Jim Handman, Executive Director
Jim Handman is a freelance science journalist, media trainer, and university instructor. For 17 years, Jim was the Executive Producer of the CBC Radio science program, Quirks & Quarks. Jim has also taught broadcast journalism at Ryerson University, Laurentian University, Western University, and the National University of Rwanda. In addition, he was Science-Writer-in-Residence at the Journalism School of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During his time at Quirks & Quarks, Jim shared in numerous awards for his science journalism, including the Walter Sullivan Award from the AGU, the Science Writing Prize from the American Institute for Physics, NY Festivals Gold Prize, and many Science-in-Society Awards from the CSWA. Jim was a founding member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for the SMCC.