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Regardless of the degree program you may be in or how far along you are in that program, we encourage you to attend and participate in PNW SETAC! It is a great opportunity to meet students from other institutions in the Pacific Northwest region, learn about current and emerging topics of regional interest in the field of toxicology and chemistry, interact with professionals in your field of interest, and create networks that may aid you in entering your career of choice once you graduate. Even after you graduate, you can still get student rates and benefits for up to one full year post graduation!
PNW SETAC takes pride in the support it provides students in terms of discounted membership rates, travel awards, and awards for best presentation of student research. The At-Large (Student) Representative on the PNW SETAC Board of Directors is also available to answer any questions you may have.
Discounted registration and conference event fees
Networking and strengthening collaborative relationships with other scientists in the region.
Opportunity to communicate current research to peers via platform and/or poster presentations and contribute to the field of environmental toxicology and chemistry.
Access to professional and social opportunities through workshops and special sessions.
We regularly post job announcements to help you discover your next opportunity.
We can post your resume on the Jobs and Resources page to help you get a position!
Please consider attending, and better yet, presenting at our annual conference held in mid-April of each year. We provide travel funds to all students who apply and give awards for Best Student Presentations. Abstract submissions must also be in a prescribed format which can be found in the Abstract Submission Guidelines.
If you are not member and are interested in joining, please do so on the Member Services page.