(Image from the Cornell website, http://blogs.cornell.edu/theessentials/files/2012/09/Stratford-r33xqu.jpg)
Michael Stratford is an Associate Press reporter currently covering Arkansas state government.
Previously, he served as a reporter and blogger intern for the Chronicle of Higher Education, where his assignments included covering the 2012 elections. The Chronicle awarded him the 2012 David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists for three of his articles: one on suicide prevention efforts at Cornell, a profile of a professor who created a way for adjunct faculty members to track pay and working conditions online, and this week's reading on predatory online journals.
Stratford has also written for Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.
Originally from Belmont, Mass., Stratford graduated from Cornell in May 2011, where he served as managing editor of the Cornell Daily Sun and was named the paper's reporter of the year for 2007.
Here are some Stratford-related links:
- His archive page on the Chronicle site.
- His Twitter page.
- His LinkedIn page.
- A list of his clips.
- His resume.
Note: There is a life coach (sorry, "the provocateur of transformation") also named Michael Stratford, so don't confuse the two!