Faculty & Staff Directory
- Associate Professor
- Director of Education, Quantum Science and Engineering Center
PhD, Astronomy, University of Massachusetts, (2000)
BA, Physics and Astronomy, Wesleyan University, (1993)
My astrophysics research is focused on understanding the evolution of galaxies over cosmic time primarily by studying the baryonic content of galaxies and the intergalactic medium. My work in STEM education research spans undergraduate education, graduate education, and faculty development. I am interested in how we expand the use of research-based teaching practices as a mechanism to improve student learning in the undergraduate classroom through graduate student and faculty development. With the Quantum Materials Center I am exploring how we can prepare students coming from a broad range of STEM backgrounds for the quantum information science workforce.
Currently working with:
- Quantum Materials Center
- NSF IUSE project: Building a Culture of Active Learning throughCouse-Based Communities of Transformation
Dr. Rosenberg teaches both introductory physics and astronomy courses ranging from the undergraduate introductory courses to graduate-level astrophysics. She brings her research and teaching experience with active-learning pedagogies into all of her courses
- The Arecibo L-band Feed Array Zone of Avoidance (ALFAZOA) Shallow Survey, Sanchez-Barrantes, M., Henning, P. A., McIntyre, T., Momjian, E., Minchin, R., Rosenberg, J. L., Schneider, S., Staveley-Smith, L., van Driel, W., Ramatsoku, M., Butcher, Z., Vaez,
- Why Science? Scientists Share their stories, Science, 356, 6338, 590.
- Constraining the Stellar Populations and Star Formation Histories of Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies with SED Fits, Janowiecki, S., Salzer, J. J., van Zee, L., Rosenberg, J. L., Skillman, E. 2017, ApJ, 836, 128.
- The luminosity and stellar mass functions of red W1-W2 galaxies, O’Connor, J. A., Rosenberg, J. L., Satyapal, S., Secrest, N. J. 2016, MNRAS, 463, 811.
- Science and Technology Policy Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
- NSF CAREER Award, Astronomy Division of the National Science Foundation
- Mason Emerging Researcher, Scholar, Creator Award