As a member of the Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society, you have the privilege to vote for colleagues who will serve as your representatives on the MAPS Board. This year we have three wonderful candidates to choose from that will take three seats that are available.
MAPS members – check your inbox for your online voting invitation. All votes must by submitted by January 31, 2016. We thank you for your participation in this election and in MAPS overall.
Review the candidates’ bios in the table below.
Catalina offers local sky watchers once-in-a-lifetime treat
A segment on Buffalo’s NPR News Station interviews Tim Collins, senior presenter at the Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium at Buffalo State College and community education instructor at the Williamsville Spacelab Planetarium.
A Galaxy Far, Far Away — Right There On The Ceiling
A segment on NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ featured quotes from several planetarians from the MAPS region.
The Margaret Noble Address is named in honor of one of the founding members of MAPS. Margaret Noble was a teacher and planetarian at Cardozo High School in Washington D.C. Her particular talents in persuasion, diplomacy, persistence and her passion for astronomy guided her efforts in bringing the universe to students.