Knight Science Journalism Program in MIT announces 2017-eighteen class Of fellows #Artificial_IntelligenceAugust 14, 2019
The Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT has announced that 10 elite science journalists from four countries have been selected as fellows for the 2017-18 academic year.
Teresa Carr is a senior content editor for Consumer Reports and an award-winning investigative reporter.
She previously worked as managing online editor for Outside magazine and as a freelance radio producer and writer for outlets ranging from “All Things Considered” to Esquire.
Sujata Gupta is a freelance journalist based in Vermont, whose writing focuses on issues related to food, ecology, and health.
He teaches online and data journalism in the graduate journalism program at American University.
His work has been featured in “Best American Science and Nature Writing” and has received numerous awards.
Her writing awards include recognition from the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards.
Last year he was one of five writers honored with the Next Generation of Science Journalists award, given by the World Health Summit in Germany.
A native of Croatia, he is now based in London, overseeing a team of staff writers and freelancers.
He previously worked on the news desk of SciDev.net, helping to coordinate a global network of science journalists reporting from South America, Africa, and Asia, as well as freelancing for wide range of science magazines.
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