AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 10 Astronomy Education: Middle School to College

Poster, Monday, May 26, 2003, 9:20am-6:30pm, West Exhibit Hall

10.01 Engaging High School Students in Space Science Projects and Research
I. Robbins, K. Rowan (College of Staten Island, CUNY), K. Brathwaite, W. C. Harris (Medgar Evers College, CUNY), T. Tulsee (Queens College, CUNY), P. Michel (City College of New York, CUNY), I. Ekejiuba (Medgar Evers College, CUNY)
10.02 Twenty-first Century Space Science in The Urban High School Setting: The NASA/John Dewey High School Educational Outreach Partnership
B. Fried, M. Levy, C. Reyes (John Dewey High School), S. Austin (Medgar Evers College, CUNY)
10.03 A Space Science Summer Program for Minority Students in Middle School
A. M. Baker (South Carolina State University), L. A. Patterson III (Denmark-Olar Middle School), D.K. Walter (South Carolina State University)
10.04 The Search for Life in the Universe: The Past Through the Future
L. A. Lebofsky (LPL & SO), A. Lebofsky (SES), M. Lebofsky (SSL), N. R. Lebofsky (Retired)
10.05 Development of an Online Virtual Laboratory for Introductory Astronomy
S. Parete-Koon, E. J. Lingerfelt, L. Dessieux, R. W. Kincaid, M. Browne, J. Meyer (U. Tennessee), M. W. Guidry (U. Tennessee & ORNL Physics Division*), K. M. Lee, C. M. Siedell (University of Nebraska), E. McMahon (U. Tennessee & U. Texas)
10.06 Undergraduate Astronomy in an Immersive Visualization Planetarium
J. F. Kielkopf (Univ. Louisville)
10.07 Telescopes in Education: the Little Thompson Observatory
A.E. Schweitzer (Little Thompson Observatory and SwRI), T.T. Melsheimer (Meridian Controls and LTO)
10.08 Establishing a Research Telescope at a Small University
H.J. Leckenby, J. M. Grady (Texas A&M University - Kingsville)
10.09 Mini-Spec: A Compact, Fiber-Coupled, VPH Grating Spectrograph for Small Observatories
H. L. Nations (Nightwatch Observatory), P. Haynes (University of Wyoming), P. Brewer (Ohio Northern University)
10.10 Handheld Devices with Wide-Area Wireless Connectivity: Applications in Astronomy Educational Technology and Remote Computational Control
R. D. Budiardja, E. J. Lingerfelt (Dept. Physics and Astronomy, U. Tennessee), M. W. Guidry (Dept. Physics and Astronomy, U. Tennessee; ORNL Physics Division*)
10.11 Mathematical Rigor vs. Conceptual Change: Some Early Results
W.R. Alexander (James Madison University)
10.12 The Evolution of a Computational Earth and Space Science Course
L.P. Johnson, S. Austin (Medgar Evers College/CUNY), J. Steiner (City College of New York/CUNY)
10.13 Supernatural/Paranormal Phenomena: A Passionate Closer Look
S. Hameed (Smith College/Umass), G. Robinson, J. Maulton (Smith College)
10.14 Teaching a College Course on Light Pollution
R.E. Stencel (U. Denver Observatories)
10.15 An Astrophysical Research Program for Underrepresented Minority Students
D.K. Walter, D.M. Smith, K. Adzievski, J Cash (South Carolina State University)
10.16 Rare Books As Teaching Tools
M. C. Gino, G. Wise (Dudley Observatory)
10.17 NASA’s Swift Education and Public Outreach Program
P. Plait, S. Silva, T. Graves, A. Simonnet, L. Cominsky (Sonoma State U.)
10.18 Education and Public Outreach Programs for RHESSI and STEREO/IMPACT Missions
N. Craig, B. J. Mendez, L. Peticolas (UC Berkeley, Space Sciences Laboratory)
10.19 Education and Public Outreach Programs for Structure and Evolution of the Universe Themed Missions: CHIPS and SPIDR
B.J. Mendez, N. Craig (UC Berkeley)

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