About Sonya Senkowsky
SONYA SENKOWSKY is a freelance science reporter who has traveled throughout Alaska covering everything from a dinosaur discovery on the North Slope to submersibles diving miles under Alaska seas. Sonya began her career as a print reporter but now carries a minidisk recorder and digital camera to produce radio shows, news stories, and multimedia packages. Her work has been featured on National Geographic Online, the Alaskan Public Radio Network, Alaska Magazine, and the Anchorage Chronicle -- a local weekly she writes and edits for and is helping to finally put online. From 1994 to 1996, she was suburban reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Prior to that, she was an intern and metro reporter at The Washington Times. She earned an M.A. in journalism at the University of Maryland and a BA in English/Communication at La Salle University. She has won numerous wards, including third place, SPJ Pacific Northwest Excellence in Journalism, Science Writing, 2002; first place, Alaska Press Club, Best Health or Science Reporting, 2002; and first place, Alaska Press Club, Best Comprehensive Radio Reporting, 2002. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, National Association of Science Writers, Alaska Press Women/National Federation of Press Women, and the Alaska Press Club.
- Was accepted for Aug 13-18 2003 Multimedia Training.
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