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No other place in the world can boast a greater concentration of environmental expertise and knowledge than Boulder. The wealth of these resources makes the CEJ an ideal place for working journalists, researchers, and student journalists to expand their knowledge and improve their abilities to report on environmental issues for the public, and to understand the connections between media, environment, and society.

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BIO

OUR TEAM

TOM YULSMAN

MICHAEL KODAS

DESERAI ANDERSON CROW

KELSEY RAY

DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

tom.yulsman@colorado.edu

michael.kodas@colorado.edu

deserai.crow@colorado.edu

kelsey.ray@colorado.edu

GRADUATE OPTIONS

Graduate Degrees in Journalism Studies

Graduate Degrees in Media Studies

Graduate Certificate in Environment, Policy and Society

 

Amanda Paulson has been a staff writer for the Christian Science Monitor for 15 years, writing both features and news pieces and covering a wide range of topics, including education reform, presidential elections, natural disasters, immigration, agriculture, mining, and social issues. She was the Monitor’s Midwest correspondent for eight years before moving to Boulder in 2011, and has won several awards, particularly for education reporting. Amanda has a long-standing personal interest in conservation and environmental issues. Over the course of the fellowship, she's eager to deepen her knowledge of energy, land-use, and climate-change topics to build a solid base of expertise for future reporting, as well as to deeply investigate issues around the growing disconnect between children and nature, what this means for the future of the environmental movement, and ways that disconnect could be bridged.

 

 

 

SCRIPPS FELLOWS, 2015–16

Each year, five exceptional journalists are awarded a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism. Over a nine-month period, fellows attend classes at the University of Colorado Boulder, participate in weekly seminars and field trips, and pursue their own journalistic projects on a wide range of environmental topics. Former fellows have gone on to collect Pulitzer Prizes for their work, authored best-selling books, and headed up some of the nation's most respected news organizations. To learn more about the fellowship click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT: MICHAEL KODAS IN CU-BOULDER'S FACULTY IN FOCUS

 

 

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