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|Barnes, Thomas||Astronomy||His research interests are focused on the use of pulsating variable stars, particularly Cepheids and RR Lyrae variables, to refine Galactic and extragalactic distance scales. Currently he is working …|
|Berg, Charles||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Radio-Television-Film||Latino images in film; Mexican cinema; visual culture; film studies; film theory and criticism|
|Cochran, William||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Searches for extrasolar planetary systems High-precision measurements of stellar radial velocity variations Variable stars Asteroids Planetary atmospheres Comets|
|Gaskell, C||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Dr. Gaskell is interested in active galactic nuclei ("quasars"). These are violent events going on around the supermassive black holes which are found in the centers of all large galaxies. …|
|Hemenway, Mary||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Astronomy education for grades K-16. Public outreach in astronomy.|
|Jaffe, Dan||Astronomy||Infrared and submillimeter observations of interstellar gas and star formation regions; physics of the dense interstellar medium; instrumentation for infrared and submillimeter spectroscopy|
|Kraus, Adam||Astronomy||Star and planet formation Fundamental properties of stars Membership and properties of nearby star clusters and associations Datamining of large surveys to search for rare classes of stars|
|Lester, Daniel||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Infrared emission lines; abundances in H II regions; infrared studies of star formation; starburst galaxies|
|Montgomery, Michael||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Stellar Structure and Evolution: White Dwarfs, A-stars Stellar Pulsation: Lightcurve modeling, Crystallization, Chemical Diffusion, Core/Envelope Symmetry, DARC/WET Long Wavelength Array (LWA)|
|Odewahn, Stephen||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||The Galaxy Image Library A Study of Isolated Galaxies Dwarf Hunting in Abell 868 Studies of the Coma cluster The Mid-UV Morphology of Galaxies Star-Galaxy Counts North and South of the Galactic …|