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Jon Entine

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Jon Entine is the founder and director of the Science Literacy Project, which gives journalists the knowledge and tools to tackle complex science stories. He was a senior fellow at the World Food Center Institute for Food and Agricultural Literacy at the University of California-Davis, and a fellow at the Center for Risk and Health Communication at George Mason University. Since 2002, he has been a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, focusing on science and media. He spent 19 years as a network television producer, earning 20 awards, including two Emmys for specials on reform movements in China and the former Soviet Union.


  • Positively Israel & College Campuses

  • US-Israel Relations

  • Arts & Culture

  • Science, Technology & Innovation

Popular Speeches

Perspectives on the Importance of Israel to Jewish Identity
How the Media Covers Israel
Who is a Jew in an Age of Assimilation and the Human Genome
The Threads that Bind us to Israel: Ancestry, Culture and Faith

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