A New Month, A New Podcast

Well, I’m back from LPSC and have jumped straight from one kind of busy to a new kind of crazy.

As some of you may know, Nick Rattenbury is leaving the Jodcast and the rest of the team (including the original Astronomy Blog author Stuart Lowe) are stupidly busy, soooooo Fraser Cain and I decided to help them out and adopt their show to make sure it keeps going.

The first episode of the new Jodcast, under the new branding of Astronomy Cast, is now available. Check it out on the Jodcast Website.

Podcaster / Writer / Assistant Research Professor
Technically skilled, communications-focused astronomer with experience in research, university teaching, public outreach, and popular science writing. Possesses passion for teaching astronomy informally and formally, extensive observational astronomy experience, and more than a decade of experience planning and implementing outreach programs. Seeks to build a career promoting science to the public, amateur astronomers, students (K-PhD), and public policy makers through outreach, activity-based teaching, and popular writing, while evaluating the impact of these activities on participant knowledge and attitude.

Specialties: Big Data, Photometry, Pulsating Variable Stars, Science Writing, Public Speaking, Podcasting, Blogging, Web Design, Graphic Design, Mass Communications, Narration

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3 Comments

  1. Lizzy April 2, 2009 at 12:36 am #

    I fell for that! Nice work! :)

  2. DancesWithWords April 15, 2009 at 12:49 am #

    Ha, I’m a regular listener of the Jodcast. It took me just a second… and then I had a good laugh.

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    DWW

  3. bill kocken May 6, 2009 at 5:16 pm #

    I love the jodcast, especially since they have such creative intros!
    Bill

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