About David Poulson
David Poulson is the associate director of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University. He teaches environmental, investigative and computer-assisted reporting to graduate and undergraduate students. He also organizes and teaches professional workshops that help reporters better cover the environment. In August, he led a dozen reporters on a trip to Alaska to study climate change. He has been at MSU for nearly seven years after a 21-year career as a newspaper reporter and editor, mostly covering the environment. He enjoys running, bicycling, teaching, camping, reading, writing, listening to jazz and playing it rather badly on the piano. He has a daughter at the University of Michigan, a son at Michigan State University and a daughter who is a high school sophomore. His wife, Kris, teaches elementary school.
- Occupation: Journalism Educator
- Organization: Michigan State University
- Location: DeWitt, MI 48022 USA
- Website: http://www.ej.msu.edu/
- Was accepted for Dec 16-19 2008 Technology Training.
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