The Science Writers
Graham Gillette has been writing about health care, power generation, the environment, water, politics, and life for over thirty years. His writing specialties include advocacy, reporting, public policy, and technical writing. He has been a spokesperson for numerous corporate and not-for-profit organizations. Graham's work has been published in local and national publications both under his name and as a ghostwriter. Graham grew up in Florida, spent time working in Washington, D.C., lives in Iowa, and spends as much time as possible in Northern Minnesota.
Chris Reeves is a science and environmental journalist based in New England. His writing explores society’s interdependent relationship with nature and the research behind it. Chris draws upon experience in marine ecology and environmental education to deliver unique perspectives on the sometimes difficult, sometimes funny ways that we are connected with our world, especially with the ocean. Chris earned a B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an M.A. in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University.
Sue is the author of Shenandoah: A Story of Conservation and Betrayal. She writes about her passions: history, travel, hiking, nature, landscapes, and life. She has also written about food, health, and medicine. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Washingtonian, other newspapers and magazines, literary journals, and peer-review journals, and has been listed as “Notable Essays of the Year” in The Best American Essays. She teaches at the Johns Hopkins University M.A. in Writing Program and the M.A. in Science Writing Programs.