SHERP students benefit from an extensive and tight-knit alumni network in seeking advice, internships and jobs. There’s also a lively SHERP-only e-mail listserv; if you’re a graduate or a current student, you can join the discussion. Many of our alumni, students and faculty are on Twitter, so follow us!
More than 170 alumni, students and friends of SHERP gathered in the fall of 2012 to celebrate our 30th anniversary, which included a panel discussion (watch the video!) with best-selling authors Rebecca Skloot and Mary Roach and Radiolab creator Jad Abumrad. In 2007, we celebrated our 25th anniversary with a full day of events, including a symposium on artificial life featuring famed geneticist J. Craig Venter and the debut of a ten-minute video about the history of SHERP.
SHERP and SERP, Year by Year, Counting Backwards…
The list below reflects the last known professional position held by each SHERP and SERP graduate all the way back to the first classes in the 1980s. (We added the ‘H’ in 2005 to reflect the program’s longtime emphasis on health and medical journalism.) Please send updates and corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHERP 33 (2014-15)
Lydia Chain, multimedia editor, Scientific American; science writer and producer.
Chelsey Coombs, social editor, The Weather Company; science writer and producer.
Katherine Foley, staff health and science writer, Quartz; science writer.
Jennifer Hackett, associate editor, MATH Magazine; science writer.
Shannon Hall, science writer.
Rebecca Harrington, staff writer, Business Insider; science writer.
JoAnna Klein, contributor, New York Times Science Desk; science writer.
Nicole Lou, staff writer, MedPage Today; science writer.
Hanneke Weitering, staff writer and producer,Space.com; science writer.
Stephanie Yin, intern, New York Times Science Desk; science writer, illustrator and animator.
Lauren Young, editorial fellow, Atlas Obscura; technology and science writer.
Visit their student profiles page to see how they described themselves in 2014.
SHERP 32 (2013-14)
Becca Cudmore, contributing writer, Audubon; science and environmental writer.
Kathryn Free, science writer and producer.
Chelsea Harvey, contributing blogger, Washington Post; science and environmental writer.
Joshua Krisch, staff writer, Vocativ; science writer.
Sarah Lewin, staff writer, Space.com; science writer.
Jillian Rose Lim, editorial director, Freshly.
Claire Maldarelli, assistant editor, Popular Science; science writer and producer.
Elizabeth Newbern, staff reporter, GenomeWeb; science writer.
Hannah Newman, editorial associate, Recovery Brands; science writer.
Amy Nordrum, staff writer, IEEE Spectrum; science writer.
Alex Ossola, contributing writer, Popular Science; science writer and producer.
Neel Patel, staff writer, Inverse; science writer.
Krystnell Storr, associate editor, McMahon Publishing; science writer.
Manasi Vaidya, staff writer, BioPharm Insight; science writer.
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SHERP 31 (2012-13)
Kate Baggaley, science and environmental writer.
Caitlin Davis, brand awareness specialist, CyberSN.
Rachel Feltman, staff science blogger, Washington Post; science writer.
Joss Fong, senior editorial producer, Vox.
Ben Guarino, staff science writer, Washington Post; science writer.
Andy Han, staff writer, GenomeWeb; producer and writer.
William Herkewitz, senior outreach and communications specialist, USAID-Rwanda; science writer.
Katie Hiler, assistant producer, Science Friday; science writer and radio reporter.
Roni Jacobson, medical writer.
Sarah Jacoby, associate editor for health and science, Refinery29.
Alexa Kurzius, assistant editor, DynaMath; science writer.
Lily Hay Newman, staff science and technology writer, Slate.
Arielle Duhaime-Ross, environmental correspondent, Vice on HBO.
Naveena Sadasivam, staff writer, Texas Observer; science writer.
Nick Stockton, staff writer, Wired.
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SHERP 30 (2011-12)
Emma Bryce, environmental blogger, The Guardian.
Jon Chang, senior production associate, World Science Festival.
Kathryn Doyle, science and medical writer.
Laura Geggel, senior staff writer, LiveScience; science writer.
Justine Hausheer, science writer and editor, The Nature Conservancy; science and environmental writer.
Miriam Kramer, assistant science editor and senior space reporter, Mashable.
Taylor Kubota, associate producer, KRCB-TV and radio; science writer.
Virat Markandeya, science writer.
