In a recent review article in Science, Jennifer Johnson, professor of astronomy, outlines how chemical elements arise from stars and how the life cycles of stars drive the ever-changing composition of the universe.
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Tharindu Jayasinghe, a graduate student of Astronomy, received the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Award at the 233rd AAS meeting in Seattle for besat poster presentation by a graduate student. The award includes a Chambliss medal.
Whitney Powers and Gabriela Torrini were announced as the recipients of the Department of Astronomy’s undergraduate scholarship.
At their first studio showing on December 1st, SYREN Modern Dance and Paul Sutter traveled through narrative sequences and robust movement throughout "Ticktock", an exploration of time rooted in scientific understanding and illustrated through the lens of dance.
Romy Rodriguez, a graduate student of Astronomy, won the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Beth Brown Memorial Prize at the National Society of Black Physicist (NSBP) meeting for best poster presentation by a graduate student.