Alumni Networking Happy Hours
Join or host one today - events already planned for Atlanta, Boston, California Bay Area, Cambridge, New York City, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Washington DC, & possibly L.A.!
Do you miss chatting with peers about the best ways to motivate kids to learn science and math or having a lively discussion about the social dimensions of Stem Cell Research and Gene Therapy and how to prevent the dystopia future of Gattaca? Do you wonder where your fellow Pugwashers have gone to?
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All are welcome-- you are not required to be a SPUSA alumnus. Students will get to meet SPUSA alumni who have gone on to do amazing things in their careers. Scholars and professionals in S&T policy and STS will have the chance to network with SPUSA participants.
Get involved in SPUSA
Become a Student Board Member: Student Pugwash is accepting applications for new student board members. Student Board Members guide the vision and mission of Student Pugwash, recruit students, organize events, and work directly with our esteemed board of directors. This is your opportunity to influence and support a leading national nonprofit working with students on science, technology, and society issues. Please send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in becoming a Student Board Member and a resume/C.V. to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organize on Campus: Welcome back to campus! Student Pugwash supports students on campuses across the United States. Please email email@example.com to inquire about organizing a Student Pugwash event or starting a chapter at your university. Learn more about campus organizing.
Become an Online SPUSA Intern: Student Pugwash is now accepting remote interns for the fall or winter term semesters! Interns will work directly with the Student Pugwash co-presidents and Board of Directors on communications, student outreach, and developing new programs. To apply, send a cover letter explaining why you are specifically interested in a Student Pugwash internship, a resume detailing relevant experience, and a short writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Pugwash is hosting a panel, The Role of the Nonprofit Sector in SEI Eucation, at the SEI (Social and Ethical Implications of Science) Congress. The panel features Sharlissa Moore, President of Student Pugwash; Kyle Gracey, Vice President of Student Pugwash; Chris Sequeira, Former Executive Committee President of the Graduation Pledge Alliance and SPUSA alumnus; Melanie Rose Roberts, Executive Director of the Forum on Science, Ethics, and Policy (FOSEP); and Jaime Yassif, founder of the Science, Technology, and Engineering Policy (STEP) group at UC Berkeley. SPUSA's Board Chair, Alan McGowan, will also be presenting a paper at the Congress.
The Congress will be held November 10-11 at Arizona State University in Tempe. Registration will be available in about a week.
The 7th International Student/ Young Pugwash conference, European Contributions to Nuclear Disarmament and Conflict Resolution, was held in Berlin July 1-4. Check out the report from the conference!
Congratulations to Purdue University for hosting its 6th Midwest Regional Student Pugwash conference in April on Resource, Information, and Technology for the World!
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