Episode 1: Philip sitting over the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles, CA. Copyright 2011 teKnoculture and Reynal Gulilen. All rights reserved
Portrait of Lacy. Copyright 2011 teKnoculture and Reynal Gulilen. All rights reserved.
Interior shot of the 100 inch diameter Hooker telescope at the Mount Wilson observatory in California on July, 10, 2011. Copyright 2011 teKnoculture and Reynal Gulilen. All rights reserved.
Lighting test; advanced and exagerated sharpening with cold blue tones suggest a more detached machine-like qualities. Copyright 2011 teKnoculture and Reynal Gulilen. All rights reserved.
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The research project entitled " Intellectual and Cultural Transitions Among Science Students " at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) examines the character of how students migrate from home and society into an astronomy and physics learning college environment.
Through questionnaires and interviews Reynal Guillen, Ph.D. (Chicano Studies Reserach Center) and Professor Juan Gomez-Quinones (History), both from the University of California, Los Angeles, will collaborate with UCR Astronomy Professor Bahram Mobasher to accomplish this goal.
If you are enrolled in UCR Physics 37 during the Fall 2012 quarter and wish to participate then
1. read the information sheet attachment below to learn what is involved in this study;
2. register as a user on this web site;
3. await for an email that will clear you to answer a questionnaire/quiz located at this web site page;
4. after you have completed one questionnaire/quiz then you may go to "Research" >" UCR Physics and Astronomy study" on the menu above or simply click here to fill out the rest of the quizes.
The first attachment document below is an information sheet explaining what is required from participants and the second attachment document provides background and a description of this study.
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