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March 13th: Learning Space : Informal Astronomy Outreach

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Podcaster: Host : Nicole Gugliucci, Georgia Bracey. Guest: Tavi Greiner

Title: Learning Space : Informal Astronomy Outreach

Organization: CosmoQuest

Link : You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/68eSbrlK1Qw

Description:  “Too often, I hear from individuals who desire to encourage others in astronomy but are intimidated by their lack of title or larger audience. I have several fun ideas to encourage these individuals, as well as some reference studies that generally prove the value of informal outreach.”

Bio: Nicole Gugliucci and Georgia Bracey from SIUE are CosmoQuest

Tavi Greiner is a Former Program Director for Slooh.com,  Former Outreach Director for Astronomy.FM, Co-Founder of A Sky Full of Stars Astronomy Productions, Co-host of Deep Sky Divas and Space Has Curves

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