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Poster Schedule

September 13 –16, Redwood Ballroom

as of July 30

Conference Strand Poster Number Last Name Poster Title

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA01

Cobb

UC Berkeley's Celebration of the International Year of Astronomy 2009.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA02

Dussault

Observing with NASA: Using introductory online telescope experiences to expand the pipeline of lifelong astronomy learners.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA03

Enevoldsen

Scientists Like Me: Faces of Discovery.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA04

Forbes Wallace

StarryTelling: Discover the Galileo in You!

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA05

Fujihara

The AstroDay Festival - A Celebration of Astronomy and Hawaiian Culture.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA06

Hollow

The International Year of Astronomy Meets National Science Week in Australia.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA07

Krishnamurthi

Using IYA to Bring the Universe Down to Earth in the DC Metro Area.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA08

Martin

Astronomy and Writing: A First-Year Cosmology Course for Nonmajors.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA09

Meredith

Telescope Marking Workshop for Teachers and Students.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA10

Mitchell

Scale the Solar System and Beyond: PlanetWalks and Exoplanets in the International Year of Astronomy.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA11

Scherrer

Distributing Scientific Instruments to High School Students World-wide for the IHY and IYA.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA12

Simmons

Results from the 100 Hours of Astronomy IYA2009 Cornerstone Project.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA13

Usuda

Astronomy Posters and Trading Cards at Mauna Kea and in Japan.

Building on the Momentum of the International Year of Astronomy

IYA14

Walker

Involvement in and Sustainability of the Dark Skies Awareness Programs for the International Year of Astronomy.

Connecting the Sciences in the Year of Science

YS15

Duncan

New NASA-funded Programs Available from Fiske Planetarium, Univ. of Colorado.

Connecting the Sciences in the Year of Science

YS16

Sparks

The Giant Segmented Mirror Telescope Education Program.

Refining Our Practice

RP17

Barbier

Extraordinary Matter: Visualizing Space Plasmas and Particles.

Refining Our Practice

RP18

Droppo

Looking for Life in Extreme Environments on Earth and Beyond: Professional Development Workshop for Educators.

Refining Our Practice

RP19

Eisenhamer

The Impact of Hubble E/PO: Telling the Story.

Refining Our Practice

RP20

Fraknoi

The Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture Series: An Example of Cooperation Among Many Domains of Astronomy Outreach.

Refining Our Practice

RP21

Graves

Update on Remote Telescope Facilities for E/PO and Research Use by Students, Educators, and Amateur Astronomers.

Refining Our Practice

RP22

Hooper

Get Your Students to do the Outreach!

Refining Our Practice

RP23

Hurst

Reflecting on Four Years of Astronomy from the Ground Up.

Refining Our Practice

RP24

Kadooka

HI STAR: Promoting Student Astronomy Research Projects.

Refining Our Practice

RP25

Kreyche

Incorporating Broader Themes to Enhance the Appeal of a Science Outreach Event.

Refining Our Practice

RP26

Krok

The Impact of a 5E Conceptual Change Approach to Astronomy Education.

Refining Our Practice

RP27

Mathieu

Creating an Institution-wide Culture of Improvement in University Science Teaching.

Refining Our Practice

RP28

McLin

Probing Student Understanding of Cosmology.

Refining Our Practice

RP29

Mon

Utilizing the “Mental Model Building” Instructional Methodology, Coupled with Actual Lunar Observations and Data Gathering, in Teaching the Cause and Process of the Lunar Phases.

Refining Our Practice

RP30

Paglierani

Supporting STEM Interest Among Young Learners: Three Proven Space Science Curricula for the Early Grades.

Refining Our Practice

RP31

Peticolas

A Heliophysics Education and Public Outreach Effort: Training and Supporting the Trainers.

Refining Our Practice

RP32

Raddick

Do-It-Ourselves Science: a Case Study of Volunteer-Initiated Citizen Science Involvement.

Refining Our Practice

RP33

Rudolph

A National Study Assessing the Teaching and Learning of Introductory Astronomy Part II: Analysis of Student Demographics.

Refining Our Practice

RP34

Schaff

New York State "Operation: Military Kids" Afterschool Universe Cosmic Camps.

Refining Our Practice

RP35

Schleigh

Preparing Pre-Service Teachers in a Project Based Astronomy Course.

Refining Our Practice

RP36

Sumerlin

Building Public Outreach From The Ground Up.

Refining Our Practice

RP37

Teays

Applying Lessons Learned from the First Air Slam.

Refining Our Practice

RP38

Wolff

An Update on the Journal "Astronomy Education Review" and Why Your Work isn’t Done Until You Have Published.

Bridging to the Future

BF39

Allen

Space Rocks for the Public -- Lunar and Meteorite Sample Education Disk Program.

Bridging to the Future

BF40

Cianciolo

Getting Lun(ar)y at McDonald Observatory.

Bridging to the Future

BF41

Forbes

SNAP - An Astrophysics Camp that Flies High.

Bridging to the Future

BF42

Gibbs

Advancing the Future of STEM Workforce Development: The Capitol College Space Operations Institute.

Bridging to the Future

BF43

Hamilton

Bringing the Moon Down to Earth - PISCES Outreach Activities during ISRU Field Test.

Bridging to the Future

BF44

Hartman

Kids Capture Their Universe: An After-School Bridge From Science Content To Youth Development.

Bridging to the Future

BF45

Needles

Science from the Woods: Educational Outreach at MIT Haystack Observatory.

Bridging to the Future

BF46

Porro

Making the Case for Quality Science Programming for Older Youth in Out-of-School Time.

Bridging to the Future

BF47

Preston

Students Across Texas Celebrate Astronomy Day via Distance Learning.

Other

OT48

Ames

Night Sky Network: The Searchable Nationwide Database of Astronomy Events.

Other

OT49

Fillingim

Seeing the Invisible: Educating the Public on Planetary Magnetic Fields and How they Affect Atmospheres.

Other

OT50

Gay

Motivations of Citizen Scientists Participating in Galaxy Zoo.

Other

OT51

Harvey

The third publication of Stars Over Mauna Kea.

Other

OT52

Ireton

Bringing NASA Earth and Space Science EPO into Second Life.

Other

OT53

Kang

E/PO in Oregon 2009.

Other

OT54

Lubowich

Astronomy Outreach for Seriously Ill Children and Their Families.

Other

OT55

Pleau Kinnison

Top Stars: An Opportunity of Education.

Other

OT56

Rodrigue

Song (Education) and Dance (Measurements) of Astronomy in the Classroom.

Other

OT57

Ross

Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network: Keeping Education in the Dark.

Other

OT58

Massalha

The Sunrise, Sunset and Midday Phenomena at Different Locations along the Same Line of Longitude!

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