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Mr. Stephen P. Nash
Visiting Senior Research Scholar
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Nash's books, articles and commentaries can be seen at stephenpaulnash.com. He has reported on science, the environment, and other topics for The New York Times, The Washington Post, BioScience Magazine, The Scientist, The New Republic, and Archaeology, and his opinion pieces on policy have appeared in dozens of newspapers. He is Visiting Senior Research Scholar at UR, where he has taught in the journalism and environmental studies programs since 1980.

His latest book Grand Canyon for Sale -- Public Lands versus Private Interests in the Era of Climate Change was published by the University of California Press in 2017. His book Virginia Climate Fever -- How Global Warming Will Transform Our Cities, Shorelines, and Forests won the American Institute of Physics 2015 Science Writing Award for Books.

Awards
Virginia Climate Fever: How Global Warming Will Transform Our Cities, Shorelines, and Forests, published by the University of Virginia Press
Winner, American Institute of Physics 2015 Science Writing Award for Books

“Double Vision — Climate Change Comes to the Mountains,” in Blue Ridge Country magazine
Award of Merit for Environmental Features, International Regional Magazine Association

Blue Ridge 2020: An Owner's Manual
Southern Environmental Law Center's Philip D. Reed Award for outstanding journalism about Southern environmental issues
Forest History Society's Collier Award
Education
M.J., University of California at Berkeley
B.A., San Francisco State University
Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Journalism
Contact Information
423 Weinstein Hall
(804) 740-2277