Artist-In-Residence: Dan Glick

Presented by the Global Lab

Daniel Glick is co-founder of The Story Group, an independent, multimedia journalism company based in Boulder, CO. He is also an author, journalist, editor and teacher, specializing in climate change and environmental topics. His magazine work includes 13 years at Newsweek as a Washington correspondent and roving Rocky Mountain correspondent, as well as assignments for more than 50 national and international publications, including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, Harper’s, The Sydney Morning Herald, the Guardian, the Washington Post Magazine, and the New York Times Magazine. He was an editor of the 2014 National Climate Assessment, and the 2016 federal report, The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment. He also edited the Proceedings of the North Pacific Arctic Conference from 2016-2019. Glick taught a class at WPI entitled, “Climate Change, Resilience, and the Developing World” and presented at the Global Lab’s inaugural Climate Summit about the rapid ecological and economic changes in the Arctic. Glick is the author of two books: Powder Burn: Arson, Money and Mystery on Vail Mountain, and Monkey Dancing: A Father, Two Kids, and a Journey to the Ends of the Earth, winner of the Colorado Book Award. He co-authored the winning submission for the 2018 National Press Foundation’s Thomas L. Stokes award for best energy and environmental reporting, investigating the causes of a fracking explosion in Colorado.