Susan Matthews, senior science editor, Slate; science writer and producer.
Allison McCann, staff visual journalist, 538; science and technology journalist.
Benjamin Plackett, staff science writer, Al-Fanar Media; science writer and producer.
Kelly Slivka, writer.
Ashley Taylor, writer.
Kate Yandell, associate editor, Cancer Today; science writer.
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SHERP 29 (2010-11)
Joseph Bennington-Castro, science writer.
Francie Diep, staff writer, Pacific Standard; science writer.
Stephanie Warren Drimmer, science writer and author.
Rose Eveleth, producer, ESPN “30 for 30” podcasts; writer, producer and designer.
Sarah Fecht, assistant editor, Popular Science; science writer.
Joanna Foster, environmental writer.
Mary Beth Griggs, contributing writer, Popular Science; science writer.
Lena Groeger, news app developer, ProPublica; science writer and designer.
Madeleine Johnson, editor, GenomeWeb; science writer.
Ritchie King, staff visual journalist, 538; science writer and data journalist.
Douglas Main, staff science writer, Newsweek.
Rachel Nuwer, science writer and author.
Katie Palmer, senior associate editor, Wired; science writer.
Sabrina Richards, science writer, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Madhu Venkataramanan, staff technology correspondent, The Financial Times.
Amber Williams, associate editor, Scientific American.
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SHERP 28 (2009-10)
Ariel Bleicher, senior editor, Nautilus.
Michael Easter, associate editor, Men’s Health.
Emily Elert, staff writer/editor/director, MinuteEarth; science writer.
Zachary Gottlieb, front end developer, Signafire.
Mara Grunbaum, editor, SuperScience Magazine; science writer and author.
Ferris Jabr, science writer.
Alyson Kenward, staff scientist and journalist, Climate Central; science writer.
Olivia Koski, cofounder and head of digital strategy, Guerilla Science.
Alex Liu, science writer, producer and videographer.
Mike Orcutt, research editor, Technology Review; science writer and editor.
Katie Peek, data visualization creator, science editor and writer.
Genevra Pittman, assistant Perspective editor, New England Journal of Medicine.
Valerie Ross, content strategist, Facebook.
Anna Rothschild, digital associate producer, NOVA.
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SHERP 27 (2008-09)
Allison Bond Kotru, resident, Massachusetts General Hospital; medical writer.
Shelley DuBois, principal, Hall Strategies.
Crystal Gammon, science writer and editor, Washington University in St. Louis.
Rob Goodier, science and environmental writer, videographer and photographer.
Brett Israel, senior communications manager, University of California, Berkeley.
Fred Jølving, health and science journalist.
Lindsey Konkel, science and environmental writer.
Dave Levitan, staff science writer, FactCheck.org; environmental and medical writer.
Erik Ortlip, science and technology writer.
Lynne Peeples, science, health and environmental writer.
Rachael Rettner, staff reporter, MyHealthNewsDaily.com.
Carina Storrs, science and health writer.
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SHERP 26 (2007-08)
Molly Ashford, staff editor, GenomeWeb; science writer, producer and illustrator.
Stuart Fox, content designer, ESI Design.
Andrew Grant, online editor, Physics Today.
Adam Hadhazy, science writer.
Karina Hamalainen, editor, DynaMath.
Monica Heger, contributing editor, GenomeWeb; science writer.
Christopher Intagliata, senior producer, Science Friday.
Susannah F. Locke, associate editor, Vox.
Natalie Peretsman Lucas, program manager, The New Teacher Project.
Rachel Mahan, documentation writer, Salesforce; design research consultant and editor.
Eric R. Olson, multimedia producer, Nature PBS/WNET; science producer and editor.
Greg Soltis, religion teacher, Holy Child School at Rosemont.
Victoria Stern, contributing editor, Scientific American; science writer.
Katherine Tweed, environmental and technology writer, senior writer, Greentech Media.
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SHERP 25 (2006-07)
Andrea Anderson, senior science reporter, GenomeWeb Daily News; science writer.
Lindsey Bewley McCann, science writer, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Emily Driscoll, science documentary director and producer.
Jeremy Hsu, science writer; blogger, Discover.
Jennifer Moser Jurling, content strategist, Study.com; writer and editor.
Meredith Knight, science writer.
Ben Leach, digital content specialist, The Wistar Institute.
