During her time as editor of Inside Unmanned Systems, Divis has seen the miniature flying machines evolve into a newsroom must-have. In the midstream of a journalism career that had already taken her to the Washington Examiner, United Press International, and Inside GNSS, Dee Ann Divis decided to start a magazine — about drones. And […]
When Garfinkel, a veteran journalist with a PhD in computer science, was offered the chance to write “The Computer Book,” he knew right away that he wanted to take on the project. “Books are more work than you think, but they stay on the library shelves after you die,” he said to the KSJ fellows in April.
Benjamin Decker wants to understand disinformation—where it originates, how it spreads, and how it can be corralled. He and his colleagues spent the 2018 election cycle finding and cataloging false and misleading internet content. He talked with KSJ fellows about what he learned.
“I want to make stories that help women and everyone better understand their own bodies.” Rachel E. Gross has long been fascinated with science, religion, and the way the two intersect. The science part seems almost preordained. The California native grew up around a dad who was a theoretical physicist, a stepmom who was a […]