The 50th DPS meeting last month was an exciting milestone for our organization. More than 750 registered attendees participated in the meeting throughout the week. Thanks to the Science Organizing Committee, led by Devon Burr, for putting together a great scientific program and thanks to all of you for sharing your scientific results. The Local Organizing Committee led by Josh Emery put together fun activities including Saturday field trips to the Blue Spring Cave and to the Smoky Mountains to view their geology, and the DPS banquet. Thank you, Josh, and the LOC!
DPS EXIT SURVEY (see Oct. 31st AAS 50th DPS email): We want to hear from you about this year’s meeting as we look ahead to next year’s joint EPSC-DPS meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. Please fill out the survey about your experiences at the 50th annual DPS meeting. Let us know what you liked and what we can do better. All responses are anonymous and confidential.
The survey link was first sent to meeting attendees on October 31st in an email from the American Astronomical Society. If you have not yet responded, you may have also received subsequent emails from AAS. We want to hear from you!
9 Nov 2018