Founded in 2013, the student chapter of SACNAS at Texas State University has the purpose of promoting recruitment, retention, excellence, understanding, and appreciation of Hispanics, Chicanos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in science at Texas State University. Our organization welcomes students of ANY heritage or race who are committed to promoting science and engineering.
To join, please contact us at: txstSACNAS@gmail.com. Group meetings occur every other Wednesday starting January 30th, 2019 at Centennial 331 at 5:00 PM!
Our organization has been very active since its beginning. We aim to provide members opportunities to practice and improve their leadership skills, to interact with undergraduate and graduate students in a number of STEM fields, and to participate in outreach activities to local schools. Some of the most recent activities include:
- Student Involvement Fair, Feb, 5, 2019
- STEAM Fair, February 9, 2019. For experiment instructions click here.
- General meeting, Cleaning Up Your Online Image, February 13, 2019
We look forward to working with you to make our student organization a success. Please visit our Facebook page.