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2003 — 2017
and other Policies
4th Edition (2015)(PDF)
The Pacific Division:
A Century of Meetings
A Multimedia Timeline
Sections and Section Chairs
ARCTIC DIVISION of AAAS this year is joining ACS NORM 2016 for their program
Chemistry Under the Midnight Sun
June 26 – 29, 2016
Professor Philip P. Power, UC Davis Department of Chemistry
Dr. David Constable, Director, Green Chemistry Institute American Chemical Society
Women's Luncheon Speaker:
Dr. Arlene Blum, Biophysical chemist, author, and muntaineer
CARIBBEAN DIVISION of AAAS
The purpose of the Pacific Division of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science is to
- further the work of scientists
and their students
- facilitate cooperation and
communication among scientists and their
- foster scientific freedom
- improve the effectiveness
of science in the promotion of human
- increase public understanding
and appreciation of science
- foster science
- unify and coordinate scientific societies
affiliated with the Pacific Division.
Beam me there, Scotty!
Student Travel Awards
Student Research Awards
Student Research Presentation Awards
Student Session Aide at February 2017 National AAAS Meeting
to each student award winner
at the 97th Annual Meeting
AAAS Pacific Division
held at the University of San Diego
San Diego, California
June 14 - 17, 2016
Student winners of Awards
of Excellence (not all
at the 2016 annual meeting in San Diego, California.
For the complete list of
ANNOUNCEMENT of the WINNER
AAAS, Pacific Division
Alan E. Leviton
Student Research Award
Rachel Bhaskar, Biology Department, San Francisco State University. Advisor: Megumi Fuse. Project: Role of the Immune System during Tissue Regeneration of Imaginal Discs in Manduca sexta. Award: $620.
To see past research awards, click here.
AAAS National Meeting
Student Session Aide
16 - 20 February 2017 • Washington, D.C.
(Really good perks! Unfortunately, applications for the 2017 meeting are closed. Put this on your calendar for the 2018 meeting!) Information about being a student session aide can be viewed by clicking HERE.
Judge for Student Posters
(Significantly reduced registration fee of $120 for the entire meeting! Submission deadline: not yet defined.)
The judging is divided into disciplines that meet in one of four sessions
on Saturday, 18 February or Sunday, 19 February.
Click HERE for more information about student posters.
To sign up to be a poster judge, please complete the application by clicking HERE and following the instructions.