Irwin Horowitz

Faculty - Adjunct

I earned my first pair of B.S. degrees from MIT in 1986, in Physics and Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.  I then received an M.S. from Caltech in Astronomy in 1992 and a Ph.D. in 1994.  Subsequently, I earned another B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University in 2003 and an M.S. degree in the same field in 2005.  I have taught in various capacities at Idaho State University (1994 – 1997), Washington State University (2000 – 2001), Boise State University (2005), College of Idaho (2010 – 2011) and the College of Western Idaho (since 2010).  I also currently serve as the Vice President of the Boise Astronomical Society.

Blogs by Irwin Horowitz

This Saturday (July 11), is the annual Bogus Basin star party, at the Nordic Lodge at Bogus Basin Ski Resort. The event commences at 7 p.m. with solar viewing (using CWI’s solar telescope amongst others) until around 9 p.m.  In the darkening twilight, Venus and Jupiter will make...
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