Marissa Shieh is a print and radio journalist. She received her master’s in journalism from New York University’s Science, Health & Environment Reporting Program (SHERP 35) in 2017, and her bachelor’s in chemistry from Williams College in 2015. She is currently working with KQED in San Francisco.
Fellowships and Awards: National Association of Science Writers Diversity Fellowship, 2017; Arthur L. Carter Fellowship, 2016; Jeffrey Owen Jones ’66 Fellowship in Journalism, 2015; National Association of Science Writers Travel Fellowship, 2015.
Marissa is available for reporting, production work, tape syncs, fact-checking, research, article-writing, and radio-scripting. Especial topics of interest: science, technology, Bay Area news, Asian-American culture, and international news.
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