[This new year-long campaign serves to augment our Fall 2012 Fundraiser, as the Astrosociology Research Institute (ARI) did not meet its anticipated target.] ARI still plans to move forward to another stage of developing the field of astrosociology. We are planning exciting changes for the near future, including a redesign of our website, the introduction of our new Journal of Astrosociology,…
My name is Jim Pass. I am the CEO of the Astrosociology Research Institute (ARI). ARI provides a…Read More
If each "Support the Astrosociology Research Institute (ARI)" member in Causes donated just two tax-deductible dollars, we would surpass our modest $2000 goal and could more easily move forward with our plans to take our development of astrosociology as a multidisciplinary social science field to…Read More
Follow and respond to tweets by Jim Pass (@astrosociology) and Christopher Hearsey (@HearseyAstrosoc) at the astrosociology group page: http://on.fb.me/UDcvfo. We request that all supporters of ARI to "Like" us and participate in the conversation.
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Jim Pass (ARI CEO) and Christopher M. Hearsey (ARI Deputy Executive Officer) are tweeting about astrosociology and ARI! Jim Pass: @astrosociology / Christopher Hearsey: @HearseyAstrosoc.
We've reached the 1,000 member plateau! Let's all seek like-minded friends who support a dedicated social-scientific perspective -- and academic field -- dedicated to "space and society" to join us. Let's go for 1,500!
Please donate to our cause, if you can. Every donation, no…Read More