By Chelsea Wald
I loved school. That’s one reason why I became a science journalist–so I could keep learning a wide variety of new things at a breakneck pace. And I do! But school was so much more, um, organized, supervised, and full of positive feedback than journalism is. These days, when I’m deep in the muck of a complex story (as I am right now), I still miss that.
Caption: Some of the Logan Science Journalism Fellows on a field trip on Cape Cod. Credit: Diana Kenney