The universe is the final frontier to us, and in this beginning class, you will get to explore the big questions: How did the universe come into existence? How did the sun and all the planets form in our solar system? Is there life outside our own solar system? What is an exoplanet? How do stars form and die? The effects of gravity will be demonstrated using an exhibit that shows how space-time distorts. Join us to discover what the building blocks of life itself are…and how it relates to you!
Meet Your Instructor, Dennis Roscoe, PhD!
Dr. Dennis Roscoe holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Neurophysiology from the University of Arizona, School of Medicine. He was a professor of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University and a professor of Neurology at UW-Madison. He has combined his engineering and medical background to design and develop medical devices and has been the founder and president of two medical device companies. For the last ten years, he has also developed a passion for astrophotography and currently owns and operates his own personal observatory.