The fellows hail from the U.S. and abroad, and include two early career journalists who will apprentice with Boston-based STAT magazine.
As an investigative reporter covering AI in the world of work, Hilke Schellmann has learned to distinguish hype from reality.
For a book project, Rene Ebersole visited two men who were sentenced to death based on microscopic hair analysis, a debunked forensic technique.
After a pandemic hiatus, journalist Rebecca Boyle ventures out to a science symposium — and speaks with top brass in the U.S. Space Force.
Grasslands harbor fascinating stories of natural and human history, writes journalist Julia Rosen. You just have to recognize the clues.
For a new book project, Emily Willingham has been interviewing adolescents about sensitive subjects. It’s required a different kind of interview prep.