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Say it ain’t so, SciLogs!

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016 in Blog Posts | 7 comments

SciLogs is coming to an end? How can this be? Science journalism and its sister, science blogging, are growing, aren’t they? Is science journalism on the decline? I hope not, as for the last 11 months, I’ve been teaching students about science journalism and encouraging them to become a part of it all. Take a look at a few of their stories at Arizona Illustrated, a feature of Arizona Public Media. Teaching and research cut into my ability to blog, but I was just contemplating some new stories – an update on Tucson’s transplanted desert bighorn sheep, an article on the women of the Science Service [an organization — founded in 1921 — dedicated to the promotion of science] and an article revisiting C.P. Snow’s The Two Cultures. Now we’re losing SciLogs. By September of this year, I’ll be migrating my...

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