Science Writing

Discover Magazine

Animals respond to death in many ways. Mourning might be one of them.

The Behavioral Scientist

The Behavioral Scientist is a non-profit digital magazine that reports on the latest news and research in behavioral science fields like psychology, sociology, and economics. I served as the Graduate Student Writing Fellow from October 2020 to October 2021.



Conversations on polarizing topics are possible. If you’re up for it, here’s how to start

What dreams may come and why and how

National Association of Science Writers

I participated in the National Association of Science Writers Perlman Virtual Mentoring Program in the summer of 2021. As a part of this program, I worked with freelance journalist Lesley Evans Ogden and wrote an article that is published in their Student Newsroom.

During life in lockdown, even rat moms need a break

Professor Dave Explains

I created scripts for science educator Dave Farina’s YouTube channel, Professor Dave Explains. I specifically wrote content for his Introduction to Psychology course. Watch the videos in the playlist here.


Cogbites is a part of the science bites galaxy, a group of websites aimed at sharing scientific information in an accessible manner. Their goal is to make research on cognition accessible to all.

Speaking computer: More like math or language?

Do animals enjoy solving puzzles like people do?

Capuchin monkeys can learn new sounds that suggest a predator is nearby

Massive Science

Female toads breed with a different species when it helps their offspring survive

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