Career services and professional development opportunities abound at the upcoming 231st AAS meeting in Washington, DC, but you need to make your plans soon!
The week after Thanksgiving includes #GivingTuesday. Celebrate by making a special gift to the AAS. Your donation supports the Society's mission and helps make astronomy happen!
If you haven't renewed your AAS membership for 2018, watch your mail for a dark blue envelope containing your second renewal notice. Renew soon to secure your member benefits for another year!
Membership renewal reminders, invoices, and a handy return envelope will arrive in your mailbox this month.
Renew your AAS membership to secure your member benefits for another year! This includes lower registration rates for meetings and a discount on author charges for a paper published in one of the AAS journals.
The AAS Spring/Summer 2017 Campaign, highlighting trailblazing women in astronomy, wraps up on Friday, 25 August. Please give to the funds, prizes, programs, and activities that mean the most to you.
The AAS Council has adopted new governance documents, subject to approval by the members of the Society. If you have yet to cast your vote, now is the time! Deadline: Monday, 31 July.
If you want to cast your ballot for the AAS Council-adopted new Articles of Incorporation and new Bylaws, but aren’t sure how, we have a video for you!
If you're a Junior Member of the AAS, please take a few minutes to verify or update your information in our records to confirm your appropriate membership class.
The new and improved AAS Job Register will debut this week and will include many enhancements for both job seekers and recruiters.
After a successful Council meeting and New AAS Governance Model Town Hall at the 230th AAS meeting in Austin, it’s now time to make your voice heard.
The AAS will debut an improved Job Register this summer including many enhancements to the site's look and functionality.
As the centerpiece of the Spring/Summer 2017 Campaign, we acknowledge the women most closely associated with the Annie Jump Cannon Award and Beatrice M. Tinsley Prize.
Come hear brief reports from the Society's leadership and propose candidates to the AAS Nominating Committee during the annual Members' Meeting at the 230th AAS meeting in Austin, Texas.
The March for Science is this Saturday, 22 April, with the main event in Washington, DC, and more than 500 satellite marches in other cities around the world. Here's what you need to know before you go.
It's that time of year again! Update your information for the AAS Membership Directory by Wednesday, 29 March, and double check your mailing preferences.