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    Speaking & Lectures

    Below is a recent list of public (in-person) lectures and talks on a variety of topics such as astronomy, old stars and the formation of the chemical elements, or the importance of mentoring and role modeling, and how to practice good STEM leadership:


    2023 // Technology Open Air Festival, Berlin, Germany

    2023 // MIT Alumni Club of Boston, Cambridge MA

    2023 // Duncan Lecture, Auburn University, Auburg AL

    2018 // MIT Secular Society, Cambridge MA

    2018 // Cambridge Science Festival, Cambridge MA

    2017 // SciTech, Perth , Australia

    2017 // NerdNite, Washington DC

    2017 // Speaker, March for Science, Boston

    2016 // Hayden Planetarium, New York City

    2016 // Public Lecture, Clemson University, Clemson SC

    2016 // North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh NC


    If you are looking for a speaker on topics such as astronomy, stars & STEAM leadership, please get in touch here!



    Podcasts, Videos & Media

  • Origins Podcast with Dr. Natasha Wilson

    Astronomy Books, Big Telescopes and the Oldest Stars


    Find it also on Substack!

    Lex Fridman Podcast

    #378 Anna Frebel: Origin and Evolution of the Universe, Galaxies, and Stars



    Find it also on Spotify! 


  • Cosmic Origin of the Chemical Elements

    Mini-lecture video series on YouTube

    (11 lightboard lectures)

    2023 Duncan Lecture - Auburn University

    Invited Lecture on the origins of the heavy elements in stars

  • Theatrical & Interactive Media


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    Pursuit of Discovery:

    Lise Meitner & Nuclear Fission

    In collaboration with STEM on Stage, I have created, performed and co-written a living history portrayal of physicist Lise Meitner as part of a science talk exploring the origins of nuclear fission in the field of astrophysics. Preview theatrical performances of “Pursuit of Discovery: Lise Meitner & Nuclear Fission” were held at Auburn University, Cambridge Science Festival, SciTech (Perth, Australia), NerdNite (Washington, DC), Girl’s Angle Math club (Cambridge, MA)

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    POP! Astronomy

    Eaten a Mars candy bar lately? Were you thinking about the red planet while taking a bite?


    If not, check out our POP! Astronomy educational video series and online

    science communications campaign.


    It featuring scientific presentations made by undergraduate students at MIT about astronomy terms found in popular consumer items.