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What’s in store for AAAS Members at the 2024 Annual Meeting

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For AAAS Members who will joining us at the 2024 Annual Meeting in Denver: we can't wait to see you! In addition to the plenaries, workshops and sessions, you won’t want to miss all of the fantastic opportunities we have planned for Members. 

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Take advantage of professional opportunities with AAAS’ Programs 
Thursday, February 15, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.; Room 401 
Don’t miss out on your chance to meet with AAAS leaders who are advancing science for high impact in our society and communities. Get to know the Local Science Engagement Network (LSEN), Center for Scientific Responsibility and Justice (SRJ), Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER), and Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues (EPI Center) at “Speed Networking with AAAS Leaders.”

Learn how to use your science at the community level 
Friday, February 16, 11:30 - 12:30 p.m.; Capitol Hill room 
In a hands-on workshop – “Local Science Engagement: Building Community Engagement Skills” – learn civic engagement skills through a planning exercise with Local Science Engagement Network (LSEN) staff and Liaisons.

Get a free professional portrait 
Friday and Saturday, February 16-17, 9 - 5 p.m.; AAAS Member booth, Expo Hall 
Boost your personal “brand” with a new portrait by a professional photographer! A hair and make-up artist will also be available for five-minute touch-ups. 

Early career members: Grab coffee and make new contacts  
Friday, February 16, 11 - 12 p.m.; Expo Lounge 
Raise a cup of joe with old and new friends at the “Early Career Coffee Break” hosted by AAAS Membership and Science Careers and sponsored by Florida International University.

Join a AAAS Section – Get a gift!  
Still haven’t joined a Section? Take a moment now to join up to three of the 24 AAAS Sections. A key benefit of AAAS membership is the ability to join these special interest groups where members connect with colleagues, leaders and community members involved in a specific branch of science or engineering and influence the activities and direction of the Association. Choose your section(s): Navigate to your profile on AAAS Member Community and make your selection(s). There’s more: the first 50 Members who come to the AAAS booth and show us their updated Member Community profile that displays their Sections will receive a special gift!

We can’t wait to see you!

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