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Dr. Matthew Shultz will give a colloquium on Magnetic Fields and Magnetospheres of Hot Stars
Dr. Jamie Tayar will give a colloquium on Re-envisioning Stellar Physics in the Time Domain Era
Dr. Tanmoy Lasker will give a colloquium on Extreme astrophysics with relativistic transients
Stephen Walker from UA Huntsville will present a talk on Galaxy Cluster Outskirts: Pushing Back the Final Frontier in Cluster Astrophysics.