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Benefits of Membership

 

Classes of Membership

Membership in AAAR is open to all persons who are in agreement with the Association's purpose of advancing science and engineering in all aspects of aerosol research and facilitating the exchange of information among members and other disciplines. There are four classes of membership:

 

Membership Dues

Membership is good for one year from January 1 to December 31. Annual dues for membership are included in the registration fee for the Annual Conference, typically held in the fall each year. For persons who do not attend the Annual Conference, membership dues shall be paid by December 31 of the previous year.

New and renewing members who pay full membership dues after December 31 will receive a full-year subscription to AS&T (including back issues for that year), but will not be included in the Membership Directory.

Member Classification and Dues — Listed dues are for membership beginning January 2017.

 

Membership Application

Select a membership type below to join AAAR online.

A downloadable copy of the Membership Application is available in PDF or DOCX format.

 

Membership Renewal

Click here to sign in to your member profile and renew electronically.

A downloadable copy of the Membership Renewal form is avalable in PDF or DOC format.

 

AS&T Subscription Form

AAAR members receive free electronic access to the journal Aerosol Science & Technology. For an additional fee members can obtain a print subscription. This option can be selected when you join AAAR, renew your membership to AAAR (using the online renewal option or registering for the annual conference), or by printing the AS&T subscription form below and sending to AAAR at the address shown on the Contact page of this website.

A downloadable copy of the AS&T Subscription Form is avalable in PDF or DOC format.

AAAR Sponsors

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NASA

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