EventsFriday, November 13, 2015 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Science journalism in the “Axis of Evil”: Reporting inside Iran and North Korea
Come meet alumnus Richard Stone at his public talk in Kennedy Hall 213. He is currently International News Editor for Science. A Fulbright Scholar in Russia from 1995–96 and in Kazakhstan from 2004–05, he also launched Science's daily news service, ScienceNOW.
Richard Stone was the 2001 Walter Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism–Features winner for his article in Smithsonian on Lake Vostok which lies 2 miles below ice, and its implication for finding life elsewhere in the solar system. He has written for National Geographic (see the article Inside Chernobyl), Science, and Discover. He is also the author of Mammoth: The Resurrection of an Ice Age Giant.
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Co-sponsored by the Department of Communication, the Department of Science & Technology Studies and the BEST program.