AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 19. NSF CAREERS Awardees

Display, Wednesday, January 12, 2000, 9:20am-6:30pm, Grand Hall

19.01 Student Research in Computational Astrophysics
J.M. Blondin (North Carolina State Univ.)
19.02 Research and Education In Stellar Astronomy and Astrophysics
M. W. Castelaz (East Tenn. St. Univ.)
19.03 Gas/Star Offsets in Tidal Tails
C. Mihos (CWRU)
19.04 Spectropolarimetry of AGN, and `Women &\ Science'
L. Kay (Barnard College, Columbia Univ.)
19.05 Properties of the Very High Redshift Galaxy Population
K. M. Lanzetta (Department of Physics & Astronomy, State University of New York at Stony Brook)
19.06 The Evolution of Galaxies and Clusters
M.J. Henriksen (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
19.07 The Astronomy Workshop
D.P. Hamilton (U. Maryland), M.L. Asbury (U. Maryland)
19.08 Delivering Science to Large Audiences: Experiments in Active Learning and Public Lectures at the University of Michigan
T. McKay (University of Michigan)
19.09 Astroflow: Engaging Simulations in a Planetarium
A. Frank, G. Delamarter, R. Bent, B. Hill (U. Rochester)
19.10 Teaching Astronomy Through Art: Under Southern Skies -- Aboriginal and Western Scientific Perspectives of the Australian Night Sky
S. R. Majewski (U.Virginia), M. S. Boles (Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, U. Virginia), R. J. Patterson (U.Virginia)

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