Meet Carolyn Beeler, a Bosch journalist

Carolyn Beeler (XXX)

Carolyn has covered health and science for WHYY public radio in Philadelphia since 2010. She focuses on in-depth news stories and long-form storytelling that airs on the station’s weekly health and science show The Pulse.

Her passion for bringing listeners stories of science in action has taken her from a bat cave in Pennsylvania to jellyfish-infested waters near the Jersey shore and a shark-tagging boat in the Delaware Bay.

Her radio stories have aired both locally and nationally on Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Here and Now.

From 2013 to 2014, Carolyn worked in Berlin, Germany as a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow, where she wrote for the international newswire AFP and produced radio specials for NPR Berlin. She is the winner of numerous national and regional awards and fellowships for her reporting.

Carolyn got her start behind the microphone at National Public Radio in Washington, DC. She has worked as a journalist in Chicago, Seattle, and Cape Town, South Africa. She studied journalism and history at Northwestern University.