ScienceOnline2011 – introducing the participants

Continuing with the introductions to the attendees/participants of ScienceOnline2011. You can find them all on the list, but it may help if you get them in smaller chunks, focusing on a few at a time.

Andrea Novicki is the Academic Technology Consultant at Duke University. She blogs at Duke’s CIT blog and tweets as @andrea1. I interviewed Andrea back in March.

Ferris Jabr is a Freelance writer and science journalist who just graduated from New York University SHERP and, after finishing his internship at Scientific American MIND, is starting his new job at The New Scientist. He blogs at The Mind’s Flight and tweets as @ferrisjabr.

Samuel Dupuis is a student at Dragon Academy. He blogs at Science of Sorts on My Mind . I interviewed Sam last year.

Alberto Roca is the Diversity Consultant and Founder & Editor at

Constance Cummings is the Project Director at The Foundation for Psychocultural Research. She tweets as @thefpr_org.

Roy Campbell is the Director of Exhibits at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

Catherine Anderson is a Lecturer at a university and Program Director of a science outreach program for teens. She blogs at Genegeek and tweets as @genegeek.

Steven Bachrach is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Chemistry at Trinity University. He writes the Computational Organic Chemistry blog.

Karyn Hede is a science communicator and educator. She is a news correspondent for the Journal of the National Cancer Institute and Science “Careers”. I interviewed Karyn back in May.

Dan Ferber is a Freelance journalist and author. His latest book is Changing Planet, Changing Health: How the Climate Crisis Threatens Our Health and What We Can Do about It. He tweets as @DanFerber. In 2002, with support from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, he uncovered how the Bush administration had begun stacking science advisory committees to get the answers they wanted—work that helped trigger a Congressional investigation.


One response to “ScienceOnline2011 – introducing the participants

  1. Hello,

    I am a modest translator and reading your articles is very nice – when accessible to my little neurones.
    I wanted to send wishes for theses holidays here :