Nancy Shute is an award-winning journalist who has written news, feature articles, essays, and op-eds for a wide variety of national publications, from Outside and Smithsonian magazines to the New York Times, New Republic, and National Journal. She is currently a senior writer at US News & World Report, where she covers science and medicine. Shute previously was assistant managing editor at the magazine in charge of science and technology coverage. She frequently writes for the Web and appears on radio and television in major markets, including NPR, CNN, CBS, and NBC. She is on the executive board of the National Association of Science Writers and has guest lectured in journalism and science writing at Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, University of California-Santa Cruz, and University of Wisconsin. She authored a chapter in A Field Guide for Science Writers (Oxford, 2005). While serving as a Fulbright Scholar in Kamchatka, Russia, she founded the regionâs first independent bilingual newspaper. Shute holds an AB in English Literature from Washington University and a Masterâs of Studies in Law from Yale University.
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