2018 is underway, and my site has been restored after a few months of downtime. Hooray! Another busy semester as a tenure track professor has come to a close. I tell my students that it is bittersweet. I miss having them around, but I like being able to work on projects that have been onContinue reading “#ProfLife Year 3 comes to a close”
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The Sky Crew Takes on Gravitational Waves
Hey all! It’s already late October, which means midterms and student advising in my world. Yesterday, I was once again invited to join NHPR‘s radio program The Exchange to discuss astronomy with host Laura Knoy and astronomers John Gianforte and Mal Cameron. We had a lovely time talking about a number of subjects and spentContinue reading “The Sky Crew Takes on Gravitational Waves”
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 this month, starting off with my first appearance on NHPR’s The Exchange on Wednesday, AugustContinue reading “Noisy Astronomer joins the Sky Guys!”
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 St. Louis this afternoon to be on the second hour of the program, so you canContinue reading “A Noisy Science Friday”