Emily Moskal is a biologist-turned-science writer and communicator, whose features have appeared in outlets such as Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, Bay Nature magazine, and Astrobiology Magazine where she became a regular contributor in Nov. 2017.
This fall, Emily will join the 2021–2022 cohort at University of California, Santa Cruz to undertake a master’s in science communication.
In December 2017, Emily and four other science writers co-founded Austin Texas Science Writers (@ATXSciWri) to promote accurate, accessible, and ethical science writing in Texas. She created the organization’s membership website (www.atxsciwri.org) and is currently president of the first such society in the south-central U.S. She is a member of National Association of Science Writers.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior from the University of Texas at Austin and is a past fellow of Duke University’s Environmental Communications Planning.
Her specialty is natural resource literature, immersion reporting, and environmental communication, developed for such outlets as the University of Texas at Austin, Texas Army National Guard, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and a variety of agencies and independent outlets.
If you want compelling writing with a science-backed approach, contact Emily.
Listen to Bill Nye answer Emily’s question during his keynote at the SXSWEco 2016 conference: