Knight Fellow Sasha Chapman ’16, explores underwater photography in Belize.
KSJ Fellow Gets Scoop on Gravitational Waves
When news broke of the major discovery, KSJ Fellow Sasha Chapman was on it.
Esther Nakkazi ’08
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 ’06
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, ’14
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 […]
ADAM ROGERS ’03
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 […]