36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 13. Education

Poster I, Tuesday, November 9, 2004, 4:00-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

13.01 Reaching the Public through Traveling Exhibitions
P. B. Dusenbery, J. B. Harold, C. A. Morrow (Space Science Institute)
13.02 Astronomical Approach to Physical Science Curriculum
H. L. K. Manning, A. D. Churukian (Concordia College)
13.03 Mapping Mars: A Perfect High School Student Independent Study Project
E. F. M. Albin (Fernbank Science Center)
13.04 NASA and Planetary Science on the Internet
P.W. Davis (Jet Propulsion Laborartory)
13.05 Using Conceptual Maps in Astronomy Education
G. Vass (Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy, Romania), M. Birlan (Institut de Mecanique Celeste et de Calcul des Ephemerides, France)
13.06 Placing the Solar System in its Universal Context
J.A. Grier, S.J. Steel, M.E. Dussault, E.L. Reinfeld, R.R. Gould (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
13.07 The Young Engineers and Scientists (YES) Mentorship Program
D.C. Boice (SWRI), T. Clarac (Warren HS), C. Lin (SWRI)
13.08 What kinds of support can the broker/facilitator program provide to support scientist involvement in education outreach?
L. F. Ruberg, A. Tarnoff, S. P. Jones (Mid-Atlantic Region Space Science Broker)
13.09 Astrobiology Student Science Fair Projects
M. Kadooka, K. J. Meech (UH Institute for Astronomy)
13.10 Solar System Ambassadors Program
K. Ferrari (NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
13.11 Solar System Educators Program
R. Knudsen (JPL)
13.12 Educational Impact of the Transit of Venus 2004
L. Mayo (Raytheon ITSS)
13.13 Mars Museum Visualization Alliance
A.M. Sohus, M.A. Viotti, E. M. de Jong (NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)

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