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sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Minorities in Astronomy (CSMA)
of the American Astronomical
Society (AAS). The list is moderated and is intended to be a
resource for professional and amateur astronomers (and students who aspire to
be astronomers, provided they are at least juniors in high school) who are
members of underrepresented minority groups. Its main purpose is to
facilitate networking and mentorship, rather than to serve as an open forum
for political discussions or as a distribution list for job advertisements.
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Frequently asked questions
- Are messages sent to this mailing list archived?
- I'm having a serious problem with my adviser/colleague/student, and
I desperately need advice, but I don't want to identify myself publicly. Can
I post a question anonymously?
The list does not accomodate anonymous postings, but you can send an
individual email to any of the CSMA members listed
(S)he can post a message on your behalf with all
identifying information removed, and then forward any responses to you
(regardless of whether you are subscribed to the list or not).
Last updated 6 August 2012.