For several weeks of spring 2014, I worked as a reporter for KBIA, a University of Missouri-licensed public radio station that is an NPR member station. I recorded audio from interviews then cut clips for the air, and I wrote scripts to be read by anchors. I also turned my scripts into web articles that ran on KBIA’s website.

What the Girl Scouts can teach you about business (includes audio and photos — my favorite of all the pieces I worked on, and probably my best, too.)

KOMU-TV’s Stacey Woelfel named director of new documentary journalism center (audio at 0:50 on this page)

MU agroforestry prof named to USDA council (includes audio)

Winter storm: Some school closings for Thursday, road crews move to residential routes (Wrote original story and some updates; also contributed a photo.)

Columbia, Jefferson City schools closed Wednesday

MU works toward inclusive LGBTQ approach

Study finds thousands of Mo. Latinos have new health insurance options

Winter weather causing delays and cancellations at Columbia airport

For Global Journalist: Interview with Steven Groves (Includes audio. A Q-and-A piece that accompanied the radio show I helped produce, “Disputing the Law of the Sea.”)



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