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2012-2013 Academic Year
Tony Barboza is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. He has worked for the paper’s metro section since 2006. In the last two years Barboza has taken on the California Coast beat, writing about oceanfront development, water pollution, marine life, public beach access and rising sea levels along California’s 1,100-mile coastline. He previously worked at the Claremont Courier and as an intern at High Country News. Barboza earned a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Pomona College.
Tristan Baurick is a reporter for the Kitsap Sun in Bremerton, Wash. He joined the paper in 2010, and has written investigative features on subjects ranging from landslides to superfund sites. During the last decade he has written for various papers in Oregon, Washington and Canada. He also edited the Broom--a quarterly magazine about environmental issues in Puget Sound. He has a graduate diploma in journalism from Concordia University in Montreal and a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from Evergreen State College.
Katy Daigle is an Associated Press correspondent based in New Delhi. She has covered news for AP for more than 12 years, including stints on AP’s international desk in New York and on the Europe & Africa desk in London. Most recently, she has been covering environmental issues in South Asia. Daigle has also worked as a stringer for Newsweek International, a reporter for The Moscow Times, and a copy editor on journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She has a BS in journalism from Northwestern University and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Becky Kramer is a natural resources and energy reporter for The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash. Kramer began her 14-year career at the paper covering North Idaho’s transition from a mining and timber economy and has covered issues such as affordable housing. She then transitioned to an environmental beat. Kramer previously worked as a reporter for two other Washington-based papers: the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin and The Highline Times News. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Pacific Lutheran University.
Jerry Redfern is a full-time freelance photojournalist. Since 2001 his emphasis has been on environmental and social issues in Southeast Asia. His work has included child labor in Cambodia and the aftermath of American bombs in Laos. His photos have appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Der Spiegel, among others. He has contributed to four book projects, is a fellow with the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and has worked as a news photographer in the West. He has a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Montana.