Cynthia Graber

         print and radio journalist

 
 

Fascination with people and their stories. Love of languages and travel. Curiosity about science and the natural world. These characteristics led to my career as a journalist, covering science, food, culture, international development, and the environment, all over the world.


In my normal life, I’m a freelance radio and print journalist. During the 2012-2013 year, I was a fellow at the MIT Knight Fellowship for Science Journalism, and I now have one of the inaugural Food and Farming fellowships from the UC Berkeley School of Journalism. I’m also the author of the recent e-single, “Electric Shock: How electricity could be the key to human regeneration,” published by Matter. Available for iPad and on browsers, and as a Kindle single.


Click on the links above to read and listen to examples of my award-winning radio, magazine, and newspaper stories.