AAAS Meeting, NASW Undergraduate Travel Fellowship
February 2014

I attended the 2014 AAAS meeting in Chicago, thanks to the generous support of the National Association of Science Writers. It was an incredible experience! As part of the fellowship requirements, I filed this story about a session at the meeting.

Fisheries forensics: Tracing fish from ocean to fork to fight crime

Terra, Oregon State University
November 2013

I had the opportunity to profile an undergraduate researcher for Terra’s website. Terra is Oregon State University’s research magazine that highlights the amazing science going on at the school. Courtney Jackson does marine biology research on Oregon’s coast, and was kind enough to allow me to tag along and get some photos for the story, too!

Swimming with Sharks [pdf]

History of Science at Oregon State University
Winter Quarter 2013

Originally written as an extra credit essay in the style of a blog post, the department decided to post it on their blog! SCARC, Oregon State’s Special Collections and Archives Research Center, is home to a number of rare books that are important pieces of science’s history. This post highlight’s one of the collection’s many volumes.

Exploring SCARC: Lavoisier’s Traité élémentaire de chimie [pdf]

Science Writing (WR 362), Oregon State University
Fall Quarter 2011 | Instructor: Sara Jameson

We were asked to write several articles in the style of a popular science magazine of our choice. All of my articles were written “for” Discover Magazine and included a profile of my friend Zoë Rogers (now a graduate student at Stanford) and an analysis of modern taxonomy.

Linnaeus, Lost And Found
Rock ‘n Roll ‘n Research

The 83rd National FFA Convention, Indianapolis, IN
News Crew Intern, October 2011

Dave Roever Brings Inspiring Stories and a Message of Hope
Native Voices: Connecting Cultures in FFA

Writing With Style (WR 323), Oregon State University
Spring Quarter 2011 | Instructor: Sara Jameson 

We studied magazines known for their distinctive writing styles, including The New Yorker and Mother Jones. We wrote articles in these styles and formatted them to match our intended publications.

Hot Under the Radio Collar
Brewing a Culture of Craft

The 82nd National FFA Convention, Indianapolis, IN
News Crew Intern, October 2010

A World of Their Own (featured in Making a Difference, an online educator resource publication)
Josh Shipp Tells FFA Member to “Avoid the Average”
FFA Members and Rodeo Pros Connect at Rodeo Sports Career Connection
FFA Chapters Team With Carhartt, Tractor Supply Company and Alumni to Fight Hunger 

21W.732 (Introduction to Scientific and Technical Communication), MIT
Spring Semester 2009 | Instructor: Janis Melvold

Our major assignments included a proposal for a museum exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science, a pair of reviews of a current exhibit at the museum, and an autobiographical piece.

Pizza: From Plowing to Plates (Design Proposal)
New England Habitats Exhibit Review: An Analytical Report

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