Science Communication Fellows
For five years starting in 2007, our Science Communication Fellowship program trained future scientific leaders to better communicate and engage with the public about rapidly evolving research associated with environmental health sciences and green chemistry.
We closed the research program after 2012 due to a lack of funding.
The roster of scientists who participated in the program remains a valuable resource for journalists and others who are seeking scientists to communicate about an array of topics related to environmental health and green chemistry. Their areas of expertise are available on our Science Experts List.
Each year, 10 outstanding researchers from a variety of disciplines were selected as Fellows. During the year-long program, they developed essential skills to convey in plain and engaging language important research findings about the link between environment and human health and disease. The fellowship strove to place researchers at the interface between science and journalism.