The new fellows include a CNN producer and nationally-known book authors and magazine journalists. Their work has appeared in such outlets as The Atlantic, National Geographic, The New York Times, Outside Magazine and more.
Five former Ted Scripps Fellows—David Baron, Scott Carney, Erin Espelie, Michael Kodas and Hannah Nordhaus—sat down together to discuss the whys and hows of nonfiction book writing at the first ever Center for Environmental Journalism book publishing panel.
The University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism celebrates its 25th anniversary this month, as well as the 20th anniversary of the Ted Scripps Environmental Journalism Fellowship. The center, established in 1992, has hosted the Ted Scripps Fellowships since the 1997-98 academic year. For more than two decades, the...
The Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism gives five exceptional journalists an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of environmental science and report on topics of their choosing. The journalists selected for the 2016-17 Ted Scripps Fellowship bring a diverse set of experiences and interests to CU Boulder and the Center for Environmental Journalism.
Jonny Waldman won the 2016 Colorado Book Award for his book "Rust: The Longest War." Waldman developed the idea for the book and wrote early portions while participating in the Scripps Fellowship at CU-Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism.