Stephanie Schorow is a part-time Writing and Communications Coordinator who assists the Ariadne Labs Communications team in producing copy for reports, press releases, the Web, social media and other outlets.
Stephanie is a former newspaper reporter and editor who has worked for the Boston Herald, the Associated Press and numerous other publications. Currently, she teaches graduate and undergraduate writing and public relations courses as an adjunct at Lasell College in Newton and writes restaurant features for the Boston Globe. She is the author of seven nonfiction books on topics in Boston history, ranging from the Boston Harbor Islands to the tragic 1942 fire at the Cocoanut Grove nightclub. She is also a clay artist and pottery instructor.
Stephanie graduated from Northwestern University with a B.S. in journalism and from New York University with a master’s degree in Latin American Studies. She won a fellowship from the National Press Foundation to study Spanish in Mexico, and she has traveled extensively throughout Latin American for assignments, including trips to Cuba, El Salvador, Panama, Belize, Chile, Argentina and Peru.
Kelly and Michael Davoli delivered their son, Michael, at South Shore Hospital, one of four pilot sites testing tools, including the Labor and Birth Planning Board, created by Ariadne’s Team Birth Project. Team Birth’s tactics have gotten widespread media attention. A string of articles and news stories citing Ariadne Labs and its partners is… Continue reading Media roundup: Team Birth Project gains national attention
In our new series, we highlight the staff and faculty members behind the compelling work at Ariadne Labs. Born and raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Erik Fromme received his MD at the University of Oklahoma and initially thought he would practice primary care in a rural setting. Then he and his wife moved to Baltimore for… Continue reading Five questions with Erik Fromme of Ariadne Labs
Dramatic rescues by heroic surgeons and tear-jerking twists of fate are the bread and butter of TV medical dramas. A recent episode of Fox’s “The Resident” delivered all that and something more: a maternal death based on a true story and a presentation of solutions that reflects recommendations by Ariadne Lab’s Delivery Decisions Initiative.… Continue reading Heartbreaking story tied to maternal health crisis hits prime time
A freak spring snowstorm has blanketed Atlanta, and the staff of Chastain Park Memorial Hospital scramble to handle the consequences. Someone has been brought in with critical hypothermia. A surgeon must operate to save the life of a young father without a trusted attending physician. An ethical quarrel erupts about how – or if –… Continue reading Ariadne faculty member lands writing gig on Fox drama “The Resident”