SACNAS UH ‘Ilima Chapter: advancing underrepresented minorities in science,technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The ‘Ilima SACNAS chapter at the University of Hawaii is Oahu’s local affiliate of the Society for the Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.
Chapter memberships is open to all college and university students, facility, staff and professionals working in STEM in Oahu Hawaii.
-present at national conferences
-connect with mentors
-Conduct Scientific Research
-Learn about internship and graduate schools
-develop leadership skills
-promote cultural values in your science
-Serve your community through science outreach
-Science Outreach in the Community
-BBQ and gatherings
Our chapter has exclusive privileges to access the Kalaeloa Unit of the Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge to conduct surveys of the endemic Hawaiian shrimp, opae ula. We also engage the community in science outreach activities in botany, marine science, hydrology, and archaeology.
Chapter Website: http://www.sacnashawaii.org
Chapter Application Form: http://www.sacnashawaii.org/application
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