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NAC VI Meeting



Code of Conduct

The NRAO is committed to providing a meeting environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, including an environment that is free from physical, social, and/or sexual harassment.

At NRAO-sponsored meetings and conferences, attendees are expected to support a welcoming environment that includes mutual respect regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, and any other characteristic protected by law.

Behavior that disrupts the community of trust and mutual respect may be grounds for dismissal from the meeting.

If you are an attendee who feels that you have been made to feel unwelcome, or have been threatened, please report the incident to Lyndele von Schill (on site), or to hr@nrao.edu.


About the Meeting

    About the National Astronomy Consortium

    The NAC's primary goal is to increase the number of students, who otherwise would have been overlooked by the traditional academic pipeline, into STEM and STEM careers by placing them in a cooperative, diverse team over the summer and beyond. We accomplish this goal by providing:

      • research and internship opportunities for short and/or long term experiences at partner sites.
        • research experiences in astronomy, physics, chemistry or engineering
        • internships to explore science policy, E/PO activities, scientific writing, computing, project management
      • a framework to engage students in research / STEM-related activity throughout their school year
      • long term / career mentoring (peer and faculty/staff mentoring)

      More information about the NAC can be found at: https://science.nrao.edu/opportunities/student-programs/nac/goals

      NAC Experience