Logan Science Journalism Program

The Logan Science Journalism Program, founded in 1986, offers science journalists, writers, editors, and broadcast journalists a chance to forget about story deadlines and immerse themselves in basic biomedical or environmental research.

Course date:
May 31, 2022 - Jun 11, 2022
Application due date: TBD

Applications are closed for the 2022 program. The 2023 application period will open in fall 2022.

Tatiana Pardo Ibarra Anne Giblin Katy Daigle in field Waquoit SJP 2021 Credit Andres Pruna

Get Your Hands On Research!

The Logan Science Journalism Program, founded in 1986, offers science journalists, writers, editors, and broadcast journalists a chance to forget about story deadlines and immerse themselves in basic biomedical or environmental research. Room, board, course fees, and travel are covered for accepted fellows.

Journalists selected for the program dive into research training at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL)  in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, one of the most dynamic settings for scientific discovery in the world.

The fellows choose between two introductory, intensive courses:

“This kind of [research] experience should be a requisite part of the career of any science journalist.” —Erik Olsen, The New York Times (2013 Environmental Fellow)

More testimonials from program alumni are here.

    Alec Hamilton and Rod McCullom
    Emiliano rodriguez and Shanna Baker

    Photo credits: (top) Andres Pruna; (bottom) Tom Kleindinst