U of Minnesota Astronomy DepartmentFall 1995 Colloquia

The first two are experimental, intended to help students and others' awareness of the varieties of research happening in the department.

September 29 -- Bob Gehrz and Larry Rudnick, University of Minnesota: two mini-talks on Work in Progress.

October 6 -- Tom Jones and Kris Davidson, University of Minnesota: two mini-talks on Work in Progress.

October 13 -- Joe Cassinelli, University of Wisconsin: "EUVE Observations of B-star Photospheres and Winds, 300 to 700 Angstroms"

October 20 -- Terry Jones, University of Minnesota: "Grain Alignment Quandary: Good News or Bad?"

October 27 -- Woody Sullivan, University of Washington: "The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Strategies and recent developments"

November 3 -- Nick Devereux, New Mexico State University: "Rate and Efficiency of High-Mass Star Formation along the Hubble Sequence"

November 10 -- Ron Taam, Northwestern University: "Theory of Common-Envelope Evolution of Binary Star Systems"

November 17 -- Bruce Balick, University of Washington: "Bipolar Flows" (provisional topic, may change)

November 24 -- (Thanksgiving holiday)

December 1 -- Keith Olive, University of Minnesota: "Recent Developments in Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis"

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