San Antonio , TX 78205 Location map
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
SACNAS National Conference 2013 - Society for Advancement of Chicanos & Native Americans in Science
As one of the largest annual gatherings of minority scientists in the country, the interdisciplinary, inclusive, and interactive SACNAS National Conference motivates and inspires with an array of:
- Professional development and scientific symposia sessions
- Research presentation opportunities
- Nationally recognized keynote speakers
- Over 300 exhibit booths
- Networking and mentoring events
- Cultural performances
Showcasing cutting edge science by the nation’s leading minority scientists and offering a supportive community is what makes the annual meeting a transformative event for all participants.
The SACNAS conference offers the ideal environment for mentoring and networking among professionals and students in all disciplines of science, technology, mathematics, and engineering.
- 65% - colleges, universities, medical schools, and leading research facilities
- 16% - government agencies and federal minority-serving programs
- 2% - private sector businesses, laboratories, and corporations
- 8% - scientific societies, associations, and consortia
- 9% - other nonprofit organizations
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to advancing Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in science. We are a national nonprofit organization of individuals and organizations interested in quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research, teaching, leadership, and policy.
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Over the past 10 years, SACNAS National Conference attendance has increased by 71%, expanding to roughly 3,600 attendees in 2011.
47% - postdocs and professionals
36% - undergrad students
17% - grad students
Participants scientific disciplines:
44% - biological, agricultural, and environmental life sciences
2% - computer and information sciences
10% - engineering
4% - health
9% - mathematics and statistics
14% - physical sciences
4% - psychology and social sciences
<1% - humanities
5% - education
5% - professional fields
<1% - traditional knowledge
3% - other
Society for Advancement of Chicanos & Native Americans in Science
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