The fellows hail from the U.S. and abroad, and include two early career journalists who will apprentice with Boston-based STAT magazine.
2018-19 Fellows Announced
The Knight Science Journalism program at MIT, an internationally renowned mid-career fellowship program, is proud to announce that ten elite science journalists from four countries will make up its Class of 2018-19. Each year the KSJ program, which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, brings journalists to Cambridge for a ten-month fellowship that allows […]
This Year’s Fellows: Caty Enders
“I like demystifying things for readers and I like tackling difficult subjects.” Photo: Joshua Hatch. This is the tenth in a series of profiles of the 2017-18 Knight Science Journalism fellows, written by students in MIT’s Graduate Program in Science Writing. It can be upsetting to be told you have a government microchip in […]
This Year’s Fellows: Mićo Tatalović
“So many things are happening here … so many things that will change the world. To actually be here and to see it for yourself is amazing.”
This Year’s Fellows: Sujata Gupta
Finding innovative ways of communicating science by embedding scientific concepts in children’s stories — and using multimedia tools to add an online dimension.
Power On! Help for Puerto Rico, With a Hand From KSJ
To help hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico regain safe drinking water and electricity, the MIT D-Lab recently volunteered in a project to build solar-paneled trailers with purification and charging systems. One of the volunteers was Teresa Carr, a 2017-18 Knight Science Journalism fellow.