I regularly give planetarium shows to public and local school audiences at the UCLA Planetarium. Shows consist of a special topic portion (with topics ranging to solar system astronomy to stellar and galactic astronomy, depending on audience age), and a star show. I’ve also developed a special topic show about neutron stars and pulsars, suitable for a general public audience.
I’m also one of the graduate student coordinators helping run the UCLA Planetarium. With approximately 4000 guests annually, our planetarium is the largest astronomy outreach at UCLA. As coordinator, I help organize visits to the planetarium for local schools and recruit graduate student volunteers for our shows.
I like to share my enthusiasm for science and astronomy through writing. My current outlet for this is my personal blog Radial Infall.
UCLA Astronomy Live!
and Exploring Your Universe
I regularly volunteer for UCLA’s Astronomy Live!, visiting local K–12 schools to perform various astronomy demonstrations.
I’ve served on the organizing committee for 4 years on UCLA’s annual science event, Exploring Your Universe. In addition to helping coordinate the general logistics of the event, I developed the overall design of the event (detailed in full, gory detail over here!).