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Southern California Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting Registration Information
All abstracts must be submitted electronically no later than March 6, 2017 (midnight).
Payment for registration is required at the time of your abstract submission.
There will be three contributed paper sessions (marine, terrestrial, and parasitology) and a joint poster session with the Junior Academy. Contributions on all facets of marine, terrestrial, and parasitological science are welcome for both paper and poster sessions. Submissions will be reviewed by the SCAS Editorial Board, and contributors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by March 20, 2017. Registration refunds may be requested before April 14, 2017 via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early registration will take place through March 6, 2017. The last day to mail hard copy registration with payment / register on-line is April 14, 2017. Registration will resume, on-site, at Santa Monica College, on the day the meeting is held on April 28, 2017.
Help support students! We would be very grateful to professional scientists who will commit to judging students' papers or posters during the meeting. To enlist as a judge, select the appropriate choice when registering or please contact the organizer directly: Danny Tang (email@example.com).
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Southern California Academy of Sciences
The Southern California Academy of Sciences is dedicated to promoting fellowship among scientists and those individuals interested in science; to contributing to scientific literature through publication of pertinent manuscripts; to fostering scholarship among young scientists; and to providing information to the membership, to the public, and to public agencies on matters of mutual interest and concern to the sciences and society.
These goals are approached annually by:
- Conducting symposia and an Annual Meeting that draws together the academic and applied sciences community and students pursuing a career in the sciences.
- Disseminating the results of original research through the BULLETIN of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, which is published three times a year.
- Providing Research Grants to students in Undergraduate, Masters, or Doctoral programs who are investigating scientific questions related to the Southern California area.
- Honoring best student papers and posters at the Annual Meetings with multiple awards.
- Enabling high school students to conduct original research in a professional laboratory setting through the Research Training Program of the Junior Academy.