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Thu, 2009-11-12 10:07 -- Rick.Fienberg

Chambliss Judge Sign-Up Form

Please fill out this form if you would like to be a judge for the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Awards at the 229th AAS meeting in Grapevine, Texas, in January 2017. Fields marked with a red asterisk (*) are required.

NOTE: You must be logged in as an AAS member to submit this form; if you haven't already signed in, please click the "Sign In" link at upper right.

Attention junior members: Advanced graduate students who have finished their coursework and/or who have passed their qualifying exams and/or who are working on their dissertation research are eligible (and encouraged!) to judge undergraduate entries — but not if they have also entered a poster into the graduate-student Chambliss competition (because of inevitable scheduling conflicts).

Questions? Please contact Gina Brissenden, AAS Education & Outreach Coordinator.

Membership & Degree Information
Please enter your AAS member number. If you don't know it, go to the AAS members-only pages and click on My Account.
Sorry, but Education Affiliates are not eligible to judge Chambliss posters.
If you're an advanced graduate student who has finished your coursework and is working on your dissertation research, you're eligible to judge undergraduate posters — but NOT if you're entering your own poster into the Chambliss competition. If you're a graduate student but have not yet passed your qualifying exam or received your Master's degree, please do NOT sign up to judge Chambliss posters.
If you're working toward your doctorate, what year do you hope/expect to finish?
As noted above, even if you're an advanced graduate student otherwise eligible to judge undergraduate posters, you may not serve as a judge if you're entering your own poster into the Chambliss competition.
Contact Information
In case we need to reach you during the meeting.
Judging Availability
Please indicate your availability to judge student posters on at least one day, preferably more. We will endeavor to assign judges to no more than two days each. The more boxes you check, the more scheduling flexibility we'll have. Judges may view student posters whenever they wish throughout the day; students are required to be present to discuss their research with judges only during the morning break (9:30 to 10:00 am) and again during the afternoon poster session (5:30 to 6:30 pm), so judges should plan to visit posters during those two periods, at least.