Deborah M. Dann is the Director of the Eileen Collins Observatory at CCC. She also teaches GEOL 1510, 1520, and 1530, ASTR 1010 and 1020, and SCIN 1110. Dann received her B.S. in Astronomy in 1990 and her M.S. in Geosciences in 1993, both from Penn State University. She is an engaging instructor who takes time to help her students learn about science.
Favorite Course to Teach
I enjoy talking about science with anyone who is willing to listen! My students are my audience. I love to talk with them about the world around them so they have a better understanding of the planet on which they live. I particularly love it when students come to me and say "I saw this on TV" or "I saw this on the internet." It makes me feel like they are interested, too! I have loved science since I was a child, and I like to communicate that enchantment to my students.