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LIFE Nicole Brodeur brings you conversations with locals who are doing something great, or greats who are doing something local: He has been living and drawing in Seattle since Gene first came to The Seattle Times as a news librarian in and has transitioned into the go-to data columnist in the region.
Never afraid to take a stand or go off the beaten path, Matt enjoys writing about the human condition every bit as much as walk-offs or buzzer-beaters.
His mom reads the comments, so take it easy on him. He provides daily coverage of the team throughout the year. Melissa Davis, news editor. Laura Gordon, news coordinator. Rob Davila, news desk editor.
Ann Hart, news desk editor.
Angela Lo, news desk editor. Jane MacDonald, news desk editor. Carole McClosky, news desk editor. Neena Pellegrini, news desk editor. Larissa Pfeifer, news desk editor.
Craig Reese, news desk editor. Elouise Schumacher, news desk editor.
Lori Taki-Uno, news desk editor. Kate Riley is the editorial page editor, who works with The Times editorial board to develop the opinion page's positions on issues. She joined The Times' editorial page in as a writer and columnist. A graduate of Redmond High School and the University of Washington, she returned to the Seattle area after spending 17 years working at Eastern Washington newspapers where she was a reporter, editorial writer and editorial page editor.
As a member of The Times editorial board, Mark helps lead the daily conversation in selecting and shaping our editorial stance while overseeing digital and print production as well as social media.
He also wrangles our guest opinion writers, seeking out influential thinkers who want to share their ideas on local, national and international news, Northwest culture and much more. Before joining the board, Mark was the senior digital editor at seattletimes.
And, before his deep-dive into digital publishing, Mark was metro editor at The Times. Under his leadership, the newsroom won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its coverage online and in print of the murder of four police officers.
Register and Seattle P-I. He has won numerous journalism awards and several oyster-eating competitions.Welcome to Santa Fe Institute. Science for a complex world. The Santa Fe Institute is an independent research center exploring the frontiers of complex systems science.
Science writer John Horgan recently considered a big question—maybe the biggest question of all: Has civilization been a big mistake?
I won't proffer my own answer to that question here (it's. John Horgan is a top-notch science journalist, but he’s looking toward consciousness research to discover where science is heading.
Join Skeptiko host Alex Tsakiris for an interview with science writer and author John Horgan. This article examines key setting events and personal factors that are associated with support for either non-violent activism or violent activism among Somali refugee young adults in the United States.
Specifically, this article examines the associations of trauma, stress, symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), posttraumatic growth (PTG), strength of social bonds, and attitudes.
John Horgan is an American science journalist best known for his book The End of Science. He has written for many publications, including National Geographic, Scientific American, The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, and IEEE Spectrum. Watch science writers George Johnson and John Horgan discuss the book in their “grupobittia.com” discussion here.
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