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Scott King

Scott King is a science and energy reporter for the Sierra Nevada Ally. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Scott King earned a Master’s degree in Media Innovation at the University of Nevada, Reno. Scott previously received a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing with a minor in Marketing from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Before enrolling at UNR, Scott served for two years as a literacy instructor with the Peace Corps in the community of Gouyave, Grenada. He has contributed to other local publications in the Northern Nevada region, such as Our Town Reno and The Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science. Scott has additional experience as a writer and videographer for the Air & Space Forces Magazine.

Scott's Latest Articles

Sunset over a U.S. Department of Energy geothermal test site (Naval Air Station Fallon in Nevada).

Breaking Down Geothermal Research, Investment in the West

A geothermal project in Utah is advancing the industry. But, will it get funding beyond 2024? The Sierra Nevada Ally’s executive editor, Noah Glick, chatted with science and technology reporter, Scott King, to learn more about one geothermal field research laboratory in Utah – and how what happens there could have ripples for the industry.

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