The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in science is dedicated to support and encourage the development and success of Hispanic, Latino, and Native American students to pursue graduate education and advanced degrees in STEM.
On May 12 at 6 pm, Students for the Environment is hosting a virtual presentation and Q&A panel with Chief Dennis Coker of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware and Assistant Chief Brett Jackson of the Nanticoke Indian Tribe of Delaware. We’ll be discussing their tribes’ environmental values and activism in the face of climate change. Register to attend here: https://bit.ly/32XviyD
This event is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about environmental justice issues and the impact climate change has on indigenous peoples here in Delaware. We encourage anyone who is interested in the event to register whether they’re a student, faculty member, or community member.
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The goal of our chapter is to provide opportunities and resources to promote the scientific and personal development of our members.
We are an inclusive organization, we are open to any student interested regardless of STEM major, ethnicity, or race.
This chapter is dedicated to offering mentorship, peer networks, and professional development to all students interested in becoming part of the organization.
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