As a member of the Space Astrophysics Group and Center for EUV Astrophysics at UC Berkeley, Anne has worked on testing, assembly, and calibration of the EUVE satellite instruments, and served for several years as technical writer for the EUVE Guest Observer Program. In collaboration with members of the EGO Program staff, she wrote and produced the EUVE Guest Observer Program Handbook, and the EUVE Data Products and Software User's Guides.
Ms. Miller-Bagwell joined the CEA Education group in December of 1995, bringing her familiarity with the EUVE Project, and her writing, communication, and organizational skills to the Science Information Infrastructure project. She served as west-coast coordinator of Science Information Infrastructure CAN team, facilitating partnership among western science museums and schools through the project's web site, publications, and correspondence. She has been editing Project Web pages and lesson materials since 1993.
Come Check out the Science Education Gateway!
SEGway is a consortium of science museums, research centers, and education professionals, devoted to presentating NASA remote sensing data and the resulting University research to the public and the K-12 community. Our education resource site is designed for educators, with fast download times and access to teaching tools for the lessons. Our other projects include education/public outreach programs for the HESSI, CHIPS, FAST and STEREO/IMPACT missions.
When not at CEA, Anne may be engaging in one of several varieties of British Isles dance, sitting zazen at the Oakland Zen Center, cooking, trekking the Himalayas (see glasses in picture #2), playing music with the Pied Piper, or doing something foolish. See the Berkeley Morris Dancers HomePage for a peek!
Any opinions or improprieties in this page are solely those of Anne Miller-Bagwell, and do not in any way reflect policies of the University of California or the Center for EUV Astrophysics. If you thought otherwise, well, SHAME ON YOU!!