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ASP 2014 Annual Meeting

Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work

The ASP’’s 2014 Annual Meeting will be held August 2-6, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, CA, just south of San Francisco. The Galileo Teacher Training Program (GTTP) workshop will be held August 2-3, 2014. The meeting will be held August 4-6, 2014.

More information.

Calling 2014 Annual Meeting Volunteers!

Anyone interested in volunteering with the ASP and helping to make our 2014 Annual Meeting in Burlingame (August 2-6) a great success is encouraged to contact Albert Silva: asilva {at} Volunteers will be needed in a variety of roles – from registration to workshop support to overall logistics. Apart from hobnobbing with some of the science world’s best and brightest, what’’s in it for you? Well, volunteers who commit to one full day will receive a complimentary ASP Individual Membership, and get to attend the Annual Meeting for one non-volunteer day as our guest. University students, astronomy club members, teachers, science enthusiasts … all are welcome to sign up early and join the ASP as we continue to advance science literacy through astronomy!

ASP 2013 Meeting

The ASP welcomed more than 250 educators (K-12, university) and public outreach professionals to San Jose, CA for its Annual Meeting: Ensuring STEM Literacy, July 20 through 24 on the campus of San Jose State University. Most — – if not all — attendees carved out precious time from their schedules and even more precious funds from their budgets in order to join us in San Jose, and we thank you all very much. Thanks also to our many Meeting volunteers who helped keep things on the ground running smoothly! Rounding out the whole Annual Meeting was the support and participation of our very generous sponsors and exhibitors. We simply could not succeed with you!

View videos of selected meeting plenary sessions.

View the meeting program (pdf).

View the photo gallery.

2013 Conference Proceedings