BAS, University of Laval
Véronique Morin is a science journalist in broadcast and print magazines with over 25 years experience who believes strongly that Science should have an important place in daily newscasts.
For the past seven years, she has worked for the science magazine program “Le Code Chastenay” on the public network Tele-Quebec, writing freelance magazine articles, as well as developing a documentary project. She was the Webster-McConnell fellow, William Southam journalism fellowship from 2013-2014, Massey College, University of Toronto. Her documentary (idea and research) “Time Bombs”, about Canadian soldiers who participated in atomic bomb tests, received the awards (among others) of “Best documentary” from the New York International Independent Film and Video festival, “Best Documentary” from the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, and Veronique was nominated for “Best research” at the Gemeaux awards 2008.
Veronique Morin was president of the Canadian Science Writers’ Association (CSWA) from 2001-2005. She was the first president of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) from 2002-2004. She also serves as a judge on numerous awards recognizing excellence in journalism.