SPD Graduate Student & Postdoc Virtual Fair

18 Oct 2022
The AAS Solar Physics Division (SPD) will host a free virtual graduate student and postdoc recruitment fair this November. Let us know if you are interested in participating.

Workforce Survey Summary Results Released

17 Oct 2022
The AAS Demographics Committee worked closely with AIP's Statistical Research Center to survey US members in 2021 and report on the state of the workforce. Read the executive summary and results.

Highlights from AAS Nova: 2-15 October 2022

17 Oct 2022
AAS Nova provides highlights of recent articles from AJ, ApJ, ApJ Letters, ApJ Supplements, PSJ, and RNAAS to inform you about discoveries you might otherwise overlook.

Two Solar Eclipses Are Coming to America

14 Oct 2022
North America will soon be treated to two major solar eclipses: an annular ("ring of fire") eclipse on 14 October 2023 and a total solar eclipse (like the one in August 2017) on 8 April 2024. The countdown has begun!

Astronomy Jobs on the Rebound

5 Oct 2022
The AAS Committee on Employment has compiled data from the AAS Job Register detailing the number and types of positions available each year. Here are some of the findings.

ALMA Data Processing Workshops

27 Sep 2022
A series of workshops are organized from 5 October to 28 October on the processing and analysis of ALMA data. Early registration is encouraged.

Two AAS Members Named AGU Fellows

26 Sep 2022
Among those elected to the 2022 class of American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellows are two AAS members: William Bottke (Southwest Research Institute) and Sarah Gibson (National Center for Atmospheric Research).

Project RADIAL

21 Sep 2022
In this Education Committee blog post, Jennifer Bates gives an overview of Project Radio Astronomy Data Imaging and Analysis Lab (RADIAL), a collaborative approach to broaden participation in STEM for underrepresented...