Rachele Cooper Lenehan, director, Reingold Communications.
Morgen Peck, science writer.
Kristin Phillips, science writer, School of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin.
Josh Romero, senior interactive editor, IEEE Spectrum.
Peter Sergo, medical writer and editor, Springer Healthcare.
Molly Webster, producer, Radiolab.
Erica Westly, science writer and author.
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SHERP 24 (2005-06)
Sabina Borza, medical writer and editor.
Susan Cosier, managing editor for online, OnEarth.
Ciara Curtin, contributing editor, GenomeWeb.
Kristina Fiore, associate editor, MedPage Today; medical writer.
Bob Grant, senior editor, The Scientist.
Andrew Klein, editor, MATH Magazine.
Julie Leibach, managing editor for online, Science Friday.
Melissa Mahony, senior editor, OnEarth.
Karen Schrock, news editor, Scientific American Mind; science writer and editor.
Alison Snyder, senior editorial producer, The Washington Post.
Andrea Thompson, senior climate writer, Climate Central.
Melinda Wenner Moyer, science writer.
Edyta Zielinska, science writer, Thomas Jefferson University.
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SHERP 23 (2004-05)
Lauren Aaronson, contributing editor, Popular Science; exhibit researcher, Liberty Science Center.
Corey Binns, science writer.
Michelle Bryner, associate editor, Chemical Week.
Bjorn Carey, deputy director of science communications and special projects, Stanford University.
Cody Crane, associate editor, Science World.
Cecilia Marie Dobbs, head of product discovery and user experience, The Guardian.
Leilani Gallardo, communications consultant, Tetra Tech ARD.
Sara Goudarzi, writer; contributing editor, Science World.
Rebecca (Becky) Kessler, constributing editor, Mongabay; science writer.
Maria Kolesnikova, staff reporter, Bloomberg News.
Abby Leonard, producer, Al Jazeera America.
Brandon Miller, journal development associate, American Institute of Physics; musician.
Todd Neale, senior medical editor/writer and senior associate news editor, TCTMD.com.
Finale Patel, interactive account manager, G2 Worldwide.
Jessica Steyers, masters student, NYU Silver School of Social Work.
Ker Hueng Than, associate director of communications, Stanford University School of Earth Sciences; science writer.
SHERP 22 (2003-04)
Querida Anderson, editor in chief, BioPharm Insight.
Caitlin Cox, senior medical editor/writer, Cardiovascular Research Foundation; associate news editor, TCTMD.com.
Aimee Cunningham, science writer.
Jessica Ebert, senior lecturer and web editor, North Dakota State University.
Emily Hager, staff video journalist, The New York Times; video instructor, SHERP.
Shan Li, communication specialist, Jenel Management.
Donald Monroe, science and technology writer.
Michael Mooney, postgraduate researcher in bioinformatics, Oregon Health and Science University.
Olga Norstrom, social media analyst, Marketeching Solutions; freelance writer.
Prachi Patel, technology writer, editor and radio reporter.
Michael Schirber, science writer.
Meghan Smith, producer, Bravo TV.
SERP 21 (2002-03)
Raena Blumenthal, program manager, Colorado Brownfields Foundation.
Jeanna Bryner, managing editor, LiveScience.com.
Lindsay Carswell, dive instructor and co-owner, Wet Set Diving Adventure.
Joan Malespina, writer.
Britt Norlander van der Woude, writer and editor.
Stephanie Riesenman, writer.
Namrita Talwar, associate information officer, United Nations.
Sarah Zielinski, freelance science writer and editor.
SERP 20 (2001-02)
Alexi Baker, post-doctoral researcher in history of science, Cambridge University.
Vivienne Caballero, junior programme officer, United Nations Development Programme.
Annachiara Danieli, staff writer, Il Nuovo Friuli, Italy.
Graciela Flores, senior editor, Natural History; science writer.
Dana Frisch, physician and medical writer.
Diana Jong, attorney, Foley Hoag.
Kristen Kresge, managing editor, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative Report.
Jesse Logan, multimedia copywriter.
Tariq Malik, managing editor, space.com.
Gregory Mone, novelist and science writer.
Atsushi Tomita, doctoral student in human geography and research assistant, CUNY.
Amanda Urban, nurse practitioner, SAIC-Frederick.
