Saturday, March 10, 2012 | Pasadena, CA | Houston, TX | Portland, OR | Laurel, MD

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory - Laurel, MD

EVENT DETAILS

Presenters:

  • Dr. Ralph McNutt, Principal Investigator on New Horizons Pluto Energetic Particle Spectrometer Science Investigation (PEPSSI), Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Dr. Nancy Chabot, Instrument Scientist for Mercury Dual Imaging System, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Dr. David Blewett, Dawn Science Team, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Karen Jacobsen, Artist and owner of In Situ Science Illustration
  • Dr. Julie Edmonds, Education and Public Outreach (EPO) Lead for MESSENGER and Co-Director, Carnegie Academy for Science Education
  • Heather Weir, EPO team member, MESSENGER; EPO Lead - New Horizons Fellows Program; PI - NASA Climate Day; DREAM EPO team member; and Senior Science Education Specialist, Science Systems and Applications, Inc.
  • Dr. Harri Vanhalla, EPO team member, MESSENGER Educator Program Coordinator, National Center for Earth and Space Science Education

Contact Information:

Dr. Julie Edmonds
jedmonds@ciw.edu

DIRECTIONS

The workshop will take place at the Kossiakoff Center at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.

Directions, Map, and Parking:

See the APL Visitor's Guide (PDF)

Entry/ID Requirements:

The Kossiakoff Center is open to the general public. Therefore, personal ID and proof of citizenship is NOT REQUIRED for entry.