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  • UF :: Astronomy
    more news load via twitter Support Astronomy We re so grateful for the support our program receives from our alumni and others Simply put we could not sustain our current efforts without those contributions Your donations help fund research travel for undergraduate and graduate students awards for student excellence faculty research visiting speakers and much more read more Affiliations Partners Primary Navigation Home Information Events People Education Outreach Research Instrumentation

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    faculty research visiting speakers and much more You may send your tax deductible donations to University of Florida Foundation PO Box 14425 Gainesville Florida 32614 2425 Please indicate that you would like to support the Department of Astronomy on the memo line of your check You can also use the University of Florida Foundation web page to make your contribution To do so please click here If you would like

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    edu Name Position Office Ext Ename Telesco Charles M Chair 211E 4 1832 telesco Hamann Fred Associate Chair 210 4 1867 fhamann Gonzalez Anthony Graduate Admissions 318 4 1845 anthonyg Sarajedini Vicki Graduate Coordinator 218 4 1863 vicsaraj Smith Haywood C Undergraduate Coordinator 324 4 1842 asthcs Wilson Phoebe Web Manager 2014A Turlington 846 2032 paw ufl edu Primary Navigation Home Information Location Facilities Awards History Member Visitor Events People

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    name your last name View in a larger calendar Recurring Events Coffee Time Mon Tues Thur Fri 2 30pm Wed 3pm BRT217 Maintained by the Graduate Astronomy Organization Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar Astronomy Monday 12 40pm BRT217 Maintained by Jonathan Tan Astro ph Coffee Tues Wed Fri 2pm BRT217 Maintained by Aaron Boley Astronomy Colloquium Wednesdays 4pm Maintained by Jonathan Tan Physics Colloquium Thursdays 4 05pm NPB1002 Maintaned by the Department of Physics Frontiers of Astrophysics Friday 12pm BRT7 Maintained by Jonathan Tan Journal Club Friday 11 45am BRT7 Maintained by Eric Ford Theoretical Astrophysics Seminar Physics Friday 4pm NPB21565 or BRT217 Maintained by James Fry Public Night Friday 8 30pm Campus Teaching Observatory Maintained by Francisco Reyes Special Recurring Events Astronomy Public Outreach Lecture Series ASTROPOL ASTROWIN Astrophysics Winter Workshop Astrostatistics Seminar Series Starry Night Student Training in Astronomy Research Skills Florida Star Planet Formation Days Conferences Workshops and Special Events From Stars to Life Conference 3 6 April 2013 Florida ALMA Workshop 2 3 May 2011 From Stars to Galaxies Conference 7 10 April 2010 New Technologies for Probing the Diversity of Brown Dwarfs and Exoplanets Conference 19 24 July 2009 The Astronomy Department celebrates the International Year of

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    ngrieves Gustafson Bo A S Emeritus Professor 224 4 1860 gustaf Guzman Rafael Professor 214 4 1878 rgll Hamann Fred W Professor 210 4 1867 fhamann Herbst Hanna Graduate Student 319 4 1857 hannaherbst Herlevich Michael D Engineer 2 0480 Hu Xiao Graduate Student 311 4 1853 xwan Hunter James H Professor Emeritus Jordan Bob Graduate Student 401 rfjordan Jorgenson Kelsey Graduate Student 319 4 1857 kjorgenson Kong Shuo Graduate Student 309 4 1852 skong Lada Elizabeth A Professor 220 4 1862 elada Lebo George Emeritus 11A 4 1887 lebo Li Dan Graduate Student 311 4 1853 d li Li Rui Graduate Student 319A 4 1858 lraymond1206 Likamonsavad Manunya Graduate Student 309 4 1852 pakkielwl Lim Wanggi Graduate Student 315 4 1854 wlim7 Liu Jian Jane Research Coordinator 207 4 1869 jliu Ma Bo Graduate Student 315 4 1854 boma Ma Jingzhe Graduate Student 319 4 1857 jingzhema Marinas Naibi Assistant Scientist 319B 4 1859 marinas Martínez Jesús Graduate Student 315 4 1854 j martinez Matcheva Katia Affiliate Professor 2073 NPB katia Mo Wenli Graduate Student 309 4 1852 wmo Mullin Scott Senior Engineer 426 4 1890 muls0009 Murphey Charles H Engineer 416 4 1830 cmurphey Ordonez Antonio Graduate Student 401 4 1835 a ordonez Pitts Rebecca Graduate Student 315 4 1854 rlpitts Powell Scott Program Manager 422 4 1827 powell Raines Steven Nick Associate Scientist 420 4 1828 nraines Reyes Francisco J Associate Scientist 12 4 1885 freyes Riley Kristen Staff 213 4 1865 kjriley Romita Krista Graduate Student 309 4 1852 k a romita Rose Janet Office Manager 211B 4 1875 jmrose ufl edu Sarajedini Ata Professor 211D 4 1877 asarajed Sarajedini Vicki L Associate Professor 218 4 1863 vicsaraj Schofield Sidney Instrumentation Program Coordinator 426 4 1825 sid Sithajan Sirinrat Graduate Student 401 4 1835 ssithaja Smith

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    primarily interested in pursuing a major in astronomy we have a variety of General Education courses These offerings provide a broad largely nonmathematical survey of the field of astronomy and its various sub disciplines Undergraduate students interested in majoring in astronomy can consider either a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree The former is designed for people who intend to further their education in graduate school while the latter is primarily designed for students who want to pursue careers in journalism law finance education or related fields with a solid science background The Bachelor of Arts degree can be combined with the UFTeach program which prepares students for careers as educators and has been specifically designed to allow students to become certified for teaching science in the state of Florida based on four years of undergraduate education Our graduate curriculum is primarily centered around students interested in earning a PhD in astronomy This is designed to prepare students for careers in astronomical research and teaching Additionally involvement in astronomical instrumentation projects has the potential to provide opportunities in astronomical technologies or the private sector Our PhD recipients have moved on to postdoctoral fellowships and faculty positions all over

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    Starry Night which generally attracts thousands of people from around the state We conduct annual workshops for teachers through Florida to train them in astronomy science education We visit classrooms with our portable Starlab planetarium and AstroWall 3 D visualization tools We present astronomy activities and lessons in school rooms throughout the area We host public observing nights every Friday here on campus We host astronomy public lectures several times

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  • UF :: Astronomy
    the GTC to see both the faintest and the most distant objects in the universe from nearby newborn planets and stars to the most distant galaxies As the only US institution with access to the GTC UF astronomers have unique opportunities to pursue both small focused studies and major collaborative projects in partnership with Spain and Mexico e g GOYA UF is a full member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey III SDSS III and is leading MARVELS one of four key SDSS III projects The UF Astronomy department Instrumentation group develops instruments for the GTC SDSS III and other major observatories such as the Gemini Kitt Peak and Keck observatories UF astronomers also collect data from space based observatories such as NASA s Hubble Space Telescope Chandra Spitzer and Kepler missions The UF theoretical astrophysics group including several members of the UF Department of Physics with expertise in particle astrophysics gravitational wave astronomy and theoretical cosmology synthesizes observations from these and other observatories to develop and test models that describe the formation and evolution of planets stars and galaxies By combining our expertise in astronomical observations theory and instrumentation UF award winning faculty postdocs and students continue to further

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