The colloquia are currently held via WebEx on Wednesday afternoons, 3:30 - 4:30 pm (any exceptions are noted in the event description). Join the WebEx meeting using this link. It is also possible to call through your computer or by phone at the number listed on your WebEx session (WebEx help).

The list of talks from 2009 onward may be found by clicking on the year in the sidebar on the Events page and then sorting by Colloquia.


Fall 2022 Colloquia Details
Event Event date Speaker Affiliation
Supernova Science with Rubin Observatory - Melissa L. Graham Univ. of Washington
The Origin and Distance of the High-Velocity Cloud MI - Joan Schmelz USRA
Extragalactic Magnetism using FIR polarimetry: first results of the legacy program - Enrique Lopez-Rodriguez KAVLI/ Stanford
Star Formation in Nearby Analogues of Early Universe Galaxies: From Turbulent, Gas-Rich Disks to Low-Metallicity Environments - Laura Lenkic USRA
SPHEREx: the first all-sky near-infrared spectral survey and a unique probe on Interstellar Ices - Roberta Paladini IPAC/ Caltech
Water on the moon: evidence from 6um SOFIA observations - William Reach USRA
AGN in the mid-IR - Anna Sajina Tufts
Las Cumbres Observatory: A Unique Global Network for Science and Education - Lisa Storrie-Lombardi LCO
Spring Colloquia Details
Event Event date Speaker Affiliation
Magnets in the Sky - Bryan Gaensler U. Toronto
Colloquium: Investigating the electron density distribution in low metallicity environment - Fiorella Polles USRA
Colloquium: Shaking the dust off the Sombrero - Jessica Sutter USRA
Colloquium: Unraveling the Molecular ISM in the Tarantula's Web - Tony Wong University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign