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9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

9th grade students at Aspen High School researched environmental issues and want you to protect the planet. 

Raleigh Burleigh/KDNK

This week on Let's Talk, Jill Rubin explores curiosity, current events and mental health with three local students: Willow Walden, Blake Petersen, and Ayla Cuseo.

Paul Goldbart is Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Professor in the Department of Physics at University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses primarily on condensed matter. Paul also contributes to the fields of mesoscopic physics, quantum entanglement and chaos, atom-light crystallization in ultracold gases, nano-superconductivity, and a little law and economics.

Aspen Center for Physics

Dr. Katherine Mack is a theoretical astrophysicist who studies cosmology and teaches at North Carolina State University. She speaks with Aspen High School's Maxine Mellin and Lander Greenway about dark matter, the early universe, galaxy formation, black holes, cosmic strings and the ultimate fate of the cosmos.

Thank you Ms. Noonan and Ms. Ward

May 4, 2019

The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment appreciates Roaring Fork Valley Teachers during the 2019 National Teacher Appreciation Week. Thank you Megan Noonan and Sarah Ward from Aspen High School. 

Ajay Gopinathan joined UC Merced just as it opened and served as one of the founding members of the faculty, helping build undergraduate and graduate programs in Physics as well as interdisciplinary centers and institutes on campus.

Aspen Ute Foundation

Aspen Ute Foundation's annual pow wow will be at Aspen High School this year with a new name and more activities than ever. Aspen Ute Foundation Founder Deanne Vitrac-Kessler, coordinator Anuk Bald Eagle, board member Karin Gieske and volunteer Bill Hildebrand joined Raleigh Burleigh on Express Yourself to talk about the Shining Mountains Pow Wow, at Aspen high School from 1pm to 10pm on April 13. Grand Entry is at 5pm.

Patty Fox

 

On this month's edition of Radio Physics, we hear from Smitha Vishveshwara, Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. Smitha is bringing physics and the arts together with a focus on her two favorite subjects, the quantum world and the cosmos.

Fiona Burnell is an assistant professor of physics at the University of Minnesota where she researches condensed matter physics — that is, how materials behave at very low temperatures, in regimes where quantum mechanics plays an important role in determining their properties.  Her current focus is on using mathematics to understand new types of properties that materials could have, and helping to understand how to create new materials with these properties.

Chris Impey

Chris Impey is a University Distinguished Professor and deputy head of the astronomy department at the University of Arizona. His research has been supported by $18 million in grants from NASA and the National Science Foundation, and he has had 24 projects given time on astronomy's premier research facility, the Hubble Space Telescope.

Sonia Paban

Sonia Paban is an Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the fundamental physics of the early universe, a period known as cosmic inflation. Sonia’s research seeks to understand how likely it was for the universe to enter this period of exponential expansion. She is also interested in which detailed particle physics mechanisms are both compatible with the observations and with String Theory.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

Ninth grade students at Aspen High School research environmental issues and want you to protect our planet.

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