Events


AAPT – Greensboro, NC


Posted By on May 14, 2007

I’ll be giving a workshop and assisting in a panel discussion at the AAPT Greensboro meeting. Workshop Doing Real Science Projects with Small Telescopes Pamela L. Gay In this workshop participants will get resources on how they can get involved in real science using off-the-shelf telescopes to tour the skies. Divided into three parts, this workshop will overview current opportunities for professional-amateur-educational...

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Cosmos in the Classroom 2007


Posted By on May 14, 2007

I will be attending the ASP’s Cosmos in the Classroom 2007. Workshop Online Education and Intellectual Property Protection Pamela L. GayAs students and textbooks become more wired, instructors are responding by posting content online, providing digital homework, and podcasting classes. With so much intellectual content moving into public Internet spaces, it is increasingly important to consider ways to legally use and legally...

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EPO and a Changing World


Posted By on May 14, 2007

I hope to be attending the ASP’s EPO and a Changing World conference in Chicago. My abstracts are in, and now all I need is funding. Proposed Workshop (Approval Pending) Your Face(book) and MySpace: Let’s hook up Pamela L. Gay and Thomas Foster (SIUE) In the public social network venues of MySpace and Facebook, individuals of all ages and nationalities look for like-minded online denizens with whom they can build...

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From September 10-14, I’ll be working with the Davidson Institute’s Young Scholars program to put on an online colloquium titled, “The Big Bang and the Universe’s Big Future.” Abstract: Astronomers, on a CSI-style mission, have followed the clues to find the culprit behind the formation of the universe. Going by the alias, “Big Bang,” the perpetrator behind the highest energy event ever...

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