science week banner smallerOur Mission

To recruit and engage science membership and to increase awareness for professional development in the sciences.

How?

SASE Science Week, a week-long social media platform to celebrate and showcase science membership throughout the nation and on our campuses.

Guidelines

  • - Chapters must participate in a minimum of one day but are highly encouraged to participate in as many days as possible.
  • - Chapters post photos and/or videos that capture and highlight each day on your chapter’s Facebook page, then share to your Region FB group.

Timeline

4/1: Scientist Spotlight, #ScientistSpotlight - Feature a science member! Celebrate your existing science SASEfam! Chapters submit a scientist member to their RMRs for a Regional Page feature by 11:59 PM on Friday, 3/29 via this link: https://goo.gl/forms/cOCg3q3tGu1dWi4g2 (Email your RMR with questions/concerns). Include the name of the featured member, chapter, how they are involved at the chapter, year and major in school, photo to be featured, and either a quote from the featured member or a quote about the featured member (from the nominator).

4/2: Science Recruitment Day, #SASEScienceRecruitment - Recruit a new member in the sciences and feature them on your Facebook page! This is a great opportunity to table about SASE and share what SASE can offer science members.

4/3: Health Sciences Day, #SASEHealth - Spread awareness of professional health science tracks. Suggestions:

  • - Feature a health science student, can be undergrad or graduate (e.g., pre-med, physical therapy, emergency medicine, etc.)
  • - Feature a health science track at your school
  • - Host a health sciences panel event
  • - Host an interview!

4/4: Science Fusion Day, #SASEFusion - Showcase how science fuses with engineering to innovate something new! Suggestions:

  • - Using technology in science (CS, bioinformatics, bioengineering)
  • - AI research - Neuro/CS fusion!

4/5: Science Research Day, #SASEResearch - Showcase science research being done at your school (can be research performed by a faculty member or student).

 

Any questions? Please contact your Regional Coordinator!