Abby Rabinowitz is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Expository Writing Program in the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University, and Associate Director for Writing in the Sciences and Engineering. She holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Columbia University School of the Arts and a BA in History from Brown University. Abby is a nonfiction writer whose work focuses on science and technology, with an emphasis on climate change and reproductive technologies. Her story on Indian surrogacy, reported over six years in Mumbai, ran as the Spring 2016 cover story of The Virginia Quarterly Review and in The Guardian. Her reporting on climate change has appeared in The New York Times, Wired and The New Republic. Her writing has also appeared in Vice, Buzzfeed, Nautilus, Guernica and the journal Science, among other publications. Prior to joining NYU, Abby was a Course Co-Director and Lecturer in Discipline at Columbia University, where she created and led first-year writing seminars on sustainable development and medical humanities. She also taught writing to graduate students in the Neuroscience Department and in the Graduate School of the Arts and Sciences. At Columbia, Abby helped found Neuwrite, Columbia’s association of writers and scientists. She is a Fulbright Grant recipient and has won residencies at the Ucross Foundation and Jentel Artist Residency Program.