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Midwest Space Grant Conference July 25-26th

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GLAS Education director and CEO Kate Meredith and GLAS marketing director Katie Corbett led two workshops on making science accessible to everyone during the Midwest Regional Space Grant Consortium Conference […]

Zach SDSS Plug Plate Presentation

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Three years ago, Zach Meredith, then an intern at GLAS Education, was part of the team that started the plug plate project funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Space […]

Ashley Sonification Intern Presentation

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Ashley Wimer of GLAS Education is deep diving into the grant process for research into sonification. “The search is on now to find which funding programs are available,” she said. […]

Daniel Dark Skies Office Intern Presentation

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Daniel Feng is working on projects to help a local community and a spiritual retreat in northern Wisconsin to evaluate their needs for responsible lighting. Daniel is an intern working […]

Alex LENSS Intern Presentation

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Light sensors are at the heart of GLAS Education’s efforts at dark sky education.Alex Scerba, a GLAS Education intern, is designing improvements to the sensors, increasing their durability and their […]

GLAS has won the #myprusa competition!

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GLAS Education will receive a free 3-D printer valued at $1,000 as one of 10 winners in Prusa Research’s 10th-anniversary contest. The winners were announced on July 8th. Prusa Research […]

New and Improved Galaxy Dominoes

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Recently at GLAS Education we have been working on refining our Galaxy Dominos! The galaxy dominos are a project focused on developing tactile models of different galaxy types, with information […]

Dark-Sky Friendly Slopes

In today’s world, technological innovations such as those by Ultra-Tech™ Lighting can help illuminate our outdoor ski areas with minimum levels of intrusion to wildlife species. Snow presents a difficult […]

A Fitting Citizen Science Conjunction

The conjunction of two citizen science campaigns this February provides food for thought in our community. First, from February 3–12, comes the monthly Globe at Night project — an initiative […]

The Christmas Star Drive-In Party

Leave it to Wisconsin weather to ruin a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event. But that did not deter GLAS Education from holding a star party in Duck Creek Recreation Area, Fontana, starting […]

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