Dawn Fallik is a reporter. She specializes in medical reporting and database analysis. She has covered a Superbowl, the 2004 tsunami and Beyonce. She also blogs about television for the Wall Street Journal because she is the only reporter who will admit to watching the Kardashians.
In her spare time, she teaches at the University of Delaware where she is the director of the Journalism program. She teaches beginning and advanced reporting as well as medical writing.
She was a 2010 DART fellow at Columbia University and spent the summer of 2011 at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, developing social media class lessons for journalism professors.
Currently she is working on The View From the Beach, a multimedia project on environmental issues and the ocean. The series will be published by The Philadelphia Inquirer and is funded by a grant from the University of Delaware.
She lives in Philadelphia, a block from a butcher, a baker and two cheese makers.