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Dr. Nicole Gugliucci is an astronomer and education researcher with a background in instrumentation and a passion for sharing the Universe. She is an assistant professor of physics in Manchester, New Hampshire. In addition to teaching introductory and advanced physics and astronomy, Dr. Gugliucci gives talks on campus and with local groups about radio astronomy, citizen science, and the convergence of science and science fiction. At night, she can often be found leading constellation tours and telescope observing sessions at the college’s observatory. She also assists in recruiting secondary education teachers from the ranks of the college’s STEM majors, trains pre-service elementary teachers in science and engineering, and studies the motivations of citizen scientists. She currently serves at the Chapter Advisor for Saint Anselm College.