“Coming from Europe, where marijuana is still illegal in many countries,” writes Chloé Hecketsweiler, a 2016-17 KSJ fellow, “I am surprised to see it’s now ‘business as usual’ here.”
For a dozen KSJ fellows and associates, a two-day visit to the marine research complex offers an immersion in sophisticated ocean science, from submersibles to cuttlefish.
An all-star lineup led by Andrew Revkin, of New York Times and ProPublica fame, and an excerpt from Ian Cheney’s documentary “The Measure of a Fog.” fst
A photo essay by Chloé Hecketsweiler describes a day in the life of Meals on Wheels, and Maura O’Connor’s book on de-extinction gets a prestigious review.
On April 21-22, Undark’s senior editor and a KSJ fellow will be featured at the annual Association of Health Care Journalists conference in Orlando.
Robert McClure, a 2016-17 KSJ fellow, is named an Alumnus of Distinction by the U. of Florida journalism school — one of only 148, out of 31,000 graduates, in its half-century history.