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DPS Mailing #01-43: Election results and more

Status Report From: American Astronomical Society
Posted: Saturday, October 20, 2001

DPS ELECTION RESULTS

Rick Binzel will be the incoming Vice-Chair, and Catherine de Bergh and Caitlin Griffith will be the incoming Committee Members. Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to all of the candidates for agreeing to stand for election. Your willingness to serve the DPS is greatly appreciated.

Alan Harris, Secretary-Treasurer
Mark Sykes, Chair

SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION SURVEY: UPDATE FROM INNER PLANETS PANEL

The Inner Planets Panel has developed an outline and structure for our report which can be found on the community web page:

http://www.aas.org/~dps/decadal

The content was discussed and subsequently modified after the recent Chicago open forum. Although modifications will continue through the strategic planning process, we strongly encourage individuals and community panels to structure their white papers and other input to mesh with this draft outline. As we prepare the Inner Planets report, our task of integrating community input will be more readily facilitated if it is clear how concepts fit within this Draft structure. Comments and white papers are welcome and can be sent to the IPP chair, <Carle_Pieters@brown.edu>.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Asst. or Assoc. Prof. (Tenure Track) at the University of Notre Dame. http://www.science.nd.edu/physics/phys_announce.htm#assistprofessor

Alan Harris, on behalf of the DPS Committee (submissions to Al Harris: awharris@lithos.jpl.nasa.gov)

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