Selingo, who wrote this month's cover
story, "The Cheating
Culture," is a freelance writer based
in Washington, D.C. He writes regularly on consumer-technology
trends for the Circuits section of the
New York Times and higher-education issues for the
Washington Post Magazine.
has been based in Tokyo for over 20 years. In "Remade
in Japan," she writes about the challenges facing
Japanese engineering education. She reports on Japanese and
Asian affairs for PBS's "The Nightly Business
Report," and the National Public Radio's "Pacific
Time." She also founded and runs a nature
conservation group, Kuril Island Network.
Budiansky is the author, most recently, of
Air Power: The Men, Machines, and Ideas That Revolutionized
War, From Kitty Hawk to Gulf War II (Viking). This month,
he writes "A Revolutionary
Approach" for Prism. Budiansky frequently writes
about technology, history, and military affairs for a number
of publications, including the Washington Post, the New York
Times, Atlantic Monthly, and American Heritage.
writer of "A World-Class
Act," Thomas K.
Grose, is based in the United Kingdom, where
he's lived for most of the last decade. In addition
to being a longtime, regular contributor to Prism, he's
written for such publications as U.S. News & World Report,
TIME magazine's European edition, USA Today, and the
Boston Globe. Tom's career began more than 25 years
ago in Michigan, where he covered local and state politics.
He also spent several years in Washington, D.C., covering
shot this month's cover story. As a contributor to magazines
like the Washington Post Magazine, TIME, Forbes, and Business
Week, he enjoys the range of people he meets while working—from
Suzanne Anderson, an entrepreneurial woman who started a successful,
mail-order chitlins business, to first lady Laura Bush.