Northwest Science Writers Association New Skills Webinar: How to Report on Healthcare StatisticsJoin us online on April 20 for a Q&A with health data experts Rebecca Hubbard, PhD, and Lindsey Leininger, PhD. Register now NSWA 2022 Party and Annual Member MeetingJoin us on March 10 for an evening of cocktails and campfires, writing awards, and celebrating community safely. Register now Jan. 27: Can Humor Help Fight Misinformation About Science?When someone shares misinformation, should we be furious — or try to be funny? Watch our lively discussion with experts from academia, journalism, and comedy writing. Watch the recording Book Talk: Healing Landscapes With Indigenous ScienceOn Tuesday, November 30, we gathered for a discussion with Indigenous environmental scientist Dr. Jessica Hernandez about her new book on why western conservationism isn’t working and what Indigenous models can offer. Watch the Recording The Craft and Humor of Science Writing With Mary RoachWatch our recent Zoom conversation with “America’s funniest science writer” Mary Roach that took place Wednesday, October 20. Watch the recording Congrats to our 2021 Career Development Award winners!NSWA is pleased to announce that independent journalists Robin Donovan and Britany Robinson will receive funding to advance their science communication careers. Learn more COVID-19 Coverage and Economic Resources for NSWA MembersNSWA is supporting its members during this public health emergency by collecting resources to help those writing about the pandemic and those suffering economic hardship from its consequences. Go to the Resource List #nswasciwire – Recent work by our members #nswasciwire Doughton: Dog Aging For The Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Magazine, Sandi Doughton (@SandiDoughton) writes about a research project on how... READ MORE Heisman: History of Bird Migration Research In 2023, Rebecca Heisman (@r_heisman) will publish her book Flight Paths: a deep dive into the science behind the... READ MORE Cassella: Mud Worm Mystery For High Country News, Carly Cassella (@carlycassella) introduces us to an ongoing research project aiming to solve the... READ MORE Bernhardt: Survivor Elms The notorious Dutch elm disease has ravaged elm trees across the world for more than a century, but some have nevertheless... READ MORE Ross Scanlan: ‘Treeline’ Review For the New York Journal of Books, Adrienne Ross Scanlan recently reviewed “The Treeline: The Last Forest and the Future of... READ MORE JOIN OR RENEW Are you a science communicator in the Pacific Northwest? Consider joining. We have monthly events, feature member writing and more.