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Nathalie C. Haurberg

Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

Years at Knox: 2013 to present

Education
Ph.D., Astronomy and Physics, 2013, Indiana University.
M.A., Astronomy, 2008, Indiana University.
B.A., Physics, cum laude, 2006, Knox College.

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Honors/Grants
Research Fellow, Indiana University Department of Astronomy, Bloomington, Indiana.
Indiana Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowship, May 2012 - May 2015.
Graduate Research Fellowship, Indiana Space Grant Consortium, 2012-2013.
College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Year Fellowship, August 2011 - June 2012.
Indiana Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowship, March 2009 - March 2010.
Recipient of the Indiana University Outreach Award, 2010.
Graduate Research Fellowship, Indiana Space Grant Consortium, 200-2010.
Recipient of the Frank and Margaret Edmonson Prize, 2009.
NASA International Year of Astronomy Ambassador Fellowship, 2009.
Recipient of the Smith Prize for Achievement in Physics, 2006.

Publications
Refereed Publications:
Rhode, K. L., Salzer, J. J., Haurber'gl N. C., Van Sistine, A., Young, M. D., Haynes, M. P., Giovanelli, R., Cannon, J. M., Skillman, E. D., McQuinn, K. B. W., 81 Adams, E. A. K., ALFAZLF/l Dzlfcovery 0f a New Local Group Caa9L9a[c.'DLl1tance Eatimate an@ Redalfa from Optical Imaging ofLeo P, submitted.

Haurberg, N.C., Lubell, G.M.G., Cohn, H.N., Lugger, P.M., Anderson, J., Cool, A.M. & Serenelli, A.M. 2010, ApJ, 722, 158; Ultaviolet-bright Stellar Populations and Their Evoluntionary Implications in the Collapsed-core Cluster M15.

Presentations
Invited Talk, Indiana Astronomical Society CbemúalAáunßancea of 12 Low-Mada Galaxieafram tbe Arecibo Dual Beam Survey, August, 2012.

Poster, 215'h Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Washington, DC UV -Brig/.vt Stellar Population.; ¿n t/re Core :rf/1115, Haurbergl N., Lubell, G. M. G., Lugger, P. M., Cohn, H. N., Anderson, J., Cool, A., 8l Serenelli, A. M., January, 2010.

Invited talk, "Exotic Stars in Globular Clusters: How Old Stellar Systems are Fueling a Hot Topic," Knox College, October, 2008.

Contact
nhaurber@knox.edu
309-341-7025

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