The book contains contributions from a number of countries. Not to miss is Wolfgang Goede's piece about Teli, the German association, and how science journalism was performed in Germany during the Nazi era. Org/2012-science-society-awards. Authors need not be nasw members, so tweet your friends and encourage other writers to enter. Jan 17 2012. Two days remain to apply for the fourth round of nasw Career Grants. To access the awards entry site, you need to be logged in. Nasw members and those who already have nasw guest accounts can use their existing nasw website login information. New users will be prompted to create a new guest account.
Since 2009, we've awarded more than 84,000 to help science writers advance their careers. Details here. Also, the deadline for nasw's Science in Society awards competition is two weeks away. The awards provide recognition without subsidy from any professional or commercial interest for investigative or interpretive reporting about the sciences and their impact on society. To learn more and enter online, visit Authors need not be nasw members, so tweet your friends and encourage your fellow writers to enter. Be sure to check out this year's new category: longform science reporting. Read more to meet the 2014 winning authors and read their work. Oct 1 2013, the winners of the 2013 Science in Society Journalism Awards, sponsored by the National Association of Science Writers, are: In the Book category, David Quammen; in the Science Reporting category, Douglas Fox; in the Longform category, Patricia Callahan, Sam Roe and Michael Hawthorne; in the. Sep 10 2014, the National Association of Science Writers is pleased to announce the five winners of this year's Science in Society awards, which honor investigative or interpretive reporting about the sciences and their impact on society.