The AAS seeks to achieve its mission to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe via a variety of activities, including organizing meetings. However, it is inefficient for the AAS staff to organize small gatherings at the regional level. At the 224th AAS meeting in Boston, a new effort was proposed — AAS Regional Meetings. The AAS endorses regional meetings that meet a few simple rules designed to support and foster diverse astronomical discourse.
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Please consider the following deadlines when proposing for a workshop at the DPS48 & EPSC11 meeting.
Both oral and poster abstracts for the 228th meeting of the AAS will be accepted until the final deadline, 19 April, at 9:00 pm ET, plus all posters will be displayed Monday-Wednesday during the meeting.
Meeting: HEAD 15th Divisional Meeting: Naples, FL
Registration Count: 275 (3 May 2016 03:47 PM EDT)
Why dependent care grants?
The financial burden of child and adult dependent care affects the Society’s members. The impact can be so great that it often prevents attendance at meetings, especially for early career scientists or those at small institutions with limited funding. The AAS and its Divisions are committed to helping members with dependents attend meetings; therefore, members may apply to subsidize dependent care services during a meeting, for use either at the meeting location or at home.
Hurry and submit an abstract for the 228th meeting of the American Astronomical Society, to be held 12-16 June in San Diego, California. The regular abstract submission deadline is Thursday, 3 March, at 9:00 pm ET.
A gathering in Richmond, Kentucky, on Saturday, 9 April 2016, is the second of a new type of AAS meeting designed to foster closer ties and to support research and teaching endeavors in astronomy.
The AAS offers complimentary meeting registration to bona fide working journalists and public-information officers.