Black astronomers and physicists are drastically underrepresented in these fields. Here we break down the numbers, and look at research on the discrimination faced by Black students in STEM.
Ashlee Wilkins, a Professional Staff Member in the U.S. House Science, Space and Technology Committee, chats about her work in science policy and tells us why “it’s worth getting involved.”
We sit down with Kelsie Krafton, the AAS John N. Bahcall Public Policy Fellow, to learn about her experiences as an advocate for astronomy research in government.
Part of an established astronomy club? Looking to start a new one? Learn what more you can do to grow your astronomy club, big or small.
We at Astrobites believe that BlackLivesMatter. Come learn with us about ways to make astronomy more anti-racist!
What’s even faster and more furious than Vin Diesel? Come learn about galactic winds at Dr. Christy Tremonti’s talk at #AAS236!