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Free membership to New York Academy of Sciences

Posted on September 7, 2021
 Arizona State University recently became an Institutional Member of the New York Academy of Sciences and sponsors free memberships for all interested students, postdocs and faculty. 

The Academy, founded in 1817, has helped scientists, engineers and innovators pursue successful careers. Among the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, the Academy has become an important and widely-respected contributor to the international scientific community. Former Academy Members include esteemed thinkers and innovators, such as U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, and pioneers in science like Thomas Edison, Charles Darwin and Margaret Mead. The next name on this list of extraordinary people could be yours.

Sign up at nyas.org/asu to request an ASU sponsored membership.

As an Academy Member, you’ll benefit from access to:

​​Career Readiness Training: Career Development resources, including online courses and webinars to help you acquire the skills you’ll need to succeed in a STEM-related field.

Cutting Edge Content: Unlimited digital access to Academy publications and eBriefings.

Networking and Resume Building: Opportunities to present your research, apply intensive leadership training, become a mentor, and connect with other Members from the Academy’s global Membership network using an online Directory.

Upcoming Webinars & Program: Discounted and free registration on all of the Academy’s upcoming events featuring the latest research presented at the Academy. For the time being, all 2021 events will be presented through online platforms while some previously scheduled events are being postponed to a later date.