The Future is Disabled: Planning for Climate Change Must Include People with Disabilities in, December 3, 2020

World Resources Institute

Combating the Coronavirus Without Clean Water, April 8, 2020
Responding to Day Zero Equitably: Water Crisis Lessons from Cape Town and Chennai, Oct. 31, 2019
Coffee Farmers in Costa Rica Brewing Up Solutions to Climate Change and Competition, Sept. 11, 2019
IPCC Calls for Securing Indigenous and Community Land Rights to Fight Climate Change, Aug. 8, 2019
Goldman Prize Winner Stopped Palm Oil Companies from Destroying Liberian Forests, May 1, 2019
Women Are the Secret Weapon for Better Water Management, Oct. 18, 2018
Climate Change is Transforming Agriculture. Adaptation Must Be Transformative, Too., Oct. 11, 2018
12 Countries Sign Historic Environmental Rights in Latin America, Caribbean Agreement, Sept. 27, 2018
Safeguarding Carbon Stored in Indigenous Lands Essential to Meeting Climate Goals, Sept. 13, 2018
Thanks to Climate Change, Oranges Are Becoming New Coffee in Parts of Costa Rica, Aug. 24, 2018

Electrical Contractor Magazine

Coaster of Many Colors: Specialty Service Group constructs longest roller coaster at Dollywood, Jul. 2023
Implementing Ergonomics for Line Contractors: How to keep safe on and off the job site, Dec. 2022
Appreciate Danger, Limit Overconfidence: A lesson in risk conditioning, Nov. 2022
Puerto Rico’s Transition to Resilient Electric Grid Led by Residents, Nonprofits, Nov. 2022
DOE Releases Roadmap for Decarbonizing America’s Industrial Sector, Sept. 2022
New DOE Lab to Develop Grid Energy Storage Technology, Improve Grid Reliability, May 2022
Don’t Take Anything for Granted: How a fatal incident led to an increased focus on safety, May 2022
N.J. Community Solar Program Provides Energy to Low-, Moderate-Income Households, April 2022
Virginia Coal Mines Repurposed as Solar Farms, March 2022
U.S. Electric Vehicle Charging Ports May Soon Surpass Gas Stations, Feb. 2022
Bringing DC Solar Systems to Native American Reservations, Jan. 2022
Indigenous-Led Nonprofit Aims to Provide Equitable Energy Access to Tribes, Nov. 2021
Community Solar Project Brings Clean Energy to Low-Income Residents, Oct. 2021
Extreme Weather Driving Purchase of Residential Solar Systems, Sept. 2021
IBEW Local 64 Helps Memorialize the Iconic Robinson, Shuba Handshake, June 2021
DOE Program Provides Solar Training for Veterans, April 2021
Training Course Helps ECs Enter Offshore Wind Industry, March 2021
Coming Together for the Better: Diversity, equity and inclusion in hiring, Feb. 2021
Solar Plus Agriculture Protects Farmland, Improves Panel Efficiency, Feb. 2021
New Jersey’s First Offshore Wind Farm to Use Powerful New Turbine, Jan. 2021
New Solar Panel Produces Energy From Ultraviolet Light, Dec. 2020
Developing Solar Sites Is Key to Maryland’s Renewable Energy Goal, Nov. 2020
Making Safety Personal: Electrical Accident Survivors Share Their Stories, May 2020
Amidst Pandemic, Energy Demand Projected To Fall, Renewable Energy Experiences Growth, May 2020
Invincible Generation, Feb. 2020
Morocco Home to Africa’s First Solar-Powered Village, Dec. 2019
Puerto Rico’s ‘Green New Deal’ Promises 100-Percent Renewable Energy by 2050, April 2019
Longest Federal Shutdown in U.S. History Costs $11 Billion, CBO Says, Dec. 2018
More Than 30 Years After Infamous Disaster, a Solar Farm Opens in Chernobyl, Oct. 2018
Half of Puerto Rico Still in the Dark, Jan. 2018
Solar Power Will Become Chernobyl’s Future, Dec. 2017
No Power for Months: Puerto Rico Begins Rebuilding Electric Grid, Sept. 2017
Cities Are Committing to Renewable Power, June 2017
The Benefits of Green Energy for Rural America, May 2017
LEED Buildings Remain Energy Hogs, Nov. 2015
Tech Companies Pledge $140B For Climate Change, Sept. 2015

Society for Science & the Public

Meet this international female physicist, Oct. 3, 2018
Learning to tell powerful stories through science fair, Sept. 20, 2018
Living shorelines protect wildlife and the environment, Sept. 7, 2018
An alum who combines engineering with a passion for Scandinavian folk music, Aug. 17, 2018
Acai berries could transform this wasteland, Aug. 15, 2018
Science: A stepping stone to politics, Aug. 7, 2018
Mary Fish and her zebrafish, Aug. 1, 2018
Preventing domestic violence with smart technology, July 19, 2018
Neurologist relishes the combination of art and science, April 6, 2018
What does science have to do with the race for governor in Illinois?, Feb. 21, 2018
There’s an app for that: These 4 alumni are blazing new trails with their amazing apps, Feb. 15, 2018
This young woman flies balloons higher than planes — for research, Nov. 2017
This alum prints prosthetics of the future, Aug. 2017
10 TED talks that will inspire you, Aug. 2017
Studying effects of climate change on glacial ice, May 2017
Science takes this Society alumna all over the world, Feb. 2016

The Mighty

Why I’m Coming Out About My Invisible Disability, Aug. 22, 2017


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

NARRATION: The problem with fracking, Nov. 2014


Gun Wars won an Online News Association Journalism Award in Oct. 2015 and an EPPY in Oct. 2014
Sheriffs protest gun restrictions, refuse to enforce laws, Aug. 2014
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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


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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Fit Girls

I produced an informational video for Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” contest about the Fit Girls program at Lucy V. Barnsley Elementary School in Montgomery County, Md. Fit Girls, a program for 4th-5th graders, helps young girls learn and practice healthy eating and activities, such as running. Students and teacher coaches run twice a week after school.

New Greensboro Voice Documentary

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