As the inaugural Sharon Begley-STAT Fellow, Isabella Cueto found herself surrounded by physical reminders of the trailblazing reporter who gave the fellowship its name.
More than 1,000 feet above the Amazon rainforest, writer Ferris Jabr finds a new perspective on the relationship between Earth and life
While reporting for a book about earthquakes, KSJ Project Fellow Anna Kuchment found inspiration in a nonfiction classic.
While navigating life as a new mother, health and science journalist Sushma Subramanian stumbled onto an under-covered beat.
The former New York Times and Washington Post reporter is remembered by friends and colleagues as a supportive mentor and a peerless journalist.
In an interview with KSJ, Gross reflects on her journey to explore all bodies through the lens of what we’ve historically thought of as a female body.