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Final Call for 2018 Membership Renewals Before the Calls Begin!

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 09:28

Renew NowTime is running out on your membership in the American Astronomical Society if you haven’t yet renewed for this year. Not only will your membership be suspended and your benefits cut off on Friday, 2 March, but a $10 fee will be assessed for all renewals made after that date.

To help with our final renewal efforts, we plan to call members in arrears starting 19 February.

Why renew now?

  • You have science to share, skills to learn, hack days to attend, and friends to see. Don't give up your registration discount for the summer 2018 meeting in Denver and the winter 2019 meeting in Seattle. As a member in good standing, you'll sail through the abstract-submission process for both meetings as well.
  • You have papers to publish and never remember to renew on time. Lock in savings for 2019 by renewing for two years at the current rate. You'll also get a one-time 15% discount on your share of the author charges for one paper published in the Astronomical Journal or Astrophysical Journal family in 2019 (this option isn’t available to junior members, who instead get two years for the price of one when first joining the Society, then renew annually thereafter).
  • You value your connection to the Society's rich community of scientists who study celestial phenomena and share humanity's understanding of the universe.

Quickly and securely renew your membership online or give me a call if you would like me to take your membership and payment information over the phone. If you have any questions about your dues or benefits, or need assistance when logging in to our website, please contact me at membership@aas.org or 202-328-2010 x109.

Diane K. Frendak
Director of Membership Services
American Astronomical Society (AAS)
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