We have three openings left. Please apply soon.
We’ve posted a preliminary schedule.
There are now 8 positions left. We will be posting the daily schedule soon. Meanwhile if you need information on starting and ending times, please see the schedule for last year. We will be following the same format.
Also please make your reservation at Inn of the Governors so we can be sure of our room count.
Just 11 openings are left now.
Enrollment is now at 31, so there are 14 spaces left . . .
We’ve accepted 27 people. That leaves 18 openings.
So far we’ve accepted 18 people into the May workshop. That puts us close to half filled. We look forward to the next round of applications.
We’ve sent out the first batch of acceptance notices to early applicants. Please let us know if you applied but haven’t heard back. There is still plenty of time to apply.
We are now taking applications for the 21st annual Santa Fe
Science Writing Workshop, which will begin on Monday evening, May 2, 2016, and run through Saturday morning, May 7, in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico.
To apply please go to our website.
This year’s instructors are
• Michael Specter, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of Denialism: How Irrational Thinking Hinders Scientific Progress, Harms the Planet, and Threatens Our Lives
• Rhitu Chatterjee, a contributing correspondent for Public Radio International whose work has also appeared in Science magazine and on NPR
• David Corcoran, longtime editor of Science Times and editor of The New York Times Book of Science: More than 150 Years of Groundbreaking Scientific Coverage
The Santa Fe Science Writing Workshop is a 501c3 nonprofit.