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AST 104

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UNDERGRADUATE ASTRONOMY SEMINAR
Astronomy 104 - Fall 2005
W 2:00-3:00 · RLM 15.216B · Unique No. 48360


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Schedule

Professor

Eiichiro Komatsu
Downloadable schedule ( pdf )

Date
Topic
8/31
Orientation
9/7
Dr. Sheila Kannappan (Ex-gal)
Dr. Ted von Hippel (Stellar & Planet/Life)
9/14
Prof. Volker Bromm (Theory)
9/21
Prof. Shardha Jogee (Ex-gal; Undergraduate Advisor)
9/28
Prof. Harriet Dinerstein (ISM & Stellar)
10/5
Prof. Chris Sneden (Stellar)
10/12
Dr. William Cochran (Planet/Life)
10/19
Prof. Craig Wheeler (Theory)
10/26
Dr. Seth Redfield (ISM)
11/2
Prof. Donald Winget (Theory & Stellar; Department Chair)
11/9
Prof. Daniel Jaffe (ISM; Department Associate Chair)
11/16
Prof. Eiichiro Komatsu (Theory)
11/23
No Class (the day before Thanksgiving)
11/30
Help Session
12/7
Report Due


Resources

Fall 2005 Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
Overview of the Undergraduate Astronomy Program at UT ( pdf )

*To get information about research activities in the Department of Astronomy, visit
http://www.as.utexas.edu/astronomy/research/research.html


When you interview a lecturer you have chosen for your report, do not forget to ask for one relevant research paper on the topic - your report should be based on the lecture, interview, and research paper. You may start interviews at anytime during the semester.

 
 



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