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Michael Bennett to Receive ASP’s Andrew Fraknoi Supporters Award

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), one of the oldest and most respected science education organizations in the U.S., has announced that Michael Bennett is the 2016 recipient of its Andrew Fraknoi Supporters Award. More »

 

Katherine Johnson to receive the ASP’s new Arthur B.C. Walker II Award

Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient to be the inaugural recipient of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific’s award for outstanding achievement in astronomy and education by an African-American scientist.

Katherine Johnson, renowned NASA mathematician who calculated and verified the trajectories that took the first Americans into space and to the Moon, will be the inaugural recipient of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific’s Arthur B.C. Walker II Award. More »

 

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific Announces Its 2016 Award Recipients For Astronomy Research And Education

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), one of the oldest, innovative, and respected organizations in the U.S. dedicated to increasing the understanding and teaching of astronomy, is proud to announce the recipients of its 2016 awards for excellence in astronomy research and education. More »

 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific Honors Dr. Andrew Fabian with the Bruce Gold Medal

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) is proud to award the 2016 Catherine Wolfe Bruce Gold Medal to Dr. Andrew Fabian. More »

 

ASP Diversity Statement

Dear Members, Supporters, and Friends of the ASP,

Over the last 6 months, the astronomy community has been rocked by the revelations of very serious cases of sexual harassment against women at several institutions. Equally disturbing was the discovery that these behaviors had gone essentially unchecked at universities for decades. Serious questions were raised concerning who knew about it, how and why this behavior was tolerated for so long, and whether the profession has the right mechanisms in place to address sexual harassment swiftly and meaningfully. More »

 

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific Invites Nominations for the Organization’s 2016 Annual Awards

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) is accepting nominations for the organization’s national annual awards which recognize special achievements in astronomy research, technology, education, and public outreach. More »

 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific Honors Michael Greene, NASA JPL with the Andrew Fraknoi Supporters Award

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), one of the oldest and most respected science education organizations in the U.S., has announced that Michael Greene is the 2015 recipient of its Andrew Fraknoi Supporters Award.  More »

 

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific Announces Its 2015 Award Recipients For Astronomy Research And Education

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), one of the most innovative and respected astronomy science education organizations in the U.S., is proud to announce the recipients of its 2015 awards for excellence in astronomy research and education. More »

 

Astronomical Society Of The Pacific
Honors Dr. Douglas N.C. Lin
With The Bruce Gold Medal

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), one of the oldest and most respected science education organizations in the U.S., has announced that Dr. Douglas N.C. Lin is the 2015 recipient of its Catherine Wolfe Bruce Gold Medal. More »

 

ASP 2014 Annual Report Now Available

The ASP is pleased to present its Annual Report for 2014, the 125th anniversary of the Society. More »