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• Ph.D. Astrophysics, York University • M.Sc. Astrophysics, York University • H.B.Sc. Astrophysics, McMaster University
Jesse Rogerson is an assistant professor at York University, where he studies supermassive black holes and variable stars; he teaches introductory astronomy and planetary science courses. In addition, Jesse is an accomplished science communicator, working to demystify complex scientific topics – from satellites and rockets to the effects of space on the human body. Jesse has worked at three of Canada’s preeminent science museums, where he engaged a variety of audiences from around the world with astronomy, planetary science, and other space sciences. He continues to study science communication theory and pedagogy.
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