Thanks to everyone for a wonderful workshop, strange weather and all. We hope everyone got home safely. Please stay in touch.
Two science journalists will join us to talk about their careers:
Rhitu Chatterjee, a contributing correspondent for Public Radio International’s The World, and Christie Aschwanden, the lead science writer at FiveThirtyEight and a health columnist for The Washington Post. Both are currently journalism fellows at the Santa Fe Institute.
We’ve posted the class list.
We’ve posted an update to the daily schedule — almost done.
We’re now taking applications for the waiting list. With the workshop six weeks away, it is still likely that we will have openings. If you applied but haven’t heard back please let us know. And if you plan to stay at Inn of the Governors, it is important to reserve right away by telephone at (800) 234-4534. Tell them you will be attending the Santa Fe Science Writing Workshop. They will ask for one night’s deposit by check or credit card to hold your room.
Because of unforeseeable circumstances, Denise Grady has had to withdraw from this year’s workshop. We are grateful for her help in quickly finding a replacement of equal stature as a medical reporter — Denise’s New York Times colleague, Pam Belluck. You can read her impressive credentials here: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/b/pam_belluck/index.html
As of today we still have a few openings. We will be posting the instructor assignments soon.
We’ve published a preliminary daily schedule, subject to some rearranging and with a few blanks to fill.
We’ll be posting a preliminary schedule early next week.
We still have a few openings left.
We’ve accepted 42 people into the workshop. We’ve decided to take 45, so that leaves three openings (and possibly a couple of more as cancellations occur).
We’ve accepted 36 people into the workshop. Please apply soon.