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The awards, which for nearly 20 years have recognized exceptional books about science that engage readers of all ages, this year honor books on subjects ranging from the noises of nature to the scale of the solar system.

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman brings a wealth of experience in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in higher education to SEA Change

AAAS DoSER is excited to announce a new focus on climate change science with the Climate Science in Theological Education (CSTE) project. Applications for the first cohort are open until September 17, 2023.

As part of our ongoing Diversity and the Law project, AAAS SEA Change and EducationCounsel are hosting a town hall to discuss the Supreme Court’s rulings on the Students for Fair Admissions v. President and Fellows of Harvard College and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina cases.

For more than half a century, AAAS has been committed to fostering a more diverse, open and equitable scientific enterprise, which is essential to scientific excellence.

2023 AAAS Annual Meeting took place in Washington DC, March 2-5.