SACNAS Meeting at Brandeis on April 24

SACNAS (Advancing Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science) is a national society with a 37-year history of supporting minority scientists and science students. SACNAS members are dedicated to giving back through mentorship, peer networks, and professional development, and to engaging in science research and leadership of the highest caliber. The organization and its members and affiliates are committed to encouraging minority students and scientists to advance to their utmost capability.
The Brandeis SACNAS student chapter will be hosting the Greater Boston SACNAS Regional Meeting on Saturday, April 24, 2010. All SACNAS members, and those interested in SACNAS and promoting diversity in the sciences are invited to participate in the regional activities.

Saturday, April 24, 9am – 6pm @ Brandeis University:
Greater Boston SACNAS Regional Meeting
Coming Together for a Cause: Diversifying the Scientific Community

This dynamic meeting will feature talks by Brandeis professors from the sciences, outside guests, an alternative careers panel, student speakers, a networking lunch and a poster session. Registration is required to attend. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. We welcome all to attend (undergraduate, graduate and post-doc, and faculty). Please click here for more information and to register.

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