Nicole Gugliucci, PhD

Notice (4/23/24): As much as I love my silly little website and always hope to be writing more, I need to suspend my hosting account for financial reasons. At the moment, I can’t justify paying server costs when that could, say, fund a flight to see my family that I see in person less than once a year!

This website will be going into hibernation sometime between May 7 and May 22 since my renewal always happens during finals time… the worst time. I’d like to be up and running again this summer with a more affordable option.

Thanks!

P.S. Thanks to my Kofi contributors over the years! I appreciate every little bit of love.

the author, wearing a shirt with constellations on it, sitting on a large, plush chair working on a laptop with a large black dog sitting on her hip.

I’m a physics professor, astronomer, education researcher, maker-of-tiny-comets, and all around geek.

Professor, astronomer, education researcher, maker-of-tiny-comets, and all around geek, Dr. Nicole Gugliucci has made it their mission to study and share the Universe. Known as the “NoisyAstronomer,” she earned a doctorate studying radio astronomy, did a postdoc in science education, and is an assistant professor of physics in New Hampshire. For more, see my About page.

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