• Dr. Keivan Stassun visited DU in 2010.

  • The DU Department of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to welcome Dr. Keivan Guadalupe Stassun as its latest Marsico Visiting Scholar.  Dr. Stassun is a professor of Physics and Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.  He studies star and planet formation and is the founder of the Fisk-Vanderbilt Masters-to-PhD Bridge Program.

  • Stassun biographical information

  • The DU community is invited to the following events in conjunction with Dr. Stassun's visit:

    Lunch with Students, Wednesday 4/26, 12-1 PM, Olin Rotunda
    Undergraduate students are invited to meet and interact with Dr. Stassun.  Members of underrepresented groups in science majors may find this event particularly interesting.  Pizza will be served!  This lunch is sponsored by the DU Society of Physics Students and the Diversity in Science Coalition.

    Physics & Astronomy Colloquium, Wednesday 4/26, 4-5 PM, Olin 105
    Dr. Stassun will present results from his recent research in a talk titled "Empirical Constraints on the Formation and Evolution of Low-Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs: A Data-Intensive Approach" (abstract here).  Refreshments will be served at 3:50 in Olin 105, and follow-up discussions will take place in the Physics building, room 116, 5-6 PM.
     

    Diversity talk, Thursday 4/27, 12-1 PM, Olin 105
    See poster and abstract at right.

  • We are grateful to the Marsico Visiting Scholars Program for its support of Dr. Stassun's visit.  These events are also sponsored by the Diversity in Science Coalition and the Center for Multicultural Excellence.

  • Building Bridges to Diversity talk

  • Dr. Stassun will present a special talk on encouraging minority students in physics and astronomy, Thursday, April 29, 12-1 PM in Olin Hall.  All are welcome.  Bring your lunch!

  • Stassun diversity talk announcement (PDF)

  • Stassun diversity talk announcement
    Stassun diversity talk announcement

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