Tag Archives: Mars

Michael Crow

DSC_8538(Episode 22) — Dr. Michael Crow is the President of Arizona State University. Arizona State was recently ranked the “Most Innovative” by US News & World Report. Before joining ASU as President in 2002, Dr. Crow was the Executive Vice Provost at Columbia University.  Among the many accomplishments of the university under Dr. Crow’s leadership is the creation of the School of Earth and Space Exploration.

Photo Credit: Abigail Weibel

Earth and Space Exploration Day

1934676_56539701692_1948176_n(Episode 14) — This episode was recorded at the annual Earth and Space Exploration Day on November 7th! Guests include David Williams, Ariel Anbar, Craig Hardgrove, Jenny Patience, Steve Desch, Steve Semken and Scott Smas. Topics range anywhere from Mars, CubeSATs, Pluto and exoplanets to a look into the private sector of space exploration.

Mark Salvatore

pic21(Episode 10) — Dr. Mark Salavatore is an Assistant Professor of Geology at the University of Michigan. During his time at Arizona State Dr. Salvatore worked on many infrared instruments used to study the surface of Mars. He applies his extensive research in Antarctica and meteorology to the red planet.  (Recorded Summer 2015)