Highlights of activities:
Since its founding, (headed by Prof. Margaret (Peg) Riley), MAS engaged over 400 dues paying members; MAS elected 70 fellows over the years; MAS held 3 STEM education-focused workshops; MAS held annual meetings on research/educational topics of interest, and has developed a near-peer mentoring program that engages college students mentoring middle and high school students. Click here to view a Brochure
While the focus of MAS in past years has been on education, with its new leadership, MAS will also engage in partnering with industry, and in creating research bridges among universities-industry on topics of common interest to the public.
Upcoming Symposia and/or Workshops:
A focus on Veterans: Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease; Symposium Planned for late 2019
Yearly Award Ceremony:
Honoring 2 MAS members who have contributed to promoting MAS mission at research or education and/or have made a breakthrough in their fields.