Knight Fellow Sasha Chapman ’16, explores underwater photography in Belize.
When news broke of the major discovery, KSJ Fellow Sasha Chapman was on it.
Esther Nakkazi (’08) is a freelance journalist who lives and works in Uganda, where she covers health and environment. Her blog Uganda Sciegirl addresses a wide range of healthcare issues and scientific research in East Africa. Before arriving at the Knight Fellowship, she had been working as a general assignment reporter at a weekly newspaper […]
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 a graduate degree in science […]
Aleszu Bajak says he always wanted to be a biologist. He explored the Galapagos Islands with his grandmother when he was a teenager, and later pursued his undergraduate degree in biology at Amherst College. But after stints building viruses at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York and consulting on biotechnology for a New York-based hedge fund, Aleszu […]
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 science. The thing he remembers […]