HOME PAGE OF BEVERLY J. SMITH


  Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at East Tennessee State University.

Research Interests: Multi-Wavelength Studies of the Interstellar Medium and Star Formation in External Galaxies; Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars
email:   Telephone: (423)-439-8418   Office: Brown Hall 273


SPRING 2014 CLASSES: ASTRONOMY 1020: ASTRONOMY II CLASS
                                  PHYS 1500: RESEARCH METHODS

FALL 2014 CLASSES: ASTRONOMY 1010: ASTRONOMY I CLASS
                                  PHYS 4117: THERMAL AND STATISTICAL PHYSICS

  • Spring 2014 Office Hours: Tuesday 4 -5 PM/Wednesday 3-4 PM

  • Research Program
  • Publications and Recent Conference Presentations


    Interacting galaxies with Spitzer/GALEX/SARA
    The 4.5 micron Excess from Dwarf Galaxies
    Chandra X-Ray Imaging of the Interacting Galaxy NGC 7714/5
    The COBE DIRBE Point Source Catalog and Infrared Light Curves of Variable Stars
    Galaxy Wars: Stellar Populations and Star Formation in Interacting Galaxies Conference: held at ETSU July 19-22, 2009
    ETSU Observatory Open House Presentations on Dusty Variable Stars, Black Holes, Galaxy Collisions, the Chandra X-Ray Telescope, and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

    Mice, Monsters, and Other Celestial Beasts: A Space Safari
    A Public Presentation at the ETSU Planetarium

    Optical Image2.6mm CO Spectrum158 micron [C II] Spectrum
    NGC 4294, a low mass galaxy with large quantities of previously unseen gas

    Last update: 8/4/14