Clementine Wallace, science writer.
SERP 19 (2000-01)
Julia Karow, editor, In Sequence and Clinical Sequencing News at GenomeWeb.
Sara Kuzmarov, associate producer, CBS News.
Diane Lanigan, strategies applications director, National Kidney Foundation.
Aude Lecrubier, journalist, Medscape France.
Alison McCook, editor, Retraction Watch.
J.R. Minkel. (deceased)
Heather Sparks, content writer, Ready State.
Kirsten Weir, science writer.
SERP 18 (1999-2000)
Christen Brownlee, freelance science writer.
Whitney Clavin, science writer, NASA-Spitzer Science Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Meredith Fisher, showrunner and executive producer, Bray Entertainment.
Laurie Ann Goldman, science writer and artist.
Patricia Hemminger, science and environmental writer.
Agnes Kolor, writer.
Keely Savoie, media relations specialist, Mount Holyoke College; science and medical writer.
Trevor William Thieme, senior editor, Men’s Health; science writer.
SERP 17 (1998-99)
Holger Matthias Breithaupt, senior editor for science and society, EMBO Reports, European Molecular Biology Organization.
Thomas James Clarke, science reporter, Channel 4 News (U.K.).
Lisa Drayer, nutritional counselor; health reporter; columnist, Women’s Health.
Rene Ebersole, features editor, Audubon.
Amy Erickson, science writer.
Tien-Shun Lee, founder, Earth to City, Ecuador.
Apoorva Mandavilli, editor in chief, Spectrum; internship coordinator, SHERP.
Marci Mikesell, senior medical writer, Peleton Advantage.
Reetpaul Rana (deceased)
Jenette Restivo, director of media and communications, Primary Care Progress.
Nada Mangialetti Rose, clinical psychologist; science and health writer.
Joanna Rudnick, documentary filmmaker; development director, Kartemquin Films.
Hope Vanderberg, freelance editor, SFARI.org.
SERP 16 (1997-98)
Michael Albano, associate producer, Fox Business Network
Sophia Cariati, writer.
Yu-tzu Chiu, Taipei correspondent, Bureau of National Affairs.
Karina Chobanyan, line producer, CNN Headline News.
Chad Cohen, producer, National Geographic Television.
Andy Gannon, medical writer and scientific director, ACUMED health care communucations.
Sharon Guynup, science and environmental writer and photographer.
Martha Jordan Heil, science communicator, Maryland NanoCenter.
Cat Lazaroff, associate director, Resource Media.
David S. Levin, financial editor, The Capital Group Companies.
Samuel Moore, senior associate editor, IEEE Spectrum.
Christopher Morrison, editor-in-chief, biopharmaceuticals and consumer products, Elsevier Business Intelligence.
Margaret Ann Quigley, writer.
Bijal Trivedi, science writer and editor.
SERP 15 (1996-97)
Charles Bergquist, producer/director, Science Friday.
Christopher Dickey, international development consultant.
Odette Frey, science editor, Swiss Public Radio.
Unmesh Kher, science writer, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research.
Carol Kopf, health writer.
Ken Macdonald, writer.
Kathleen (Kat) McGowan, special projects editor, Discover; editor and writer.
Kathleen O’Reilly, writer.
Barry Seidman, science writer.
Debra Summers Goldstein, medical writer.
SERP 14 (1995-96)
Barbara Bischof, program manager, National Oceanographic Partnership Program; ocean researcher and photographer.
Geri Clark, medical writer and children’s book author.
Erica Garcia Rualo, director of digital content and communications, TIAA-CREF.
Alison Ginsberg, producer, CNN.
Cheryl Harris, analyst, Government Accountability Office.
Annette Heist, freelance writer and radio producer.
Lucia Huelamo, Marisol Ares, Spain.
Mary Sidney Kelly-Harbert, investigator, Southern Center for Human Rights.
Peter Modica, senior v.p. and director of U.S. healthcare editorial services, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide.
Gretel Schueller, environmental writer, associate professor of journalism, SUNY-Plattsburgh.
Gunjan Sinha, science writer.
Dan Vergano, science writer, Buzzfeed News.
Suzanne Zolfo, director of planned giving and major gifts, Braille Instutute.
SERP 13 (1994-95)
Esther Buterman, director of communications, Ramaz School.
Brenda Goodman Craig, medical writer and editor.
