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Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Southern California Chapter

4340 Vandever Ave San Diego, CA 92120

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SoCal SETAC is currently comprised of over 100 members from academia, government, business, and industry. Members have technical backgrounds in disciplines such as toxicology, biology, microbiololgy, ecology, genetics, analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, environmental engineering and planning, and risk assessment. The membership of the Chapter shall consist of Active, Emeritus, Student and Regional members. Active and Emeritus members of the Chapter must be current members of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

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Current membership categories include the following:

  • Professional Memberships - Professional members must have applied experience/education in environmental sciences or engineering, toxicology or chemistry, or conducted research in areas related to the chapter's stated goals and purposes. ("Regional" members are members of SoCal SETAC only, whereas "Active" members are members of both SoCal SETAC and SETAC). Professional membership fee (Regional and Active) is $20/calendar year.

  • Student Memberships - Student Members are persons who share the stated purpose of the Chapter and are students showing promise of becoming qualified for Member status at a later date. Studeent members must be actively engaged in an academic curriculum leading toward a career in the environmental sciences or engineering, toxicology or chemistry. Student membership fee is $10/calendar year

  • Emeritus Memberships - Emeritus members are recognized by the Board of Directors for their outstanding contributions to the environmental sciences and who have demonstrated active participation in SETAC. Emeritus membership is honorary.

  • Sustaining Memberships - Sustaining members are Corporate/Institutional members who are interested in helping foster the goals and purposes of the chapter. The sustaining membership fee is $300/yr for a minimum commitment of 3 calendar years

  • Community Memberships - The SoCal SETAC Chapter is open to anyone with an interest in environmental sciences or engineering, toxicology or chemistry. ("Regional" members are members of SoCal SETAC only, whereas "Active" members are members of both SoCal SETAC and SETAC). Community membership fee (Regional and Active) is $20/calendar year.

Professional and Emeritus Membership Benefits:

  • Quarterly newsletter containing Southern California environmental news updates, status of public and private monitoring programs, university news, bulletin board, and more.

  • Opportunity to interact with other environmental scientists and engineers from government, academia, business and public sectors.

  • Opportunity to present research at annual conferences and special meetings. Reduced registration fees at annual conferences and special meetings.

  • Annual membership directory.

  • May serve on the Board of Directors.

  • May serve as an Officer (e.g., President, Vice-President, Secretary or Treasurer).

  • May vote in general Board elections.

Student Membership Benefits:

  • Quarterly newsletter containing Southern California environmental news updates, status of public and private monitoring programs, university news, bulletin board, and more.

  • Opportunity to interact with other students as well as environmental scientists and engineers from government, academia, business and public sectors.

  • Opportunity to present research at annual conferences and special meetings, and participate in student presentation/poster award(s).

  • Reduced registration fees at annual conferences and special meetings.

  • Reduced membership fees.

Sustaining Membership Benefits:

  • Half page advertisement in the quarterly newsletter.
  • Single one-year membership.
  • Sustaining Member recognized with company logo (no advertisement) in a “Thank You” letter written from Chapter President in the Annual Meeting Program.

Community Membership Benefits:

  • Quarterly newsletter containing Southern California environmental news updates, status of public and private monitoring programs, university news, bulletin board, and more.

  • Opportunity to interact with other environmental scientists and engineers from government, academia, business and public sectors.

  • Opportunity to present research at annual conferences and special meetings. Reduced registration fees at annual conferences and special meetings.

  • Annual membership directory.

  • May serve on the Board of Directors. (Two open positions)

  • May vote in general Board elections.

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