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Gottlieb, Albert

Dr. Albert Gottlieb has been teaching at Union County College since 2009. He enjoys both the challenge and excitement of teaching astronomy. He started his career as a faculty member of the Physics Department of Clark University where he taught courses in physics and alternative technologies. He left Clark to become a member of the technical staff at Bell Laboratories. Dr. Gottlieb is very interested in radio astronomy and would eventually like to have a small radio telescope at Union. He is very excited to have recently received his amateur radio license. Dr. Gottlieb holds a Bachelor of Science from Stevens Institute of Technology and a Master of Science and a Ph.D. from Brandeis University. He has published 30 journal articles and conference publications. He holds five patents. He is an active member of Amateur Astronomers Incorporated, which meets at Sperry Observatory on the Cranford campus, and invites everyone to view the stars on Friday nights.
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