Levent Gurdemir received his degree in Astronomy and Space Sciences in 2002 and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in astrophysics at UT Arlington. In his research, he utilizes large telescopes to solve mysteries behind giant, extra-solar planets, called "Hot Jupiters." He enjoys talking with planetarium guests about new discoveries in physics and his own ongoing research.
From a small suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Amy Barraclough graduated with a B.S. in physics from the University of WI-Stevens Point. Before coming to UT Arlington, Amy worked at three other planetariums as a lecturer and programmer. She loves rock climbing and kayaking.
Always warm and welcoming, Tina Poss works with diligence and upbeat energy to keep the scenes behind the scenes running smoothly at The Planetarium.