Adjunct Assistant Professor
Investigative Reporter, The New York Times
B.A., Political Science, Hartwick College
Mike McIntire is an investigative reporter, author and editor. As a member of the investigative unit at The New York Times, he shared the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on covert Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election. Since joining The Times in 2003, Mike has produced in-depth stories on a wide range of subjects, including presidential politics, terrorism and Wall Street bailouts. During the 2020 campaign, Mike, along with colleagues Russ Buettner and Sue Craig, obtained and published Donald Trump’s long-concealed tax returns, a journalistic scoop that earned George Polk, Daniel Pearl and Scripps-Howard awards. His investigation of corruption in college sports was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and was the basis for his book, Champions Way: Football, Florida and the Lost Soul of College Sports, published by W.W. Norton in September 2017. Earlier in his career, he was the investigative editor at The Hartford Courant, where he was part of a team that won a Pulitzer for breaking news reporting and was a Pulitzer finalist for investigative reporting on medical malpractice. He has taught journalism at New York University since 2004, and was a 2019 Ferris Visiting Professor of Journalism at Princeton University.