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 Student Night Out

SAS Student Members are the Lifeblood of the Society.

SAS Student Membership supports your studies and career in spectroscopy!

Join top scientists, educators, engineers, technicians, students and business professionals with an interest in spectroscopy and analytical chemistry. As a Student Member, you will receive a wide range of benefits including:

APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY SUBSCRIPTION – Applied Spectroscopy is the premier spectroscopic journal available today. Published monthly and in print since 1948, this peer-reviewed, international journal is what will keep you abreast of the latest and greatest in the field. It is a must read for every student. Available online too!

NEWSLETTER - The Spectrum is our online newsletter published several times a year. It covers topics of interest to members including award announcements, meeting information, and much more.

MEMBER DIRECTORY (searchable online)– This is a terrific resource because it enables you to find members who have similar career interests and provides contact information so you can get in touch.

ONLINE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU - Our employment site is free for you to use for job searches or for resume posting.

GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT AWARDS - Recognizing the outstanding science and work of our SAS Student Members

STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS AND AMBASSADOR PROGRAM - These programs help support our SAS Student members in their quest for knowledge by providing funding to travel to spectroscopy meetings.

Plus so much more

 

SAS Student Chapters

SAS Student Section SAS has a network of Student Chapters. If your university already has a chapter, we encourage you to become an active member. If your school does not yet have a chapter, we invite you to consider establishing one. SAS Student Chapters receive many benefits including: activity and travel grants, guest lecture resources, networking opportunities, and much more!

 

Upcoming Student Events

Stay tuned for the Student Event at SciX 2014 in Reno, NV!


Student Night Out 

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