Hundreds of snapshots from the January 2018 AAS meeting in Washington, DC, have been posted in our online gallery.
Registrations and hotel reservations are now being taken for a special HEAD meeting in March, the annual DDA meeting in April, the summer AAS meeting in June, and the International LISA Symposium in July.
Will you be submitting an abstract for the upcoming 232nd AAS meeting in Denver, Colorado? Then you will definitely want to consider presenting an interactive, multimedia, digital iPoster.
The AIP, of which the AAS is a member society, has announced the hiring of a new CEO: experimental physicist Michael H. Moloney. He will assume his new role on 5 March 2018.
Guerilla Science is launching a paid artists and scientists residency program in the US. Applications are due by 20 February 2018.
AAS Publishing has created a new LaTeX classfile for our journals that was released at the 231st AAS meeting.
In this monthly feature of the AAS Policy Blog, we share a calendar of upcoming events in science policy that may be of interest to our members.
For their commitment and service to the Society, we annually acknowledge and thank our members reaching their 25th, 30th, 35th, etc. anniversaries. Please let us know if your name is missing from this year's list.
At the 231st AAS meeting in National Harbor in January, the Astrophysics Source Code Library co-sponsored a Special Session on astronomy software publishing. Here's a recap.
Applications are now open for ComSciCon 2018, the 6th annual Communicating Science workshop for graduate students, to be held in Boston, MA, 14-16 June 2018.