Spring Semester 2013

Date Speaker Title
Monday, 1/28 Andrew West     Boston University What can Large Samples of Low-Mass Stars tell us about the Galaxy, the Habitability of Exoplanets and the evolution of Stellar Dynamos
Monday, 2/4 Alyssa Goodman Harvard University Brains, Arteries, Sea Monsters, and the Future of Astronomy
Monday, 2/11 Dan Clemens       Boston University The Galactic Plane Infrared Polarization Survey (GPIPS): Early Science
Tuesday, 2/19 Eilat Glikman       Yale University Dust Reddened Quasars: A Transitional Phase in Quasar/Galaxy Co-Evolution
Monday, 2/25 Josh Carter     Harvard CfA Photodynamics: revealing the secrets of the lowest-mass planets and stars
Monday, 3/4 Eric Murphy       OCIW, Pasadena The Star Formation in Radio Survey: GBT Findings and Initial Results iwth the Jansky VLA
Monday, 3/18 Catherine Espaillat  Harvard CfA Tracking Planet Footprints in Dusty Disks
Monday, 3/25 Phil Muirhead     Caltech Small Stars with Small Planets and Big Consequences
Tuesday,   4/2 Jess Werk                  UC Santa Cruz The Invisible, Large Reservoirs of Gas Around Galaxies
Friday, 4/19 Eric Becklin    SOPHIA and UCLA Complementary SOFIA and Keck AO Sciencein Orion and The Galactic Center
Monday, 4/22 Jackie Hewitt        MIT Epoch of Reionization Studies with the Murchison Widefield Array
Monday, 4/29 Richard Feinberg AAS Press Officer A Scientist’s Guide to Interacting with the Media: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How