The International Astronomical Union's new dark skies kit, "Turn on the Night," is available at a discount to those who would like to use it to educate students and/or the public. Application deadline: 1 March.
If you'll be in Austria for the IAU General Assembly, you're invited to a workshop on solutions to light pollution and radio interference to be held on 24 and 26 August at Vienna's Kuffner Observatory.
Presentations, photos, and videos from a workshop on successful strategies for reducing light pollution, hosted by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory at the 229th AAS meeting, are now available online.
If your college or university runs an on- or off-campus observatory, please join colleagues working to preserve dark skies at a splinter session on Friday, 8 January, during the 227th AAS meeting in Florida.
The International Dark-Sky Association is hosting an online discussion with expert guests on Thursday, 27 August, at 2 pm EDT. If you can't join it live, you can tune in later on the IDA's YouTube channel.
A workshop at next month's AAS meeting in Seattle focuses on new ways to use the Galileoscope and Quality Lighting kits for outreach during the International Year of Light 2015. Register by 18 December!
You're invited to submit an abstract for the 225th AAS meeting in Seattle in January to share ideas for astronomy-themed public-outreach events and programs for the International Year of Light 2015.
If you teach in a high school or college and will be at the 224th AAS meeting in Boston, please consider attending our June 1st workshop on how to incorporate the Globe at Night citizen-science project into your classroom.
Attendees at the 223rd AAS meeting in Washington, DC, are invited to attend two special events on Sunday and Monday related to light pollution and observatory site protection.
Help promote awareness of the adverse effects of light pollution by encouraging your students, friends, and family to measure their night-sky brightness. It's simple, fun, and educational!