Department News

Jan 29, 2018 - Double Degenerates in the Solar Neighborhood

Dr. Muk Kilic has been awarded $12,750.00 by NASA Headquarters.

Jan 29, 2018 - Alum Berdis wins prestigious NASA Fellowship

Physics & Astronomy undergraduate alumnus Jodi Berdis recently won a prestigious NASA Jenkins Fellowship, described in more detail here.  Congrats Jodi!!

Jan 25, 2018 - Neal Lane publishes op-ed piece in NYT

Neal Lane, a member of the department's Board of Visitors, recently coauthored an op-ed article in the New York Times. The piece alludes to the dangers of public policies that are not anchored in solid scientific advice, and notes that the White House has not nomimated a presidential science advisor yet. Neal Lane was the science advisor to President Bill Clinton and is a senior fellow in science and technology at the Baker Institute at Rice University. The complete article can be found at:

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/04/opinion/trump-disdain-science.html

 

Jan 22, 2018 - Outflow Entergetics in the Heart of HGG 1335:  FIFI-LS Spectroscopy of the SVS13/HH 7-11 Region

Dr. John Toin has been awarded $91,700.00 by NASA Headquarters

Jan 22, 2018 - The 6 pc DASH: A WFC3 1.6 micron Survey of the Orion Integral Shaped Filament

Dr. John Tobin has been awarded $24,858.00 by the Space Telescope Science Institute

Jan 22, 2018 - Outflow Entergetics in the Heart of HGG 1335:  FIFI-LS Spectroscopy of the SVS13/HH 7-11 Region

Dr. John Tobin has been awarded $91,700.00 by NASA Headquarters

Jan 10, 2018 - Lecture series will take attendees to the stars

Like many things worth observing in astronomy, the University of Oklahoma is bringing back a lecture series that seemed to dazzle the last time around.  Read more here

Dec 01, 2017 - GO-15219 Super-Keplerian Motions in the AU Mic Circumstellar Debris

Dr. John Wisniewski has been awarded $68,685.00 by the Space Telescope Science Institute

Dec 01, 2017 - High Fidelity Imaging of Red Super-giant’s Circumstellar Material

Dr. John Wisniewski has been awarded $11,034.00 by the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Dec 01, 2017 - What’s in the Wind? Determining the Properties of Outflow Gas in Powerful Broad Absorption Line Quas

Dr. Karen Leighly has been awarded $84,102.00 by the Space Telescope Science Institute

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