Dr. Bohon has been featured on television and news shows, radio broadcasts, podcasts and in news articles, and she has narrated over 30 videos and animations. She also creates her own written and digital content. Wendy trains scientists on how to give media interviews and works with cohorts of scientists and the media to create productive working relationships by fostering understanding of the overlapping goals and objectives of each group.
- NOVA/PBS, Preparing for the Pacific Northwest’s Next Major Earthquake, subject matter expert, 2021.
- The Weather Channel, Weird Earth, subject matter expert, 2021.
- ABC Channel 7 WJLA, subject matter expert, 2020.
- Mission Unstoppable, CBS, segment guest, 2019.
- CBS News, California earthquakes, subject matter expert, 2019.
- 2M Media Group, Interview 360, subject matter expert interview, 2019.
- NBC News, Kenya crack subject matter expert, 2018.
- Cox Phoenix, The STEM Journals, segment guest, 2013.
- Glacier Yoga, 2021.
- Earthquake Yoga, 2021.
- Volcano Yoga, 2020.
- Stay Safe for Science Campaign, 2020.
- Wednesdays with Wendy, 2020.
- Going Places, 2020.
- Volcano Moments, 2020.
- EarthScope Interview, 2013.
- AGU Storycorps: An Interview with Wendy Bohon, 2021.
- NPR ShortWave: Can We Predict Earthquakes? (Hint: no), 2021.
- RandomWalks: Lucidly Communicating Science, 2021.
- Exolore, The M Dwarf Planet: Environment, 2021.
- The Naked Scientists: “Earthquake damage is more than just shaking”, 2021.
- AGU Storycorps: “What’s my motivation said neither of these two ever. An Interveiw with Lucy Jones and Wendy Bohon“, 2019.
- Profoundly Pointless: “Earthquake experts“, 2019.
- Coffee with a Scientist, Volcanolab Twitch Channel, 2021.
- Featured on Mission Unstoppable Twitch Channel, 2020.
- Featured in book: “The ABC’s of Women in Stem” by Ashley Stenzel, 2019
- Featured by 500 Women Scientists: “Shatter the Glass Ceiling“, 2018.
- Work featured by GSA: “Learning about Himalayas using Mars Technology“, 2018.
- Featured by The Ohio State University: Alumni Spotlight, 2018.
- Selected media article quotes
- AP: “Why are earthquakes so devastating in Haiti?”
- National Geographic: “Biggest U.S. earthquake in more than 50 years strikes Alaska—here’s what we can learn”
- Inverse: “An overlooked San Andreas fault strand could be the next big one”
- National Geographic: “Why the Oaxaca Earthquake Made Building Sway Hundreds of Miles Away”
- National Geographic: “Why so Many Earthquakes are Rocking Puerto Rico”
- Temblor: “Don’t Panic, Prepare! Delhi Earthquakes Remind Citizens of Risk”
- Mashable: “Shaky California turns on its long awaited quake alert app”
- National Geographic: “Hear the sounds of climate change—with earthquake monitors”
- Vice: “Scientists Discover a New Phenomena Called ‘Stormquakes’
- NPR: “After Quakes, Puerto Rico’s Electricity Is Back On For Most, But Uncertainty Remains”
- National Geographic: “The Science Behind California’s Two Big Earthquakes”
- National Geographic: “Groundbreaking earthquake catalogue may have just solved a seismic mystery”
- NOVA: “Deadly Indonesia Earthquake Reached Rare ‘Supershear’ Speed”
- National Geographic: “Strange waves rippled around Earth. Now we may know why.”
- CNN: “How men can help women fight sexual harassment”
- Popular Science: “Science needs to be more inclusive and women are making it happen“
- Observer: “500 Women Scientists Group Focuses on Education, Gender Diversity Post-Women’s March“
- Forbes: “Why Were Dozen’s of People in White Lab Coats at the Women’s March in DC?”
- TechSPARK: “500 Women Scientists, the organization that’s building a more inclusive society on a global scale“
- Indy100: “This is what’s really going on with that mysterious crack in Kenya, according to a geologist”
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