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233rd AAS Meeting

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Megan Donahue

President Megan Donahue views the Society as more than the sum of its individual parts.

Kevin Marvel

Representing the AAS, Executive Officer Kevin Marvel joined leaders of about 70 other professional societies in Washington, DC, to discuss the issue of sexual harassment in STEMM fields.

Recent Posts

The AAS election of Officers and At-Large Trustees for terms beginning in 2019 is now underway. The best way to ensure that your voice is heard is to vote! Deadline: 31 January 2019.

The National Academies report that minority-serving colleges and universities could serve as a greater resource for meeting US STEM workforce needs, but only with increased attention and investments.

The Society is saddened to learn of the passing of member Ronald Schorn, who died on 12 November 2018. If you would like to write Dr. Schorn’s obituary, please contact the Vice-Chair of the Historical Astronomy Division.

The Society is saddened to learn of the passing of member Riccardo Giacconi, who died on 9 December 2018. If you would like to write Dr. Giacconi’s obituary, please contact the Vice-Chair of the Historical Astronomy Division.

Gemini Observatory is offering users and potential users personalized help at the Gemini booth in the Exhibit Hall at the 233rd AAS meeting in Seattle, WA, in January.

Peter K. G. Williams introduces himself and his new role as AAS Innovation Scientist and Director of the WorldWide Telescope project. Peter can help you hone your research-related technical skills!