PRESS & MEDIA


PRESS & MEDIA

Welcome to #SACNAS2020! As the largest multicultural and multidisciplinary STEM diversity event in the country, our conference convenes approximately 5,000 college students and professionals from all backgrounds and STEM disciplines every year. Members of the press are invited to experience:

  • Showcase of cutting-edge science, STEM research, and excellence
  • Renowned motivational speakers from across the country
  • Robust and meaningful discussions on diversity, inclusion, and equity in STEM
  • Cultural celebrations, art, and music


Latest News from SACNAS

  1. Shop Amazon. Support #TrueDiversity in STEM.
    When you shop using Amazon Smile, 0.5% of your purchase is donated to the charity of your choice. Set SACNAS as your charity and support #TrueDiversity in STEM every time you shop! HOW TO SET IT UP 1. …
  2. Continuing Your Momentum After The 2020 SACNAS Virtual Conference!
    CONFERENCE CONTENT & RESOURCES All Keynote and Featured Speaker presentations are now available on YouTube! Registered attendees also have access to select sessions, including keynote and featured spe …
  3. #Clickworthy for Native American Heritage Month (November)
    Member highlights and interesting reads from SACNAS social media — November is National American Indian Heritage Month The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National E …
  4. SACNAS Board of Directors Appoints Executive Director
    Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science announces Dr. Stephania A. Herrera to take the helm of the country’s largest multicultural and multidisciplinary STEM divers …
  5. STEM Students Recognized for their Research and Presentation Skills at 2020 SACNAS – The National Diversity in STEM Conference
    SANTA CRUZ, CA —Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) awarded 102 graduate and undergraduate students for their research and presentation skills at …

Questions?

Please email info@sacnas.org or call (831) 459-0170