Congratulations to several GPSW alumni who have moved into brand new jobs. Trent Knoss, ’13, is the new Managing Editor for the Institute for Science & Policy, a project within the Denver Museum of Nature and Science that aims to help integrate science and research into public discourse and policy making. Trent, who was previously a senior science writer and media relations specialist for the University of Colorado Boulder, will oversee all editorial content for the Institute.
Nidhi Subbaraman, ’10, most recently a science reporter for BuzzFeed News, will cover US science policy, genetics, forensics, and biotech for Nature News. Previously, she worked at the Boston Globe and NBC News.
Two of our newest alumni have also moved into new positions. Gina Vitale, ’18, is now an assistant editor at Chemical & Engineering News, and Brittany Flaherty Payne, ’18, has been named Director of Editorial Content for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Congratulations to all of our alumni on their new gigs.