl Johnson-Odim, who at the time was the LAS Dean at Columbia. The annual contest winners, first, second, third place and two honorable mentions, are honored at an awards ceremony where they receive a monetary price and a certificate that acknowledges their accomplishment. Housed in the Department of Humanities, History, and Social Sciences (HHSS), the competition is sponsored by the Office of the Dean in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences in collaboration with The Columbia Chronicle.
If you have any questions about the contest, please contact Dr. Teresa Prados-Torreira, Associate Professor of History, at email@example.com or 312.369.7567.