Do you love writing, giving talks, and meeting new people? Are you interested in a career in science policy? Then you should apply to be the AAS's next John Bahcall Public Policy Fellow! Deadline: 1 March.
It’s that time of year again when software folks — users and authors alike — dream of all the software activities at the AAS winter meeting. Be sure to check out these software activities at AAS 233.
Ten winners and five honorable mentions will receive support to present their dissertation talks at the 233rd AAS meeting in Seattle, WA, in January. Congratulations to all!
On 31 December and 1 January, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will fly by a Kuiper Belt object, 2014 MU69 — nicknamed Ultima Thule (closest approach at 12:33 am EST on 1 January 2019).
A new report from the National Academies says that new investments are needed to sustain NASA's instrumentation and facilities for future extraterrestrial sample analyses.
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.
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!
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Corporation's 2019 Enabling Science call for proposals is now open. Deadline: 6 January 2019.