Rod McCullom, KSJ 2015-16, and research scientist Adam Hume discussed public communication about infectious diseases at an MIT Museum event.
Behind the garage of his family’s home near Cleveland Ohio, a four year old Scott Huler, pencil in hand, scrawled song lyrics on paper with extra wide training lines. Almost two decades later, freshly graduated from Washington University, Huler was preparing to go to law school when a friend asked him a fateful question. “In college, you […]
Mark Harris became a writer during what he calls the rise of journalism about digital living—“stories about all types of technology coming into our daily lives.” Harris was always interested in writing, but he graduated from University of York in 1991 with a degree in physics. These passions merged shortly thereafter, when he started writing […]
The importance of the COP21 climate talks in Paris have drawn some of the best science and environmental journalists in the world to the potentially historic summit, including several former KSJ fellows.
In his latest film, documentary filmmaker Ian Cheney takes viewers on an imagined journey to Mars, that they might better understand life on Earth.
Centuries-old “witness trees” have stood silent watch over the landscape during dramatic climatic changes, and this concept forms the basis of a forthcoming book by Seattle Times reporter and 2013-14 Knight Fellow Lynda Mapes.