Bob Woodward

September 1, 1994 - 12:00pm
A Conversation with Bob Woodward

About Bob Woodward

Bob Woodward first came to national prominence for his investigative reporting, with colleague Carl Bernstein, on the Watergate break-in, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Woodward, an assistant managing editor of The Washington Post, has continued his incisive reporting of Washington’s inner workings with the same award-winning style. Woodward has written eight best selling books. In addition, he co-authored “The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court,” a book about the decision-making process of the United State Supreme Court, and “The Man Who Would Be President: Dan Quayle”. Most recently Woodward has authored “Maestro: Greenspan’s Fed and the American Boom.”

After graduating from Yale, Woodward spent time in the Navy, running his ship’s newspaper as well as it’s radio communications team – a task for which he won a Navy Commendation Medal.