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Ethiopian Physical Society-International was conceptualized in 1987 during a Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference in Sandiego California when two Ethiopians met.  At this time It is a pure online organization and it owes its existence to  the advent of information technology and the internet.   <Read more>


With funding obtained from NASA, we have developed a model space science curriculum to attract students to science and mathematical fields.  Our research and education fous include ionospheric phenomenon, planetary science and deep space exploration. <Read more

Michael Kran is an amateur astronomer. As a fourth grader, he first saw Saturn, a stunning gem of a planet, through an eight-inch refractor. From that moment forward, he has had a love of observation. Forty years later, Michael has become passionate about the use of real-time, remote, robotic telescopes in creating educational curriculum for schools and colleges. The potential to expand the range of observations made through the use of remote, robotic scopes located in a number of dark locations in different time zones has only begun to be tapped. Michael Kran would also like to see real-time, local robotic scopes used to create live, digital astrophotography shows for the public to augment the public viewing nights at our nation's science museums.<Read more>

Professor Alice Butterfield, director of SWWP. Housed at Addis Ababa University the mission of SWEEP is to prepare scholars who can undertake action research through community engagement that addresses the social development challenges Ethiopia faces, builds knowledge to strengthen community life, and stewards the education and profession of social work within the nation. The program will advance scholarship relevant to Ethiopia and expand the corps of Ethiopian scholars who are committed to the social development of the country. The kind of scholar the program identifies is contextually relevant to the Ethiopian experience and to the challenges and needs the country faces whether regionally or at local levels, in accordance with national and international standards.<Read more>

Victor Herrero is Amateur Astronomomer and member of Tuccson Amateur Astronomy Association.<Read more>. Also read Victor's radio astronomy page



Wanda Diaz : Currently a PhD student in Europe, worked on Soniffication Prototype  for Space Physics, a blind astrophysicist, she is seen here helping a blind student hear an astrophysical phenomenon. Diaz has not let her visual impairment interfere with her passion for radio astronomy, or prevent her from passing that passion on to a new generation of astronomers. NASA's Radio JOVE project has played an important role in her ability to conduct research and to teach astronomy to younger students.<Read more>

Adrian Meyers, CEO of NYDT:  National Youth Development Trust is a South African international NGO committed to youth development in science, technology, engineering and mathematics using space science as unifying theme.  NYDT Specializes in space science education and public outreach<read more>

Troy Cline is the Educational Technologist of NASA's Sun-Earth Connection Education Forum team. Before coming to NASA, Troy was a high school mathematics teacher and Educational Technology Coordinator at an alternative high school in Virginia, working with 'at-risk' students. During that time he also completed a Master's degree in Educational Technology and Leadership at The George Washington University in Washington D.C. His undergraduate was in education with a strong focus on science and mathematics.




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