Washington State, Entomology
Fellowship Sponsor: Ralph WF Hardy Mass Media Fellowship
Fellowship Site: National Public Radio
I recently graduated from Washington State University with a PhD in Entomology. My dissertation examined interactions between a plant virus and its insect vector. Prior to graduate school, I worked for the US Forest Service, DuPont Pioneer, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. I have been writing for Backpacker Magazine as a freelancer since 2012. In my spare time, I can often be found in the mountains with a camera in my hand. I am an avid consumer of NPR programming and look forward to working with them!
Fellowship publications at National Public Radio
6/19/2018 The Food Insecurity of North Korea
6/23/2018 Analysis Finds Geographic Overlap In Opioid Use And Trump Support In 2016
7/03/2018 How More Carbon Dioxide In The Air Could Lead To More Human Disease
7/10/2018 Q&A: Wider Knowledge About Cancer Prevention Would Reduce U.S. Deaths
7/11/2018 Is What's Good For The Lemurs Also Good For The Locals?
7/14/2018 The Heart And Soul Of Armenia Lives In A Slab Of Wood
7/16/2018 Your Ancestors Probably Ate Insects. So What's Bugging You?
7/18/2018 A Spike In Liver Disease Deaths In Young People Fueled By Alcohol
7/24/2018 Ticks And Lyme Disease: 3 Factors Determine Risk Of Infection
8/03/2018 Which Version Of Farming Is Better For The Planet?
8/08/2018 Boxers Or Briefs? Experts Disagree Over Tight Underwear's Effect On Male Fertility