The AAS will be upgrading its membership database system on 15 and 16 August. During the upgrade abstract submissions, splinter session proposal submissions, donations, and member profiles will be inaccessible.
AAS members can now purchase the 2019 edition of Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences and receive a 30% discount.
If you’re a student member of the AAS, please take a few minutes to verify or update your information in our records to confirm your appropriate membership class. Deadline: 9 August.
A new awards management platform will debut this summer, making it easier to submit nominations and evaluate entries for Society and Division prizes for outstanding research, instrumentation, education, writing, and service.
As the centerpiece of our Summer 2019 Campaign, we feature Society funds that support and recognize people at the outset of their careers as researchers and as advocates for the astronomical sciences.
Making plans for our summer meeting in St. Louis? Don't forget to add the Members' Meeting for an update on the state of your Society, an appreciation of volunteer leaders, and other important business.
Deadlines abound! The Society's membership renewal grace period ends Monday, 1 April — the same day 2019 Membership Directory updates are due. (And no, this is not an April Fool's joke!)
It's our annual call to AAS members to update their information and preferences for the printed Membership Directory. The deadline for changes is Monday, 1 April.
It’s not too late to renew for 2019! You have more time this quarter to recommit to the AAS before incurring a $10 penalty.
ScienceCounts, in partnership with the Alda Center for Communicating Science, is conducting an online survey to assess scientists’ attitudes towards science communication and engagement with the general public.
We're in the home stretch of our annual renewal drive! Time is running out to renew your AAS membership and secure your AAS journal author savings. You have only until 31 December to lock in a one-time 15% discount on your share of the author charges.
Help us create a world informed and enhanced by the astronomical sciences by making a donation to the AAS and Division funds that mean the most to you.
With 2019 just around the corner, the Society's membership renewal season is in full swing. Please watch your mailbox for the renewal reminder, which includes information on how you can support the Society through our Fall 2018 Campaign.
Is your company or institution seeking qualified candidates for open and new positions? Then you will want to check out these resources and opportunities at the upcoming AAS winter meeting.
It's renewal season at the AAS, and reminders and dues invoices are currently in production. Don’t let time-sensitive opportunities like our author discounts and reduced registrations pass you by.
Renew your AAS membership today to avoid losing valuable benefits, like discounted meeting registration and journal subscriptions, Chambliss competition eligibility, and much more.
This post covers the new Affiliate classes for amateur astronomers and alumni, and is the last in a three-part series about the changes to the Society's membership classes.
This post is the second in a three-part series about the upcoming changes to the Society's membership classes and features the revisions to student memberships.
This post kicks off a three-part series about the upcoming changes to the Society's membership classes and details the new eligibility requirements for Full membership.
During our Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign, please give to the travel grants and prizes that support AAS members to go forth and share the excitement of astronomy with the world.