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2011 Science in Society Awards announced
Date:9/14/2011

and with dignity."

The final judging committee consisted of Robert Lee Hotz, science columnist for The Wall Street Journal; Robert Irion, Director of the Science Communication Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz; and Carl Zimmer, a noted freelance science writer. The Science in Society awards committee was chaired by Robert Finn, Assignment Editor for Medscape Medical News, and Dan Ferber, a freelance science journalist. In addition to the final committee, NASW thanks the volunteers who served on preliminary screening committees: Jill Adams (freelance), Siri Carpenter (freelance), Catherine Clabby (American Scientist magazine), Jennie Dusheck (freelance), Dan Ferber (freelance), Ann Finkbeiner (freelance), Robert Finn (Medscape Medical News), Josh Fischman (The Chronicle of Higher Education), Lauren Gravitz (freelance), Emily Laber-Warren, (City University of New York Health & Science Reporting Program), Robin Lloyd (Scientific American), Rosie Mestel (Los Angeles Times), Julie Rehmeyer (freelance), Cheryl Weinstock (freelance), Alexandra Witze (Science News).

Entries for next year's competition, for material published or broadcast in 2011, are due February 1, 2012. Entry forms will be available at www.nasw.org in December 2011.


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Contact: Tinsley Davis
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510-647-9500
National Association of Science Writers
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