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Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are held in SW007 at 4:00 p.m. (unless noted below)
Colloquium Teas are held in SW130 at 3:30 p.m. (unless noted below)

Academic Year 2017-2018




Department Welcome Tea
August 22
Steven Janowiecki
(The University of Western Australia)
Gas-rich Group Central Galaxies Feeding on the Cosmic Web, and Indirect Gas Mass Estimates for High Redshift Galaxies August 29
Suvrath Mahadevan
(Penn State University)

Precision Spectroscopy & Photometry in the Era of Exoplanet Discovery

September 19
Danny Milisavljevic
(Purdue University)

Radical Frontiers of Stellar Evolution

October 17
Wendy Freedman
(University of Chicago)
Tension in Measurements of the Hubble Constant: Is There New Physics? November 7
Wendy Freedman
(University of Chicago)
Edmondson Lecture:
Our Unexpected Universe
Place: Rawles 100
November 8
Jennifer Johnson
(Ohio State University)

Better Stellar Ages Through Chemistry

November 14
Benne Holwerda
(University of Louisville)

A Search for High-Redshift Galaxies And An Accidental Galactic Survey of Dwarf Stars with Hubble
November 28
Evan Skillman
(University of Minnesota)

The Resolved Stellar Populations JWST Early Release Science Program
Swain West 130

January 23
Michael Meyer
(University of Michigan)

Empirical Constraints on Theories of Planet Formation: Capitalizing on Diversity

February 27
Denija Crnojevic
(Texas Tech University)
Resolving the extended stellar halos of nearby galaxies: the future of Near-Field Cosmology March 6
Renbin Yan
(University of Kentucky)

The Puzzle of Low Ionization Line-emitting Gas in Galaxies
March 20
Scott Gaudi
(Ohio State University)

Gravitational Microlensing Surveys for Exoplanets: A Watershed

March 27
Matthew Walker
(Carnegie Mellon University)

Dark Matter in the Smallest Galaxies
April 10

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