Mastering the Art & Business of Freelancing

A panel of five science writers spoke about the art and business of freelancing on Sept. 19 at Hugo House. According to the Freelancers Union, 54 million Americans are freelancers. What does it take to start — and maintain — a successful freelance career in 2017?...

Hope Jahren at Town Hall

What’s it like being a woman in the field of science? Award-winning scientist Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl is an examination of this question, but it’s also so much more. In conversation with The Stranger‘s Sydney Brownstone on April 13 at Town Hall Seattle, she shared...

Ethics in science journalism

Ethics in science journalism A panel of science writers joined us on Nov. 11 at University House for a discussion on the ethical boundaries of combining journalistic and non-journalistic work. In today’s media landscape, science writing comes from a variety of...

George Divoky discusses ‘Forty Years of a Melting Arctic’

Members and guests enjoyed a free talk on March 24 at Town Hall by Join NSWA at Town Hall by Seattle biologist George Divoky, who discussed his wildlife research in the Arctic and what he’s learned about climate change. Interested in events like this? Check out our...