Why be a member of Sigma Zeta?

Why be a member of Sigma Zeta?

    • National recognition for attaining high academic standards in science and mathematics.
    • Encouragement to undertake local research projects and report results at the annual national convention
    • An opportunity to compete for the Sigma Zeta Presentation awards for best oral and poster presentations.
    • Opportunity to learn of research done by students on other college campuses.
    • The challenge of presenting high caliber programs at the local level.
    • The Sigma Zeta Honor Award, presented annually by the National Council to those student members who exhibit outstanding scientific achievement and promise.
    • Opportunity to compete for support for student research via the Sigma Zeta Research Awards
    • Bringing recognition to your chapter and school via the Founder's Cup Award


Membership Qualifications

    • Major in any of the Natural Sciences, Computer Science, or Mathematics.
    • Completed at least 25 semester hours, including 15 semester hours in Natural Sciences, Computer Science, or Mathematics.
    • Attain at least a 3.00 (A = 4.00) grade point average in Science and Mathematics.
    • Attain at least a 3.00 grade point average in all subjects including Science and Mathematics

 

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