You are invited to attend an info session coming up on Oct. 17th. Please share this information with other students.
Are You Considering a Career in Science & Technology?
This career and networking panel is for students looking to find where an interest in science and technology might take them professionally.
Science &Technology Career Panel & Networking Event
Thursday, October 17th, 5:30 pm to 7 pm
3rd floor Catalina Meeting Room of the
Student Union Memorial Center
You can look forward to meeting:
Shawn Bucher, Vice President of Engineering, B/E Aerospace
John Sherlock, Pima County’s Deputy Director of the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Dept.
Nate Allen, Sustainability Coordinator & Staff Scientist of Arizona Biosphere 2
Cindy Frank, City of Tucson Staff Assistant for the Housing & Community Development Dept.
Todd Horne, Opto-Mechanical Engineer for the College of Optical Sciences
A UA Student Services fee grant has made this career panel/networking event series possible. Seating is limited and food and beverage is included (free!). Interested students can RSVP by clicking on the Science and Technology RSVP link on this page:www.career.arizona.edu/events/panels-mixers . Walk-ins are welcome. All students are invited to attend
Looking for a good time and some inspiration? Well look no further than this happening on October 29.
This event is open to the public, and we welcome anyone who wants to attend.
Dr. Neo Martinez from the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department will speak at our first event. Neo is a strong supporter of SACNAS, has served on the Board of Directors for SACNAS, and wishes to be involved with our chapter members at the UA. If you are interested in learning more about Neo before Monday's event, check out this website: http://eeb.arizona.edu/people/dr-neo-martinez
This year, we will have 10 UA faculty members from all different aspects of STEM to come talk to us about their research and their journey through academia. The goal of these events is for undergraduate and graduate students to interact with a diverse selection of faculty members outside of the classroom. After their talk, we open a discussion session with free refreshments, where students can comfortably converse with speaker.
We hope that you will come and support SACNAS and AISES. If you have any questions about this event, or future SACNAS events feel free to email me.
Jen NobleSACNAS UA Chapter President email@example.com
If you're looking for information on the upcoming AISES National Conference navigate yourself to the 'National Conference' page of the AISES.org website.
Once there check out the AISES UA 'Elevate' video!! If you hadn't heard AISES UA won first place for this video creation!
AISES HQ will be using our video alongside National Conference advertisements - sweet!
If you find yourself in Denver, CO this fall for the conference - keep an eye out for it!
Congrats UA AISES!!
We placed 1st in the AISES Chapter Video Competition! Great job to everyone who was able to help put the video together!
The video will be highlighted the the 2013 AISES National Conference promotions
Check it out below!
AISES UA has switched this up this week! Instead of holding our usual General Meeting this Wednesday (May 1st) - we will be hosting a Finals Destresser for anyone who needs a mental break, wants to fuel up on some good food, or has questions on tried and true study methods.
Come join AISES UA tomorrow Wednesday, May 1st in Engineering 214 for our last "regular" get together of the semester. Also we encourage you to bring a friend and some snacks to share!
See you there!
AISES UA - I am excited to announce the newly elected Executive Officers who will be leading our AISES community next year.
Congratulations to our new Executive Board members!
AISES UA members
Please take a minute or two to cast your vote for the 2013-2014 AISES UA Executive Board!
Click here to cast your vote!
*Note: You must be signed in to your Arizona email to view the form
Online Voting will be open up until Thursday, April 25th at 5pm.
SACNAS UA will be hosting Dr. Teshia Solomon (Choctaw/Mexican American) Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine and co-director of the Native American Research and Training Center (NARTC) at The University of Arizona.
When: Thursday, April 18th
Where: Native American Research and Training Center (NARTC) on 1642 E. Helen Street (north of Speedway)
Dr. Solomon will be speaking about her journey through sharing her experiences in health-related research and training involving Native American students in public health. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about public health, Native American Community Health Issues, and so much more.
Dinner will also be provided.