Why The Disruption Of Our Old Routines Took An Unexpected Toll — And How We Can Fill The Void
Jennifer (Jennie) Latson
Previous Editor in Chief, Rice Business publications
Jennifer Latson was previously the editor in chief of Rice Business magazine, the school's alumni magazine, and Rice Business Wisdom, our faculty research publication. She is the author of “The Boy Who Loved Too Much,” a narrative nonfiction book about a rare genetic disorder called Williams syndrome. The New York Times called it “a thorough overview of Williams syndrome and its thought-provoking paradox.”
She is a former newspaper reporter, most recently at the Houston Chronicle, where she was part of a team of Pulitzer Prize finalists covering Hurricane Ike. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Time, Psychology Today, and other publications. She has an MFA in creative nonfiction writing from the University of New Hampshire and a BA in English from Yale University. In 2013, she was a recipient of the Norman Mailer Fellowship for nonfiction.
She tweets at @JennieLatson and blogs at psychologytoday.com/us/blog/human-interest.
Rice Business Wisdom
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