In Memoriam: Constance Holden

Constance Holden, 68, a journalist for Science from the American Association for the Advancement of Science was struck and killed yesterday by a National Guard vehicle providing security for the Nuclear Security Summit at the intersection of New York Avenue and 12th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

According to a release by the AAAS, Holden joined the staff of Science magazine in 1970b and was an “award-winning reporter, highly regarded for her comprehensive coverage of the biological and genetic bases for human behavior.”

Holden is survived by her husband John Butters of Washington, D.C. For more on this tragic loss, click here. Additionally, Science will be posting a special tribute page to later today.

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