SAS Student Members are
vital to the future of the society!
This blog post from NatureJobs describes all the reasons you should get more involved with SAS. There are current openings on many committees at the national and local level. Contact Bonnie Saylor for information.
Resources for students:
- Online Employment Bureau: An excellent place to for job searches and posting your resume.
- Graduate and Undergraduate Student Awards: Recognizing the outstanding science and work of our SAS student members.
- Student Travel Grants and Student Ambassador Program: These programs help support our SAS Student members by providing funding to travel to spectroscopy meetings.
SAS Student Sections
SAS has a network of Student Sections. If your university already has a section, we encourage you to become an active member. If your school does not yet have a section, we invite you to consider establishing one. SAS Student Sections receive many benefits including: activity and travel grants, guest lecture resources, networking opportunities, and much more!