Mackenzie Brady Watson likes to represent nonfiction science authors: Before entering the literary world, she was a microbiology researcher. When she feels excited about ideas, and feels the same excitement from authors, she’ll offer to represent them.
To conclude their second semester — before a graduation-week gala that included a presidential diploma ceremony, a farewell dinner, and an outing to the bleachers in Fenway Park — each of the 10 fellows in KSJ’s Class of 2016-17 gave a half-hour “Showcase” presentation of highlights from the year in Cambridge.
For a dozen KSJ fellows and associates, a two-day visit to the marine research complex offers an immersion in sophisticated ocean science, from submersibles to cuttlefish.
On April 21-22, Undark’s senior editor and a KSJ fellow will be featured at the annual Association of Health Care Journalists conference in Orlando.
A three-minute video interview with the renowned linguist and political philosopher, who years ago predicted the rise of a candidate like Donald Trump.
To kick off their 2016-17 year, Knight Science Journalism fellows share stories from their careers — what they’ve learned and what they hope to take away.