At SACNAS, we are working toward true diversity in STEM. Behind these words is a bold vision, and more importantly, strong action guided by the SACNAS five-year strategic plan (2016 – 2021). Read the full details of the strategic plan here.
Students and postdocs are invited to apply for research presentations and travel scholarships to 2017 SACNAS!
Founding member Dr. Richard Tapia delivers his commencement address to Harvey Mudd College, Class of 2017.
The President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement is an affront to science, research, and the planet.
SACNAS celebrates the career and contributions of Dr. William Yslas Vèlez upon his retirement.
Chapter Member Briana Christophers is one of eight students named 2017 Spirit of Princeton winners.
Join us for 2017 SACNAS - The National Diversity in STEM Conference in Salt Lake City, UT!
Join us for 2017 SACNAS in Salt Lake City, UT, and meet with top STEM talent ready to take the next steps in their education and career.
SACNAS has partnered with March for Science to ensure #TrueDiversity is represented on April 22.
Board Member Erika Camacho explains the obstacles many Latinas face in science and why it's important that they pursue degrees and positions of leadership in STEM.
Inspire and connect with the next generation of STEM as a sponsor for 2017 SACNAS - The National Diversity in STEM Conference.
This is what the movement for #TrueDiversity in STEM looks like...
Founding member Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff and Rush Holt explain the importance of the March for Science in an op-ed in the Boston Herald.
Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) has entered a formal partnership with the March for Science, to be held April 22, 2017 in Washington, DC.
Bernardo Ortiz de Montellano, a senior SACNISTA, and founding member of Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science, succumbed to liver cancer on December 2, 2016.
Lifetime member Dr. Juan Meza has been elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science's (AAAS) executive commmittee.
Founding member Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff has been named honorary Co-chair of the March for Science.
SACNISTA Stephen Baca has identified flaws in a method used for analyzing genetic data.
Founding member Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff is among several top Latino scientists across the country who marched for science on April 22.
Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff, explains how the March for Science can help build support for science and scientists across the country.
On April 13, 2016 the SACNAS community lost, as one colleague described her, “the blazing comet that was” Dr. Maria Teresa Velez.
SACNAS chapter members Jacqueline Graniel and Carla Ramos explain why diversity is critical at their university.
SACNAS is raising the visibility of underrepresented scientists leading up to the March for Science.
In 2009, Poodry and Linton led the founding of the SACNAS Summer Leadership Institute, which now bears their names.