Science Training for Journalists
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Elizabeth Dunbar – 2014 The timing was right, in 2014, when Elizabeth Dunbar attended Metcalf Institute’s Climate Change and the News: Impacts in the Great Lakes seminar in Chicago. The Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) reporter and her team were just about to launch a six-month investigation into climate change impacts in Minnesota. “We were looking… [ Continue Reading ]
How safe is the water we drink and seafood we eat? What are the socioeconomic impacts of climate change? How accurate are climate projections? And how can these topics be effectively communicated with broad audiences? These are few of the issues you’ll learn about at Metcalf Institute’s 2015 Annual Public Lecture Series, Scientists and Journalists:… [ Continue Reading ]
Alumni demonstrate their strong support of Metcalf’s internationally recognized training model by funding one fellowship through donations The University of Rhode Island’s Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting has selected ten journalists from the U.S., the Philippines, and Canada to attend its 17th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists. The fellows, chosen from an… [ Continue Reading ]