Willie Drye
#393982 Overall Influence

Willie Drye

American journalist


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Willie Drye is an American journalist and an author. He has won awards for his writing about the science of hurricanes and their social and financial impacts. He has published three nonfiction books, and is a contributing editor for National Geographic News. His work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Globe and Mail of Toronto, and other national and regional publications. He also is a frequent guest on radio talk shows, and has discussed his work on WLRN in Miami, WUNC in Chapel Hill, and other radio and television stations. His first book, Storm of the Century: The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 and his work for National Geographic News have been cited in scientific studies of hurricanes and their effects on society, legal briefs, local emergency management planning, science teachers’ and public libraries’ suggested reading lists about hurricanes, and books and other publications.

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Belmont Abbey College
Belmont Abbey College

Catholic college in Belmont, North Carolina, United States

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#18717 World Rank