Robin Lloyd is a freelance journalist and editor, as well as a contributing editor for Scientific American and an adjunct professor in New York University’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She’s also vice president […]
Joanne Silberner is a freelance print and radio reporter and a journalism instructor at the University of Washington, where she teaches diversity reporting, global health, narrative journalism, public health, radio storytelling and production, and podcasting. […]
Stephen Ornes was born near Kansas City and now works mostly from his backyard office shed in Nashville, Tennessee. He covers space, physics, cancer research, and mathematics. He also teaches an undergraduate class on science communication at Vanderbilt University.
Patricia Thomas directs the master’s degree program in health and medical journalism at the University of Georgia, organizes professional workshops for journalists, and trains researchers to explain their work to general audiences. She freelances for print and web.
Vermont native Robert Irion has directed the Science Communication Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, since 2006. He’s also a freelance journalist and essayist in astronomy and planetary science, with recent pieces in National Geographic, Science, and Slate.
Ellen Ruppel Shell is co-director of the Graduate Program in Science Journalism at Boston University and a contributing editor for The Atlantic. Shell writes about science and public policy for numerous publications and writes the Atlantic blog To Reason and Beyond. She has written three books.