Chaz Godwin, national account manager, healthcare group, Multivu.
Troy Goodman, operations specialist, BBVA compass.
Kal Szigeti, documentation manager, SunGard Energy Solutions.
Alison Levine, director, planned gifts, Earthjustice.
Cynthia Pereira, vice president of editorial services, Asante Communications.
Steven Vames, reporter, DowJones Newswires.
Karin Vergoth, producer, Science Friday.
Bob Wallace, master teacher of science, general studies program, New York University.
William Winkler, Car Stereo Review.
SERP 12 (1993-94)
Estee Lee Dardik-Lichter, science writer.
Gloribel Esquilin Delgado, writer, screenwriter, Puerto Rico.
Karen de Seve, science writer and exhibition developer.
Peter Doskoch, senior editor, Guttmacher Institute.
Daniel Drollette Jr., science writer; associate editor, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Peter R. Fairley, energy, environment and technology writer.
Thomas Ferraro, news editor, Al Jazeera America.
Pam Frost Gorder, assistant director of research communications, Ohio State University; science writer.
Julia (Ferraro) Kozakova, writer.
Hui-Chen Lin, science writer.
Antonio Regalado, science writer, business editor, Technology Review.
Jacqueline Stanfill (Olsen), communications director, GeoTrans.
William Wills, science writer.
SERP 11 (1992-93)
Damaris Christensen, post-graduate fellow, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; health writer.
Kristin Choo, science writer.
Josie Glausiusz-Kluger, author, writer and editor.
Yvonne (Miller) Halee, producer, CBS News.
John Kincaid, director of scientific communications, Alexion Pharmaceuticals.
Theres Luthi, science editor, NZZ am Sonntag, Switzerland.
Judy (Pantel) Silverman, science producer, NBC News.
Peter Svensson, owner, Baltic Spot, Sweden.
Theresa Tamkins, executive editor, Health.com.
SERP 10 (1991-92)
Grace Begany, technology project consultant.
Seán Christopher Duke, editor and co-founder, Science Spin, Ireland.
Sunja (Sunny) Edmunds, internet strategy consultant.
Nancy Finton, content editor, Core K12 Education; educational consultant.
Jason Kahn (deceased)
Beth Ann Meehan, mortgage officer, Cape Cod 5.
Suzuki Noriko Takezaki, director of Japan operations, Basis Technology.
SERP 9 (1990-91)
Elizabeth Azar, writer, American Psychological Association.
Laura Carter, managing editor, NIH Catalyst.
David Davis, project manager, HDR Inc.
Donald B. Marti Jr., backend lead, teampatent.com.
Jane Newman, health care content strategist and project manager.
Robert Service, northwest correspondent, Science.
Ben Stein, managing editor, National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Melissa Stewart, children’s book author.
Chana Freiman Stiefel, director of public relations, Ma’ayanot School; children’s book author and writer.
Fleur Templeton, senior communications advisor, Otago University; writer.
Kathryn Kittridge Bush White, associate producer, The Chedd-Angier Production Co.
Nira Worcman, corporate communications, Brazil.
SERP 8 (1989-90)
Debra Brinson, senior technical writer, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Kristine Caggiano Garland, public affairs officer, Navy Recruiting Command.
Vernon Church, vice president of operations, TMP Worldwide.
Regina Fitzsimmons, associate editor, Scientific American.
Elisabeth Kirschner, writer, drugstore.com.
Guillermo Metz, green building and renewable energy coordinator, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County.
Mary Raffalli, producer, CBS News.
Kathy Svitil, co-director of news and lead science writer, California Institute of Technology.
Andrea Lynne Taylor, public information coordinator, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Center.
Bruno Tedeschi, principal, Jaffe Communications.
Laura Worsham, photographer.
SERP 7 (1988-89)
Ted Allen, cookbook author and television host.
Meg Campbell, science writer.
Maria T. Crocitto, CEO, Advantage Communications.
David Fishman, CEO, TV Guide.
Rosie Zaloum Foster, medical writer and editor, Foster Medical Editorial.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Hanson, writer.
Anita Jacobo, senior sales manager, MEDA Pharmaceuticals.
Gary Klinger, assistant professor, St. Francis College.
Karen (Kay) Locitzer, science writer.
Michele Opanowicz-Brady, director of information design, Information Builders.
David Siegel, science writer.
Stefanie Silverman, artist.
Karen McNulty Walsh, principal media and communications specialist, Brookhaven National Laboratory.
SERP 6 (1987-88)
Jeffrey Brune, director, Campbell Creek Science Center.
Catherine Dold, health and science writer.
Anita Flanagan, science writer.
Timothy Folger, science writer; contributing editor, Discover; series editor, “Best American Science and Nature Writing.”
Elizabeth (Beth) Hanson, science writer.
Hildy Rubin, documentary writer and producer.
Brianna Politzer Stevens, health and medical writer; product marketing manager, MokaFive.
Jane Treuhold, attorney.
Marisa Venegas, television producer.
Luba Vikhanski, science writer, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel; science writer and author.
SERP 5 (1986-87)
Sarah Tilyou Albaneze, managing editor, McMahon Publishing Group.
Jani D. Bergan, senior editorial specialist, WTO Group.
Kellyn Betts, science, environmental, health and technology writer.
John Carpi, president, Strategic Medical Initiatives.
Christian Coles, assistant professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Doris Day, dermatologist and author; clinical assistant professor, NYU Langone Medical Center.
Richard Lewit, owner and winemaker, Alison Wines & Vineyards.
Zheng Zheng Li.
Eileen A. McCaffrey, medical writer and editor .
Damian McNamara, multimedia medical reporter.
Lori Oliwenstein, co-director of news and senior science writer, California Institute of Technology.
Diana R. Romero, associate professor, CUNY School of Public Health.
Robin Trohn Sussingham, independent radio producer.
SERP 4 (1985-86)
Robert Anderson, contributing editor, Natural History.
Shira Birnbaum, writer and educational consultant, emergency medical technician.
Sheryl Burpee Dluginski, fitness consultant.
Karen Fitzgerald, science writer; researcher/writer, University of Illinois at Springfield.
Eva Lynne Greene, section head, medical science liaisons, Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
Eric Justice, editorial director, BioScience Communications.
Sally Rose, editor, Provincetown Banner.
Meiyu Song Kaps, patent law clerk.
Lora A. Sporny, lecturer in nutrition and education, Columbia University Teachers College
Kathy Wollard, Newsday columnist, author.
SERP 3 (1984-85)
Maria Borelius, vice chair, Hand in Hand International.
James L. Eng, senior editor, NBC News.com.
Debra Glicksman, science editor, Prentice Hall.
Joyce Gramza, writer, producer and videographer.
James Killgore, writer, Scotland.
Michael Krapin, television and science writer.
Jay Letto, conference coordinator, Society of Environmental Journalists.
Kerry B. McCabe, registered nurse; medical writer.
Elizabeth Mechcatie, writer, International Medical News Group.
Brian Nadel, writer and editor.
Gregory Pope (deceased).
Janet Weinrib, science writer.
SERP 2 (1983-84)
Shirley Cordes, science writer
Elizabeth Hartzell deSimone, environmental writer.
Naomi Freundlich, public health writer; editor, ReformingHealth.org.
Michael Friedman, journals production manager/senior technical editor, American Meteorological Society.
Samuel Friedman, legislative analyst, New York State Department of Health.
Patrice Heinz Schelkun, artist/stained glass designer.
Karen Heller, sales associate, Halstead Property.
Marianne Hjertstrand, director of communications, Surgical Devices EMEA at Covidien, Switzerland.
Melissa Lee Kim, writer; children’s book editor, Islandport Press.
Franca Lebow, medical writer.
Gerry Regan, partner, GAR Media; online media consultant.
Ruth Taswell, medical writer, Park Nicollet Health Services.
Laurel Van Leer, writer.
Patricia Wittig, science writer and editor.
SERP 1 (1982-83)
Rae Bretana, medical writer.
Carole Bullock, medical writer and editor; author.
Peter Geller, licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbologist.
Jeanne Herb, research administrator, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University.
Kimberly J. Landes, senior project manager of litigation team, CACI, Inc.
Rita Lazzaroni, writer.
Sean Mulligan, web developer / technical writer, construction manager, StructureTone.
Leslie Wiman Rose, program administrator for business operations, West Point Association of Graduates.
Janet Schumacher, science writer
Dawn Stover, science writer.
Cheryl Platzman Weinstock, science writer and speaker.