Here is a look at events on the schedule for October.
Here is a look at events on the schedule for September.
A budget deal for fiscal years 2020 and 2021 was signed into law on 2 August, and the NASA operating plan for 2019 was made public. This is an overview of how things line up.
July was the first month on the job for our new John N. Bahcall Public Policy Fellow, Kelsie Krafton. Here is her brief recap and a look at events on the schedule for August.
Not every week has a policy event as big as the first steering committee meeting for the Astro2020 decadal survey, but there were many smaller events of note last week. Here’s a summary.
Invite the AAS policy staff for a colloquium or more informal talk in your college or university department about science policy this fall semester. The AAS will share expenses with your department.
We identify who is set to play a prominent role in oversight of and legislation around the astronomical sciences at NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Department of Energy (DOE).
In this monthly feature of the AAS Policy Blog, we share a calendar of upcoming events in science and space policy that may be of interest to our members.
AAS’s John Bahcall Public Policy Fellow Ashlee Wilkins highlights the particular spending provisions and implications for astronomy, planetary science, and solar physics at NASA and the NSF for FY 2019.
Virtual NASA and NSF Town Halls, postponed from AAS 233 in Seattle, were rescheduled for 12 pm ET on Tuesday and Friday, 12 and 15 February, respectively. Here's where to find them online.