The National Science Foundation has released a Dear Colleague Letter announcing its intent to release a Solicitation in the first quarter of FY 2017 regarding future operations of Arecibo Observatory.
Join the Association for Women in Science this Friday, 7 October, for a webinar with past AWIS presidents, then again next Thursday, 13 October, for the first in a series of webinars on broadening participation in STEM.
The AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force is offering travel grants to STEM leaders working with underserved communities to attend the upcoming Astronomical Society of the Pacific meeting. Deadline: 21 October.
Can’t remember if you’ve renewed your AAS membership for 2017? You can check your membership status and renew online.
Join Physics Today and Alaina G. Levine for a free webinar at 2:00 pm ET on Thursday, 13 October, to learn about how women can ensure their own success in STEM fields.
Most AAS members receive the magazine Physics Today as a membership benefit. The latest issue is now en route to subscribers' mailboxes and can be accessed online.
Congress is in recess until after the election. Read about the status of some of the relevant legislation, including FY 2017 spending bills and agency authorizations.
AAS Nova provides highlights of recent articles from AJ, ApJ, ApJ Letters, and ApJ Supplements to inform you about discoveries you might otherwise overlook.
This is the second of two posts from the AAS Meetings Task Force about the future of AAS meetings. Part 2 discusses some of the specific questions addressed by the Meetings Task Force.
Each month as part of this series from HAD, an important discovery or memorable event in the history of astronomy will be highlighted. This month, we look at the comet first seen by Maria Mitchell in 1847.