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Spend the Summer as a Science Writer for Slate

If you’ve ever wanted to write for Slate (or other major media organizations), now is your chance—provided you’re a graduate student or postdoc in science, math, engineering, or medicine. The American Association for the Advancement of Science will soon be opening applications for its 2017 Mass Media Fellowship. Along with Slate, publications like Wired, Scientific American, NPR, and the Los Angeles Times will be hosting fellows who will work as science writers for 10 weeks starting in June of next year.
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