Everyone who teaches at SHERP is a working science journalist and a leader in our rapidly changing industry. They are also all veteran instructors with proven track records of success in the classroom. Their journalism informs their teaching; their teaching informs their journalism. As busy as they are with their own reporting and editing, they nonetheless make time to teach at SHERP (and painstakingly edit student work) because they get a charge out of being around bright, highly motivated students and nurturing the next generation of preeminent science storytellers. Want to know what they are up to today, in 280 characters or less? You can follow just about every one of SHERP’s teachers on Twitter. The exception is Steve Hall, a Twitter conscientious objector, but you can watch Steve discuss how to successfully construct longform science narratives.
View Bio Dan Fagin Professor SHERP, Director View Bio Rene Ebersole Adjunct Faculty SHERP 1999 View Bio Stephen S. Hall Adjunct Faculty View Bio Robin Marantz Henig Adjunct Faculty View Bio Robert Lee Hotz Distinguished Writer in Residence View Bio Maria Konnikova Visiting Scholar View Bio Robin Lloyd Adjunct Faculty View Bio Melinda Wenner Moyer Visiting Scholar SHERP 2006 View Bio Christie Nicholson Adjunct Faculty View Bio Ivan Oransky, MD Distinguished Writer in Residence View Bio John Rennie Adjunct Faculty View Bio Charles Seife Professor