Cheryl Hogue, Senior Correspondent
Areas of expertise: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulation of chemicals; international climate change policy; global environmental treaties; governance of geoengineering; EPA research; federal regulatory policies.
Education: M.S. in environmental sciences and policy, Johns Hopkins University; B.S. in biology, College of William and Mary.
Honors: First place award for outstanding beat reporting, Society of Environmental Journalists, 2014; elected member of the board, Society of Environmental Journalists, 2004-2010; Carnegie Mellon University Steinbrenner Institute media fellow, 2008; environmental media fellow, Vermont Law School, 2005; science writing fellow, Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory, 1999.