Category: outreach

DragonCon 2017 is Almost Here!

As a new academic school year is about to begin, I’m also looking forward to the yearly celebration of geek culture that happens every Labor Day weekend in Atlanta… DragonCon! I’ll be an attending pro and appearing on the Science…

Noisy Astronomer joins the Sky Guys!

Greetings from overwhelmed-professor-land! Heh, yeah, I’m alive and even occasionally on social media these days. But life as a tenure track professor keeps me pretty busy, even during the summer months. I have some exciting science outreach stuff happening starting…

A Noisy Science Friday

Quick update! I’ll be on Science Friday today talking about how you can observe a meteor shower with just a radio. Plus, we’ll discuss how to build your own Itty Bitty Radio Telescope! I’m traveling over to a studio in…

Conference Musings, and Making a Difference

For a natural introvert, conferences can be a tricky experience. There is an almost overwhelming constant interaction, listening, talking, speaking, questioning, and collaborating. However, that’t the thing that makes conferences incredibly valuable. Meeting and gathering in person is still crucial…

#scio13

I’m there! If you are here as well, say hello to the pink-haired girl. If not, go hereĀ for where you can watch sessions online and follow us on Twitter and Google+ with #scio13. Also, if you haven’t been paying attention…

DO ALL THE VENUS TRANSIT STUFF!

I’ve been setting up for the Venus Transit (in addition to continuing to settle down in my new hometown) which happily took me to a craft store and a home improvement store this weekend. You can see the results of…