So, yes, since everybody seems to want to know: I am a Templeton Cambridge journalism fellow for 2010, and details on the program are here. I didn’t know when the new fellowship recipients’ names were going to be announced, but I guess the answer is yesterday.
The fellowship is basically two months long, with three weeks in Cambridge and two at “home” (wherever that is, in my case), during which one reads and studies up on the subject of science and religion.
Past fellows include Sandra Blakeslee, Juliet Eilperin, Marc Kaufman, Rob Stein, William Saletan, John Horgan, George Johnson, Shankar Vedantam, and many other top science journalists. I’m honored to join their number, and am looking forward to seeing the new crew–which includes folks like Ron Rosenbaum from Slate and Peter Scoblic from The New Republic–alongside the river Cam.
And thanks, everyone, for the congrats that have come in so far.
Links to this Post
- The Value of Science Blogs? | The Intersection | Discover Magazine | March 1, 2010
- Molluscs, now with 100% more awesum | Deep Sea News | March 7, 2010
- Science and Religion on the Cam, Part I | The Intersection | Discover Magazine | June 7, 2010