2010 SACNAS National Conference
The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) will be holding its annual National Conference this fall in Anaheim, California. This year’s conference theme is: Science, Technology & Diversity for a Sustainable Future.
**CSME Teaching Fellows may apply for funding for event registration, visit SCI 211 for details**
SACNAS provides unparalleled conference activities for students, postdocs, educators, administrators, and researchers in all disciplines of science, mathematics, and engineering.
Interdisciplinary, inclusive, and highly interactive, the national meeting motivates and inspires with an array of mentoring and training sessions, research presentation opportunities, nationally renowned keynote speakers, over 275 exhibits, networking activities and special events, and cultural performances
The 2010 SACNAS National Conference explores the multifaceted and highly relevant world of sustainability research—both as approached by interdisciplinary teams and in subject-specific investigations. This year’s conference honors the commitment to environmental stewardship and human service, which characterizes the SACNAS community.
Date: September 30 – October 3, 2010
Location: Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
Registration: Attendees can pre-register online by September 2 or register onsite. Click here for online registration.
NOTE: The MAES Symposium 2010 will be held simultaneously with this event.
For more information about this conference, please click here.