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SACNAS Opposes Environmental Protection Agency Decision to Expand the “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science” Rule

Scientists, researchers and students from diverse communities in the southern border region available to comment on how the proposed U.S. border with Mexico closure will affect their scientific research and work
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Union of Concerned Scientists and SACNAS Launch ‘Science Rising Challenge’ to Increase STEM Student Voter Turnout in 2020 Election

Union of Concerned Scientists and SACNAS have partnered to present the ‘Science Rising Challenge,’ a fun and engaging way for STEM students, and all science advocates, to participate in the country’s democracy.
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ICYMI: SACNAS Founding Member Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff Profiled in #20for2020

At the beginning of January— the start of a new year and new decade— Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, shift7, and the Female Quotient launched #20for2020 to elevate the stories of extraordinary achievements by women. SACNAS founding member, scientist,...
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ICYMI: SACNAS Member Dr. Narrissa Spies and SACNAS President Dr. Sonia Zárate Highlight Why Indigenous Views on Climate Change Matter in Honolulu Star-Advertiser Op-Ed

Indigenous communities are affected first and worst by climate change, yet they are often excluded from the decisions that influence policy and resource management
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