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The master's degree program in science and technology journalism
(STJR) at Texas A&M University prepares students for careers as
writers and editors in science, technology, and medicine. Open to
candidates with scientific or other backgrounds, it includes course
work in both science journalism and science. Students choose
between an internship track and a thesis track. For information,
please contact the program coordinator, Barbara Gastel, MD by clicking here.
When Emily Roberge was a graduate
student in genetics, her classmates often noted her skill at
explaining scientific concepts. Deciding to apply this skill to a
career in science communication, Em...
Growing up in Mumbai, India, Roma
Subramanian dreamed of a career where she could combine her
training in the sciences and her passion for writing. Today she is
a PhD student at the University...
When Naveed Saleh graduated from medical school in
2006, he knew his path would be unconventional. Today, as a
graduate of the STJR program, he is a freelance writer and editor
who published a...
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