Dr. Karl J. Hricko
After serving four years in the Air Force as a flight engineer, Dr. Hricko has received degrees in science education from NYU, NJ City State University, and Rutgers University. He is presently teaching "Astronomy" at Centenary College and is past president of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ. As WNTI's science editor, Dr. Hricko producess segments for Contours, and conducts a monthly astronomy update.
Dr. Hricko has done research with the Hubble Space Telescope, and has given extensive lectures in Astronomy on topics such as "The Colonization of Space", "Is There Life Beyond Earth?", and "Famous Women in Astronomy". He also writes various astronomy articles. His hobbies include singing, acting, playing guitar, and writing poetry...
"I believe a leaf of grass is no less
than the journey - work of the stars"
- Walt Whitman