CLIPS

Society for Science & the Public

Training the next generation of STEM leaders, Feb. 2016
Breaking the jaw clenching habit, Dec. 2016
New nanotech tools identify composition of pollutants, Nov. 2016
High schooler founds nonprofit to close tech gender gap, Aug. 2016
Young and amazing: Alexander Wulff’s assistive tech, June 2016
Science takes this Society alumna all over the world, Feb. 2016

Electrical Contractor Magazine

Costa Rica Completes 
Year Of Renewable Energy
, Feb. 2017
Island In American Samoa 
Fully Powered By Solar

, Jan. 2017
Renewable Industry to Continue Growth
, December 2016
Arcadia Electrical And New York Light Up Crime




, July 2016
Sprig Electric Cuts Energy Costs With Unique System




, April 2016
Mid-Atlantic Region Leads Way in LEED Certification




, March 2016

Marketplace

Bike sharing is increasing, but along income lines, Nov. 2014
Old old old MacDonald had a farm, Oct. 2014
When the going gets rough, some sell poems, Sept. 2014
Small businesses work to keep up on social media, May 2015
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NARRATION: The problem with fracking, Nov. 2014

News21

Gun Wars won an Online News Association Journalism Award in Oct. 2015 and an EPPY in Oct. 2014

The Washington Post

National Park Seminary neighborhood cultural smorgasbord, Aug. 2013
Potomac’s ‘Bill the Barber’ is a marathon man, July 2013

Education Week Teacher

English Class E-Book More Popular Than ‘The Odyssey’, May 2014
Traveling Poet Brings Her Craft to Students, April 2014
The Case for Drawing and Doodling in Class, April 2014
Ideas for Teaching National Poetry Month, April 2014
Publishers: Eliminate Gender-Specific Books, March 2014

Capital News Service

GRAPHIC: Athletic spending in ACC and Big Ten, Dec. 2013
GRAPHIC: Giant Panda cub name flowchart, Nov. 2013
GRAPHIC: Wine flavor wheel, Nov. 2013
DATABASE: Media policies on Washington Redskins, Oct. 2013

The Gazette

In the Path of the Purple Line: A 2020 Vision, Aug. 2013

WTOP

Write-ins: Support groups for NaNoWriMo, Nov. 2012

College Park Patch

At UMD Absorbing Language Takes 24-7 Use, Dec. 2012

The Writers’ Bloc

Visible Brush Strokes: Impasto Painting, Dec. 2012
Wearing words for a week, April 2013
Chimamanda Adichie on importance of place, Feb. 2013
Changing careers for the love of poetry, April 2012

The Pendulum

Commemorating the courage of four: Museum in Woolworth Building opens on 50th anniversary of Greensboro Four sit-ins, pg. 16, Jan. 2010


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VIDEO

Fit Girls


An informational video about the Fit Girls program at Lucy V. Barnsley Elementary School in Montgomery County, Md. Fit Girls is a program for fourth to fifth graders at the elementary school to learn and practice healthy eating and activities such as running. Students and teacher coaches run every Tuesdays and Wednesdays for 20-30 minutes around the bus loop. The video was for Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” contest.

Frankie the Balloon Artist


In my Digital Media Convergence class we had to tell a story through photos and audio. During Family Weekend, my mom and sister came to visit and we went to South Point mall in Durham, N.C. in search of a story. I took pictures of people performing and hoping to collect tips. There was a singer, with kids dancing around him and putting money into his tip jars. There was a comedian magician who made fun of the audience. And then there was Frankie, the balloon artist who happened to be a dwarf. Originally from New York, he joined the Ringling Brothers and began creating balloon animals. His story compelled me the most, so I decided I would tell his. He was a great talker and narrates most of the video.

The New Greensboro Voice Documentary


I made a documentary about an Elon University student, Mary Yost, creating The New Greensboro Voice, a homeless newspaper in Greensboro, N.C. Homeless individuals who come to the Interactive Resource Center, a day shelter in Greensboro, write and produce the paper with Mary’s help. I caught the newspaper at just the right time — they were putting together their first issue, folding the papers and preparing to go out into the community to distribute.