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Guest Speakers and Session Titles

2022 ASP Summer Symposium

Invited Speakers I Session Titles


Summer Ash I National Radio Astronomy Observatory

How Being Forced to Go Virtual is Shaping Future Outreach Plans at NRAO


Sanlyn Buxner I Planetary Science Institute

Discussing Professional Societies' Strategies for Science Communication and Public Engagement


Karlisa Callwood I Perry Institute for Marine Science; Science Communication Trainers Network Board

Building and Applying a Framework for Inclusive Science Communication


Lynn Cominsky I Sonoma State University

Neurodiversity in STEM


Suzanne Gurton I National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Digging Deeper into On the Spot Feedback Tactics


Andrea Jones I NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Successes and Strategies from the International Observe the Moon Night Organizing Team


Liz Kruesi I Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Reporting on the Big Stories in Astronomy


Brian Kruse I Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Eclipse Ambassadors: Partners Working to Bring the Wonders of a Solar Eclipse to Communities Off the Path


Laura Peticolas I EdEon STEM Learning/Sonoma State University

Engaging Millions of People During the 2023-24 Solar Eclipses


Tenzin Rabga I Drepung Gomang Monastery, Mundgod, India

Engaging Tibetan Buddhist Monks and Nuns in Astronomy

Dennis Schatz I Institute for Learning Innovation

The STEM Ambassador Program: Conducting an Immersion Experience with Your Audience to Improve Your Public Engagement


Greg Schultz I Astronomical Society of the Pacific

On-the-Spot Feedback: The Fundamentals of Seeking and Using Feedback in Public Engagement


Theresa Summer I Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Perspectives in Welcoming Astronomy Engagement


Dayna Thompson I Ball State University, Charles W. Brown Planetarium

Further Together: Finding Community Through Planetariums and Informal Learning Institutions


Ryan Wyatt I California Academy of Sciences

Leveraging Effective Visualizations in Astronomy


KaChun Yu I Denver Museum of Nature & Science 

Engaging with Resistant Audiences in This Age of Science Misinformation