We will soon be posting the daily schedule, which will include a special appearance by science historian David C. Cassidy. Though there are still openings left, we encourage you to apply soon.
We’ve accepted 30 people, leaving approximately 15 openings.
23 people are now enrolled in the workshop, so we are nearing half full. Please let us know if you applied and have not heard back.
Fifteen people have been given early acceptance into the workshop. We look forward to the next wave of applications. While there is no official deadline, we encourage you to apply early to ensure your choice of instructor and lodging at Inn of the Governors.
Applications are coming in at a steady pace. We’ll be responding to the first batch next week.
We are now taking applications for the 2014 workshop with Joel Achenbach, Sandra Blakeslee, Guy Gugliotta, George Johnson, and Michelle Nijhuis.
We are in the process of choosing next year’s instructors and will be making an announcement soon.
The next workshop will be May 5 to 10, 2014.
Anne and Doug Dechow, Writing in General and Science Writing in Particular: The New York Times
Amanda Niehaus, Where It’s At
Josh Witten, Bandelier National Monument
Ling Wong, Einstein’s Brain: What Tales Does it Tell?
Rebecca Schwarzlose, Garden of the Mind
We look forward to seeing you all on Monday evening. We’ve emailed everyone some airplane reading — links to additional material you can read before the lectures. Anyone looking to share rides from the airport can post a notice on the bulletin board (we emailed everyone the password) or use the Twitter hashtag that we sent you. Our Twitter address: https://twitter.com/SantaFeSciwrite.