Ari Daniel Melber – Science Reporter
Ari Daniel has always had an affinity for nature and science. From training gray seal pups to helping tag Norwegian killer whales while earning his Master’s in Animal Behavior from St Andrews University and PhD at MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution respectively. These days he reports scientific topics for NOVA/public radio shows as well as co-producing the Boston branch of Story Collider.
Early Life and Education
Ari Daniel was raised in Cleveland’s South Euclid suburbs and found great passion in science and nature from an early age. As an avid collector, his green Wildlife Treasury box filled up quickly with species cards. Additionally, he trained gray seal pups (Halichoerus grypus), trained gray seal pups for training purposes (Halichoerus grypus) as he helped tag wild Norwegian killer whales (Orcinus orca). Meanwhile pursuing both his Masters at University of St Andrews as well as Phd in Biological Oceanography from both MIT and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution respectively.
Today, Brush’s valedictorian enjoys a career combining his love of science and commitment to social justice. As Senior Digital Producer for NOVA, he produces digital interactives and oversees online video content of the program. In addition, he serves as an independent science reporter for various national public radio programs, reporting stories about glaciers and climate change in Greenland and Iceland as well as co-producing the Boston branch of Story Collider – a live storytelling, music, and radio show all about science!
Ari Daniel has reported from all five continents on science topics ranging from astronomy to zooxanthellae. His radio pieces have aired on NPR’s The World, Radiolab, and Here & Now programs – winning him co-recipient of the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Gold Award for stories on glaciers and climate change in Greenland and Iceland.
John is also an active public lecturer on scientific communication, using his MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution PhD to engage audiences and help them make connections between daily life and scientific discoveries.
Ari persuades Klein to sell his profitable literary agency to him and humiliates Babs at an industry luncheon honoring powerful female agents to prove he is the dominant force. Once in control of the agency, Ari and his staff begin drawing major clientele to it.
Ari Daniel, a graduate of Brush High School, has always had an affinity for science and nature. From filling his green Wildlife Treasury box with species cards to training gray seal pups for his Masters of Animal Behavior degree at St Andrews to helping tag Norwegian killer whales as part of his PhD studies at MIT and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – his interests in science have always been strong.
Ari is an independent science reporter for radio and video who serves as Senior Digital Producer for NOVA, conducting interviews to better understand Homo sapiens. He has reported from five continents and co-recipient of the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Gold Award for his stories on glaciers in Greenland and Iceland. Furthermore, Ari co-produces Boston branch of Story Collider; an interactive live storytelling show dedicated to science.
Ari Melber is an esteemed journalist who has made millions in his primary profession as a White House correspondent for NPR. Additionally, Ari has received many awards and honors for his contributions.
Since 2009, he has been performing as a guest singer with Pink Martini; their most recent album features him prominently as an artist.
He reportedly has an estimated net worth of $5 Million and owns 23,791 units of Crown Castle Inc stock, making inside trades for 19 years and selling over $1,195,857 worth in CCI shares during this time. Furthermore, he serves as an Independent Director at this company and his current salary remains unknown; nonetheless he enjoys living an opulent lifestyle featuring expensive cars and houses.