These grants aid members who need dependent care to attend a meeting of the AAS.
 
The Education Prize recognizes outstanding contributions to the education of the public, students and/or the next generation of professional astronomers.
 

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

 
The Van Biesbroeck Prize honors living individuals for long-term extraordinary or unselfish service to astronomy, often beyond the requirements of their paid position.
 
The Warner Prize is awarded annually for a significant contribution to observational or theoretical astronomy during the five years preceding the award.
 
Established through the support of his father, John Doxsey, and other 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.
 
The DDA Vera Rubin Early Career Prize recognizes extraordinary contributions by an early career dynamicist.
 
The Susan Niebur Professional Development Fund provides financial assistance to qualifying members in order to facilitate their meeting attendance by offsetting dependent care costs at the meeting location or at home during the DPS conference week.
 
Awarded biennially to the author(s) of a book judged to advance the field of the history of astronomy or to bring history of astronomy to light.
 
The HEAD Dissertation Prize is awarded at the time of the Division Meeting (every 18 months) to recognize an outstanding doctoral dissertation in high-energy astrophysics.
 
Donations to the LAD Prize Fund will help to support the prizes to be awarded by the Division, normally on an annual basis, for contribution to laboratory astrophysics: the Laboratory Astrophysics Prize, the Early Career Award, and a Dissertation Prize.
 
Donations to the SPD General Fund will help support the development and maintenance of open source software on which the solar physics community relies. SunPy, a free and open source software library for solar physics based on Python, will be supported this year, with some of the funds set aside for SPD members to attend SunPy development workshops.
 

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