Pfirst Perth Post

December 3: I clicked my heels together three times and found myself back in Oz…

Well, it was a bit more complicated than that.  I started traveling on Nov. 26 and arrived in Perth on Nov. 28 – that’s over 12,000 miles and 23+ hours of travel (but I got my upgrade to . . . → Read More: Pfirst Perth Post

LA Colleges: Making a Difference

October 15: As a member of the Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy, I blog about once every month or so on matters related to women in academics in the fields of astronomy and planetary science. Check out my lastest post about giving undergraduate students opportunities to present research at conferences. Feel . . . → Read More: LA Colleges: Making a Difference

The Academiad

August 20: I’ve been elected to the Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy and I now “officially” blog about once every month or so on matters related to women in astronomy (and planetary science) and academics.  Check out my lastest post about how (I think) academics is like the Olympics! Feel free . . . → Read More: The Academiad

L to the A to the Liberal Arts

May 31:  I was asked to share some thoughts about what it means to teach AND do research at a liberal arts college. They are posted on the Women in Astronomy blog page, which is hosted by the American Astronomical Society.   Feel free to leave comments, either here or there.  Enjoy.

 

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