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Cosmic Times is being developed by a team consisting of writers, teachers, an evaluator, a graphic artist, an editor. Pictured below are the project leaders with our team of teachers from Perkiomen Valley School District in Pennsylvania.
|(from left to right): James Lochner (Project Leader), Sandra Sweeney, Damico Ponzio, Roberta Paul, Joe Petsko, Sandra Knotts, Barbara Mattson (Deputy Project Leader)|
Beth Barbier - editor, and contributor for 1929 Cosmic Times
Karen Smale - graphic artist for poster and newsletter layouts
Dr. Grace Cisek (Perkiomen Valley School District) - coordinator for our teachers.
Allyson Walker (Cornerstone Evaluation Associates, Pittsburgh, PA) - coordinator for the evaluation of the poster and lessons. The evaluations were carried out by teachers who are members of the THEMIS GOENS program: Cris DeWolf (Remus, MI), Harriet T. Howe (Ft. Yates, ND), Victor Trautman (Petersburg, AK), Wendell Gehman (Pine Ridge, SD), Laura Orr (Ukiah, OR), and Ray Benson (Kipnuk, AK). We thank them all for their diligence and suggestions.
Larry O'Hanlon (Placitas, NM) - writer for 1955, 1965, 1993 and 2006 Cosmic Times
Andrea Gianopolous (Neenah, WI) - writer for 1929 Cosmic Times
Trudy Bell (Lakewood, OH) - writer for 1919 Cosmic Times
April Lanotte (Calhan, CO) - wrote the text for the Early Edition newsletters (for reading level grades 7-8)
Aaron LaBlanc (Chesapeake High School, Pasadena, MD, Class of 2010) - designed the online version of the Cosmic Times posters for the new version of the web site; also helped with the layout for the Early and Home editions of the newsletters.
The Imagine the Universe! Team - participated in the design and review of the Cosmic Times articles.
Cosmic Times is a product of the Imagine the Universe! website. Imagine the Universe is a service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC), Dr. Alan P. Smale (Director), within the Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
The Cosmic Times Team