[sac-forum] Re: ASU Astronomy Club and Public Lecture Series

Hello all,

I've been in contact with Ray Sanders who - as you'll see below - is the
outreach director for the astronomy club over at ASU.  I also spoke some
with Paul Knauth at Antennas over the weekend about this group and he had
many good things to say as well.  Ray asked me to pass along a flyer and
extend an invitation to all SAC members to attend the first in their public
lecture series this Friday night.  Please see the attached brochure for
more information.

ASU Astronomy Club Public Lecture Series
1/27/2012<https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B95qkaPBzXlhNDVjOTkyYjMtOWNkYi00YTI0LThjNGEtYzdiNTBjNmE4MGU4>

Anyone wishing for more information on the club at ASU can contact Ray at
the address above.

Thanks,

Mike Wiles
Vice President
Saguaro Astronomy Club

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 6:57 AM, Ray Sanders <Raymond.J.Sanders@xxxxxxx>wrote:

> Mike,
>
> I wanted to take a minute and officially introduce ASU's "Astro
> Devils" Astronomy Club - the first known dedicated Astronomy club at
> ASU in over two decades.
> As you know, I currently serve as the outreach director for the club.
>
> Founded in October of 2011, the Astro Devils aim to encourage students
> and the public to learn more about astronomy and space.
> Our club works in conjunction with the ASU Astronomy Open House, as
> well as the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.
> (SEDS).
>
> What may interest members of the Saguaro Astronomy club is our
> upcoming "Public Lecture Series", which are colloquium style
> presentations that are open to the public.
>
> Our first lecture in the series is by Dr. Paul Scowen.  Attached are
> promotional materials that I humbly request you pass on to your
> membership.
> After Dr. Scowen's presentation, ASU's Astronomy Open House will run
> from 8 - 10 PM (weather permitting). Both Dr. Scowen's talk and
> Astronomy Open House are this Friday.
>
> The Astro Devils look forward to working with Saguaro Astronomy Club
> on future events such as Yuri's Night 2012, and the upcoming Messier
> Marathon.
>
> If you or a representative from Saguaro Astronomy Club would like to
> come speak at one of our club meetings, please let me know and I'll be
> happy to make the necessary arrangements.
>
> I've CC'ed our club president, Pye Pye Zaw, and our graduate advisor
> Kim Ward-Duong.
> If you or other members have any questions about our group, don't
> hesitate to contact either of them, or myself.
>
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
>
>
> Ray Sanders
>
>
> --
> "Our ancestors lived out of doors. They were as familiar with the
> night sky as most of us are with our favorite television programs."
> - Carl Sagan
>
> Ray Sanders
> Undergraduate Research Assistant
> "Astro Devils" Outreach Team
> NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador
> Arizona State University - School of Earth and Space Exploration
> Raymond.J.Sanders@xxxxxxx
> (602)300-4344
>

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