Please join us at the virtual DPS meeting this year, October 26-30! It’s a great opportunity to attend DPS, perhaps for the first time.
Meeting abstracts are due Aug 12. You do not need to submit an abstract to attend the meeting.
Registration rates for this year’s virtual meeting are lower than for in-person meetings. Some financial support for meeting attendance is available (https://dps.aas.org/news/hartmann-grant-dps-52).
DPS offers affiliate memberships to members of numerous partner organizations including NSBP, NSHP and SACNAS.
DPS is the American Astronomical Society’s (AAS) Division for Planetary Sciences. The DPS is the world’s largest professional society of planetary scientists. The DPS represents the interests of planetary scientists at all stages of their careers. It promotes the advancement of planetary science to stakeholders including NASA and other government agencies, the public, and federal, state, and local legislatures. As a professional society, the DPS advocates on issues that affect the quality of work and educational environments, as well as the specific conditions that planetary scientists need to do their work.