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A positive external review, internships here and abroad, and
continued job-placement success have highlighted 2013 for the STJR
program. Applications have been arriving for 2014, and the program
looks forward to more.
At Texas A&M University, each program undergoes external
review every 7 years. In spring 2013, the STJR program underwent
review. Beforehand, it pre... (Read More)
First-year STJR student Mary Beth Schaefer recently attended the
2013 Beckman Initiative for Macular Research (BIMR) Conference in
Irvine, California, as a science writing scholar.
The conference, held by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation
on January 24-26, included breakout sessions where
multidisciplinary groups tackled challenges relating to atrophic
m... (Read More)
An article by recent STJR graduate Bernard Appiah has been
recognized as the most-read article appearing on the Science
and Development Network website (SciDev.Net) in 2012.
article, titled "Intercropping 'boosts maize yields by 50 per
cent,'" achieved this status despite being published late in the
year. The article
"went viral" on reddit.com... (Read More)
STJR master's students are keeping busy this fall with courses,
internships, assistantships, and travel. Meanwhile, inquiries about
2013 entry are arriving.
The core STJR
courses this fall are
Issues in Science and Technology Journalism
Reporting Science and Technology
The STJR elective Biomedical Reporting also is being given, and
two students are... (Read More)
Greetings to all as spring semester begins.
Fall-semester highlights for the STJR program included the
Roma Subramanian very successfully defended her master's
thesis. The topic was best practices of journalists winning awards
for mental-health reporting.
The front page of the Texas A&M student newspaper
repeatedly featured science storie... (Read More)
STJR student Christina Sumners' dream was to work with NOVA. Her
internship allowed her to do so.
This summer, Christina went to Boston to do a 10-week internship
at NOVA. This science-themed television series has won multiple
awards since it started in 1974. It is produced by WGBH, a leading
public television station.
"I had an amazing time," Christina said... (Read More)
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