Program Planners: Bud Ward and Anthony Socci, Ph.D.
- "Inviolable Principles" - Standards, Mores, Rules - of Responsible Independent Journalism.
- Principles, Practices, and Rationale of Scientific Research and Inquiry.
- Science Communication Challenges/Issues and the Mass Media: Journalism Perspective.
- Case Studies/Examples Illustrating Range of Communications Challenges/Issues.
- Ways to Improve Communications.
Results (See Workshop Report)
Participants & Bios:
- Cornelia Dean, Shorenstein Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, and New York Times Science Editor (1997-2003)
- Camille Rose Feanny, Producer, CNN Science & Technology Unit
- Richard Kerr, Senior news writer, Science magazine
- Peter Lord, Environmental Writer, Providence Journal
- Boyce Rensberger, Director, MIT-Knight Science Journalism Fellowships, and former New York Times and Washington Post science journalist
- Andrew Revkin, science and environment reporter, The New York Times
- Randy Showstack, Reporter, EOS
- Sarah Webb, Ph.D. candidate, Indiana University
- Dale Willman, executive editor, Field Notes Productions, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
- Susan Avery, Ph.D., Director, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, professor of electrical and computer engineering, University of Colorado
- Judith L. Lean, Ph.D., research physicist, Space Science Division, Naval Research Laboratory
- Jerry D. Mahlman, Ph.D., senior research fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research, former director of the NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
- Michael E. Mann, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia
- James J. McCarthy, Ph.D., professor of biological oceanography, Harvard University
- Robert McDonald, graduate student, University Program in Ecology, Duke Universit
- Ellen Prager, Ph.D., President, Earth2Ocean, Inc., Key Biscayne, Florida., and former assistant dean, Rosensteil School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami
- Roger Street, regional director, Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada