Northwest Science & Technology Online
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Deborah L. Illman, Ph.D.
National Science Foundation Discovery Corps Senior Fellow 2006-07
University of Washington (UW)
Seattle, WA 98195-3740
Joel Dahms has an M.S. in neurobiology and is currently studying science writing at the University of Washington.
Julia DeBaecke is a Ph.D. candidate in organic chemistry at the University of Washington.
Jennifer Glass is a 2006 UW graduate holding double degrees in Earth and Space Sciences and Oceanography.
Marita Graube has a degree in technical communication from the University of Washington and previously has written articles for NWS&T on photonics [Autumn 2003 cover], energy [Autumn 2002 cover], and biomimetic engineering [Winter 2003], among others.
Kay Greeson is a Ph.D. student in Public Health Pathobiology at University of Washington.
Kim Gunnerson is pursuing a doctorate in physical chemistry at the University of Washington.
David Lawrence is a research biologist at the University of Washington.
Trina Litchendorf studies oceanography at the University of Washington.
Kathy F. Mahdoubi is a freelance writer and recently graduated from the editorial journalism program at the University of Washington. She has interned at the Seattle Times.
Amy Pletcher is pursuing a master's degree in technical communication at the University of Washington with a concentration in science news and writing.
Ben Raker is a Seattle-based writer and editor who studied science writing at the University of Washington.
Jen Schripsema earned a B.A. in biology from Colorado College. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in the UW Department of Technical Communication.
Michele Solis is a freelance writer in Seattle.
Eric Wagner is a graduate student in biology at the University of Washington.
Cherie Winner is a writer with the Washington State University News Service, Pullman.