Franklin Marsh ’17 Honored by American Astronomical Society

posted on February 9, 2016 by

Orlando, FL - AAS 2016 - Attendees during the Chambliss Poster Sessions at the American Astronomical Society's (AAS) 227th annual meeting at the Gaylord Palms hotel here today, Thursday January 7, 2016. The American Astronomical Society (AAS), established in 1899 and based in Washington, DC, is the major organization of professional astronomers in North America. The annual meeting is the premier astronomical event with more than 2,300 astronomers, educators, industry representatives, and journalists in attendance and at least 1,600 oral and poster presentations scheduled. Photo by © CorporateEventImages/Luke Franke 2016

Marsh during the Chambliss Poster Sessions at the AAS 227th annual meeting. The AAS, established in 1899 , is the major organization of professional astronomers in North America. The annual meeting is the premier astronomical event with more than 2,300 astronomers, educators, industry representatives, and journalists in attendance and at least 1,600 oral and poster presentations scheduled. Photo by © CorporateEventImages/Luke Franke 2016

 

 

Astronomy major Franklin Marsh ’17 was awarded with the a Chambliss Student Poster Award from the American Astronomical Society (AAS). Marsh was an undergraduate medal winner at the 227th AAS meeting, with over 200 judges deciding on the winners. Congratulations, Franklin!