Alec Luhn, 2020-2021 Scripps Fellow

Five Questions for the Fellows: Alec Luhn

Feb. 27, 2021

As part of the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, award-winning journalists have been coming to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more — taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to...

Portrait of Amanda Mascarelli. Photo Credit: RJ Sangosti

Five Questions for the Fellows: Amanda Mascarelli

Jan. 26, 2021

As part of the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, award-winning journalists have been coming to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more — taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to...

Stacy Feldman Portrait - Copyright Stacy Feldman

Five Questions for the Fellows Interview: Stacy Feldman

Dec. 11, 2020

As part of the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, award-winning journalists have been coming to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more — taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to...

Scripps Fellow Grace Hood

Five Questions for the Fellows: Grace Hood

Dec. 1, 2020

As part of the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, award-winning journalists have been coming to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more — taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to...

Portrait of RJ Sangosti

Five Questions for the Fellows: RJ Sangosti

Nov. 13, 2020

As part of the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, award-winning journalists have been coming to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more−taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to get to...

Fellowship

Welcome to the Newest Class of Scripps Fellows!

July 15, 2020

The Center for Environmental Journalism is proud to welcome its 24th class of Ted Scripps Fellows in Environmental Journalism! This year's fellows are Stacy Feldman, Grace Hood, Alec Luhn, Amanda Mascarelli, and RJ Sangosti. The group brings a depth of experience across a range of media, with backgrounds covering local...

Miller Discover story

Connections Made During Scripps Fellowship at CU Boulder Lead Stephen R. Miller to Unexpected Travel and Story

June 19, 2020

Former Scripps Fellow Stephen R. Miller hadn't initially planned to travel to Bangladesh, but connections he made at CU Boulder showed him that what was happening there was crucial to the book idea he was researching as a fellow. So, in August of 2019, Miller flew to Dhaka and happened...

CEJ JIR 2020-22

CEJ Welcomes New Journalists in Residence

In September 2017, the Center for Environmental Journalism welcomed an inaugural group of Scholars-in-Residence. This program, which we have renamed Journalists in Residence, hosts local working journalists who serve for two years at the CEJ—serving as resources for the Ted Scripps Fellows, students and CEJ leadership; contributing to new programs...

Joe Fassler

Five Questions for the Fellows: Joe Fassler

Feb. 22, 2020

The CEJ Scripps Fellowship has been bringing award-winning environmental journalists to CU Boulder for 21 years. Fellows embark on a year of courses, projects, field trips, seminars and more -- taking advantage of everything university life has to offer. This series is a chance to get to know this year’s...

David Mayfield, founder of Catch the King

Former Scripps Fellow Founds World’s Largest Environmental Survey

Feb. 14, 2020

This year, former Scripps Fellow David Mayfield’s project, Catch the King, set an official Guinness World Record as the world’s largest environmental survey. Catch the King, which was founded in Hampton Roads, VA, uses citizen science to collect GPS flood data in coastal Virginia. During astronomical high tides (the highest...

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