Science Journalism in the Public Interest

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Author:

Natasha Mitchell ’06

Natasha Mitchell is an Australian radio journalist and currently the host of Life Matters,  an Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) morning show. Its tagline reads: “Life, but not always as you know it”. Social issues are relatively new reporting territory for Mitchell.  During her undergrad years, she studied engineering. After completing […]

ADAM ROGERS ’03

Before he became a science editor at Wired magazine or even a KSJ fellow, Adam Rogers was correspondent at Newsweek‘s DC news bureau. He’d been there for almost a decade, writing about a mix of news, technology, and politics. However, that meant spending relatively little time learning and writing about […]

HEPENG JIA ’12

Hepeng Jia has big plans for the future. He entered into his Knight Fellowship year with an impressive number of credits at both Chinese media outlets and international science magazines like Nature and, he says, graduated with a deeper understanding of science policy and its effects on science communication. “Knight offered a […]