Stephenie Livingston

Science writer

Location icon United States of America

Stephenie Livingston is a writer based in Gainesville, Florida. She writes about the intersection of science and the environment with gender, politics, and culture. A native Floridian, she holds a master's degree in mass communications from the University of Florida, where she currently works as a science writer for UF News. She previously wrote for the Florida Museum of Natural History. Prior to that, she was a general assignments reporter in North Florida.

The Veiled Struggle

On a cold January day in 2011, Nihal Saad Zaghloul marched for four hours with a crowd of thousands from Nasr City towards Ramses street protesting the Egyptian presidency of Hosni Mubarak.
Into the Devil's Sink

As the legend goes, the devil fell in love with a local Indian woman and opened up a hole in the earth to take her down with him to hell-giving birth to a sunken rain forest.

UF News
Becoming visible - Michelle Barboza

To mark the closing of an era and the beginning of a new century, UF News profiled three Florida Museum women who are shaping the research institution's future and breaking the cycle of stereotypes and misconceptions in the world of science.