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SACNAS Distinguished Scientist Award
Nominee holds a PhD or other doctoral degree in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) research field, has a minimum of ten years of experience as a principal investigator, and is 45 years of age or older. Must be engaged in research and educational activities at the national level including, but not limited to active funded research projects or funded STEM-based education initiatives. The Distinguished Scientist will be recognized during the 2021 National Diversity in STEM Conference.
2020 SACNAS Distinguished Scientist Award
Javier Rojo, PhD
Korvis Professor of Statistics, Oregon State University
2020 SACNAS Distinguished Mentor Award
Lorenza Levy, PhD
of Physics and Astronomy
& Chapter Advisor, San Diego City College
SACNAS Distinguished Mentor Award
The Distinguished Mentor is selected from among the top candidates submitted in all the outstanding mentor categories listed below. The Distinguished Mentor will be recognized during the 2021 National Diversity in STEM Conference. Outstanding Mentors will receive digital and multimedia (web, email, social media) recognition by SACNAS. Nominees have a sustained record of at least ten years of participating in educational and/or community outreach activities.
Honoring the highest levels of excellence in mentoring and research science.
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