AAAS has a lot of great activities going on in conjunction with the March for Science. Space is limited, so sign up now!
March for Science Activities
Oprah Winfrey and Rose Byrne star in this adaptation of Rebecca Skloot's critically acclaimed, bestselling nonfiction book of the same name. The film tells the story of Henrietta Lacks, an African-American woman whose cells were used to create the first immortaI human cell line. Join AAAS for a special screening before the HBO premiere.
Join us for a post-March happy hour celebration.
Unplug with a chair massage while plugging in your mobile device.
Co-hosted with the Earth Day Network, the rally will be a call for politicians to implement science based policies, as well as a public celebration of science and the enormous public service it provides in our democracy, our economy, and in all our daily lives.
Walk with us from AAAS headquarters to join science supporters on the mall to show solidarity.
Stop by the AAAS tent on the National Mall for educational presentations, science-themed activities, and more!
Speakers from participating scientific societies describe why we march, how we will march, and that we are here to serve science and the scientific community. Continental breakfast beginning at 8:00 a.m.
AAAS is pleased to host a Science Comedy Night. Join us for an evening of science related humor
Join AAAS and other science enthusiasts on the eve of the March for Science for cocktails and pre-March conversations.
Dr. John P. Holdren is the Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy at the Kennedy School of Government and Professor of Environmental Science and Policy in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University.
The AAAS Communicating Science Workshop is specifically designed to address the needs of scientists and engineers to communicate scientific or technical information.
The Catalyzing Advocacy for Science & Engineering Workshop is for individuals interested in learning about the role of science in policymaking.
Free Webinar: After you’ve marched for science, how can you continue advocating for science? On Wednesday, April 19 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time, a diverse group of experts will explain how you can get involved in different avenues of science advocacy.
Press Releases and news articles
Print Your March Sign
Download and print one of our March signs! The files are high-resolution and can be submitted to your local print shop for larger sizes.
Code of Conduct
AAAS is committed to providing a safe, productive, and positive March for Science. We ask our staff, our members, our guests, and the public to help us foster an environment that encourages open dialogue and the exchange of ideas, promotes equal opportunities and treatment for all participants, and is free of harassment and discrimination. All participants are expected to treat others with respect and consideration, follow venue rules whether in private or public spaces, and alert staff or security of any dangerous situations or anyone in distress.
Events and participants may be audiotaped, videotaped, or photographed by AAAS. Your image may be used in promotional or other AAAS materials.