Four awarded grants to attend ScienceWriters2023
CASW is delighted to announce that four science writers will receive CASW New Horizons in Science travel fellowships to attend ScienceWriters2023 in Colorado October 6-10. The group represents an array of experience from early-career science writer to seasoned journalist.
New Horizons in Science travel fellows
Sruthi S. Balakrishnan (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sruthi-s-balakrishnan/) is a freelance science writer with a PhD in biology. Her work has been published at The Scientist, Science the Wire, and Massive Science.
Dan Keller (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dankellerphd/) is a freelance medical journalist who produces audio, video, radio, and podcast programs. He is a producer of the Parkinson’s Foundation podcast Substantial Matters and earned his PhD in immunology and microbiology.
Claudia López Lloreda (@claulopezneuro) is a science journalist based in Puerto Rico with a PhD in neuroscience. She is a news correspondent for Science, and her work has appeared in WIRED, Undark, Scientific American, Smithsonian magazine, and Science News.
Nwabata C. Nnani (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nwabatannani) is digital managing editor at American Scientist magazine and a producer for the podcast Women of Color Unite. Her experience includes screen and script writing for the entertainment industry, and she has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communication.