Daniel Grossman, Ph.D., is an award-winning freelance print journalist and radio and web producer with more than 20 years of experience. He earned his B.S. in physics and his Ph.D. in political science, both from MIT.
Dan is a 2008 Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellow. He was awarded a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he studied climate science. He has reported from all seven continents including from near both the south and north poles.
He has produced radio stories and documentaries on science and the environment for NPR’s Weekend Edition; for Public Radio International’s Living on Earth and its news magazine, The World; for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation; for Germany’s Deutsche Welle radio; for the BBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Radio Netherlands; and for the documentary show Soundprint and other broadcast outlets.
Dan has written for the New York Times, Boston Globe, Discover, Audubon, Scientific American and other national publications. He has produced three extensive micro-websites on environmental topics. He is author of Deep Water: As Polar Ice Melts, Scientists Debate How High Our Oceans Will Rise (Ted Books: 2012) and co-author of A Scientist’s Guide to Talking with the Media: Practical Advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists (Rutgers University Press: 2006).