The NACS DEI Committee seeks to advocate for and support individuals historically excluded from scientific or academic opportunities on the basis of their ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, first-generation, and /or disability status. Our committee aims to support these individuals by 1) providing NACS-related research opportunities at the undergraduate level, 2) expanding program recruitment efforts, 3) improving accessibility of NACS-related resources, 4) advocating for policies that support full inclusion within the NACS community, and 5) implementing methods to document the diversity of our NACS community.

photo of DEI committee members