LAMAT Python Bootcamp, January 2015
Co-Instructor: Mark Krumholz
Description: Crash course in learning programming skills and python programming for use in scientific research. This course was taught for the Lamat REU program led by Prof. Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz.
Astronomy 2: Overview of the Universe, UCSC, Fall 2010
Instructor: Roger Knacke
Description: An overview of the main ideas in our current view of the universe, and how they originated. Galaxies, quasars, stars, pulsars, and planets. Intended primarily for nonscience majors interested in a one-quarter survey of classical and modern astronomy.
(Description from UCSC)
Astronomy C10: Introduction to General Astronomy, UC Berkeley, Fall 2009
Instuctor: Alex Filippenko
Description: A description of modern astronomy with emphasis on the structure and evolution of stars, galaxies, and the Universe. Additional topics optionally discussed include quasars, pulsars, black holes, and extraterrestrial communication, etc.
(Description from UC Berkeley)