AAAS Pacific Division Annual Meeting

June 17-20, 2014, Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

The Pacific Division of AAAS is pleased to announce its 95th annual meeting, to be held on the campus of the University of California, Riverside 17 – 20 June 2014. Membership in AAAS or its affiliated societies is not required to participate in the meeting.

All scientists, including graduate and undergraduate students, are invited to present their research results at the meeting, either orally or as posters. Persons paying the registration fee may attend all scientific sessions as well as participate in many other activities (field trips require advance registration and payment of additional fees). Dr. RIchard Cardullo, University of California, Riverside, is chairing the local program committee for the Pacific Division.

The theme for this year’s meeting is “Innovation for a Changing World.”

Plan to join us for a full schedule of activities:
-contributed oral and poster paper sessions
-field trips
-division banquet
-and much more!

Societies and Sections Sponsoring Programs

The following societies and Pacific Division sections will sponsor symposia and/or contributed paper and poster sessions at the meeting:

– Northwest and Southwest Sections of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
– Molecular Reproduction and Development
– Agriculture, Food, and Renewable Resources
– Anthropology and Archaeology
– Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences
– Cell and Molecular Biology
(includes Medical and Dental Research in these areas)
– Chemistry and Biochemistry
– Computer and Information Sciences
– Earth Sciences (includes Geology, Physical Geography, Geophysics, Paleobiology)
– Ecology, Environmental Sciences, and Sustainability
– Education
– Engineering, Technology, and Applied Sciences
– Evolution, Organismal Biology, and Biodiversity
– General and Interdisciplinary
– Health Services – See Social, Economic and Political Sciences below.
– History and Philosophy of Science
– Mathematics
– Medical and Dental Research – See Cell and Molecular Biology above.
– Physics and Materials Science
– Psychology
– Science and the Arts and Humanities
– Social, Economic, and Political Sciences

Posted: April 09, 2014