The 2020 SACNAS conference will now be fully VIRTUAL! We are excited to bring you the same unique blend of STEM, culture, and community in an online space where you can continue to bring your whole self to STEM.
New Dates: October 19 to 24, 2020
New Location: Online!
Advanced registration prices are available now through August 31 at 11:59pm PT: $390 for Professionals, $270 for Postdocs, and $165 for Students.
Research presentation applications have re-opened for a limited time now through August 7, 2020 at 5pm PT (final deadline) for all community college, undergraduate, postbac, graduate students, and postdocs.
Not sure about the status of your research program?
Wondering what to do if your research program is cancelled?
>> Watch our webinar on Student Presentations & COVID-19 to learn more.
Want some tips on writing a successful abstract?
>> Watch our webinar on writing an abstract that shines!
Travel scholarship applications are now Registration scholarships. Applications have been re-opened for a limited time now through August 7, 2020 at 5pm PT (final deadline) for all community college, undergraduate, and graduate students.
Community College Day is a virtual free mini-conference day (on Friday, September 18) for interested students to explore degrees and careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), as well as build a national network to support transferring to a 4-year institution, research opportunities, financial support, and more.
Want to connect with other community college members?
>> Watch our community college webinars on YouTube.
Mentor judges are needed in all STEM disciplines! For many students getting direct mentorship can make all the difference in validating and motivating them to persist in their STEM journey. By serving as a mentor judge, these volunteers provide constructive feedback and motivation to student research presenters, including many first-time presenters and first-generation college students.
Note: Must be registered for the conference to serve as a mentor judge!