Freelance journalist who has negotiated contracts with dozens of publications
Hillary Rosner is a science journalist specializing in long-form stories about the environment. She writes for Wired, National Geographic, The New York Times, Scientific American, Discover, High Country News, Ensia, and many other venues. She was a 2010 Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT and a 2012 fellow of the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Her work has won awards from NASW, SEJ, and AAAS. Beginning in January 2015, Hillary will be joining the faculty of the S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she'll be helping to launch a new program in science and sustainability journalism.