235th AAS Meeting

Visit Conference Website For More Information   235th American Astronomical Society The AAS was established in 1899 and based in Washington, DC. Our membership of about 7,700 individuals also includes physicists, mathematicians, geologists, engineers, and others whose research and educational interests lie within the broad spectrum of subjects now comprising the astronomical sciences. Mission and Vision The mission of the AAS is to enhance and share humanity's scientific understanding of the universe. Impact The AAS seeks to increase public support for scientific research, improve science education at all levels, attract young people to careers in science and technology, and make evident [...]

2020 ALA Virtual Conference

Visit Conference Website For More Information   2020 Virtual Conference Join ALA in this virtual space as we learn, grow, and most importantly, lean on our fellow librarians and library workers while we adapt and evolve in these changing times. SESSION INFORMATION: Working with Subject Matter Experts in YOUR Community – Promising Practices and Where to Start  Thursday, June 25, 2020 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM CT The STAR Library Network, as part of the Space Science Institute’s NASA@ My Library Program, is excited to share lessons learned working with Subject Matter Experts from NASA, universities, schools and other organizations. What is a Subject Matter Expert? [...]

2020 CAL Annual Conference

Visit Conference Website For More Information   2020 Annual Conference The Colorado Association of Libraries Annual Conference is Colorado’s premier event for library staff from libraries of all types throughout the state. Attendees learn from one another and hear from current experts in trending fields. Additionally, participants can meet with vendors to check out their latest products and services and attend networking events to create new contacts and strengthen relationships.

2020 ASTC Annual Conference

Visit Conference Website For More Information   2020 Annual Conference October 17-20, 2020, with preconference workshops on October 16 New Frontiers in Science, Technology, Learning, and Community Engagement Toward a More Equitable Tomorrow In October, leaders in science, technology, education, cultural institutions, community organizations, public agencies, and philanthropy will come together in Pittsburgh and online to explore new frontiers of science, technology, learning, and community engagement as we set course together toward a more equitable future. SESSION INFO COMING SOON!

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