The Cannon Award, for outstanding research and promise for future research, is given to a North American female astronomer within five years of receiving her PhD.

 
The Bahcall Fellowship has been established to expose talented research astronomers interested in public policy to the scientific advocacy process. A matching fund, provided by Neta Bahcall, allows your donations to be twice as effective.
 
Established through the support of his father, John Doxsey, and friends, family, and colleagues, this travel fund provides graduate students and postdocs within one year of receiving or receipt of their PhD a monetary prize to enable the oral presentation of their dissertation research at a winter meeting of the AAS.
 

Our unrestricted account supports advocacy efforts, operations, and membership services.

 
With the detection of gravitational waves, the ongoing robotic exploration of the solar system, and a powerful new generation of ground- and space-based observatories under construction, the astronomical sciences are now poised to embark on a bold new voyage of discovery.

Help us build a foundation for this exciting future by making a legacy investment to the AAS Initiative Endowment Fund.
 
The AAS Board of Trustees has approved the establishment of the AAS Membership Emergency Fund. This fund makes available limited, low-interest, short-term loans to active members and affiliates who are undergoing financial hardship because of a recognized emergency. The AAS Board of Trustees will determine what constitutes a recognized emergency. In 2019, the Board of Trustees designated the partial government shutdown as an emergency.
 

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