STAT 2019 Executive Board Election Call for Nominations

The Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT) is currently seeking highly qualified, dedicated members who represent the diversity of the Texas science education community to provide strategic leadership to the association. STAT is accepting nominations for four open positions on the 2019-2020 Executive Board now through February 28, 2019. Open positions include: President-Elect, Treasurer, and Member-at-Large (2 positions). If you are interested in being considered for a board position or you would like to nominate a colleague, please submit a nomination (self or colleague) by February 21. All nominees will be required to complete an online application and provide additional information by February 28 to be considered by the STAT Nominating Committee. Learn more


STAT is Spreading Good with #STATGivesBack

As a science educator, you’re already the catalyst for positive change each day! #STATGivesBack is yet another chance for you to positively impact the world. By offering a limited # of STAT backpacks for only the cost of shipping/handling, we hope to inspire creative acts of kindness and promote science. You could give them to the school counselor for kids in need, or donate them to a local women’s shelter to help women and children escape dangerous situations, or pack them with nonperishable food items to send home with students who might otherwise go hungry. You could even share them with all science educators in your district as a show of STAT pride. Use your imagination! Learn more

Your First Look: STAT's New Brand Identity


Led by a task force made up of members, affiliate leaders, past presidents and board members, STAT engaged in a yearlong project to better understand the ways our members experience STAT. With the support of a professional public communications firm, we gathered and considered data that ultimately led to a refreshed messaging platform and a new iteration of our association logo.

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CAST 2018: Exploring New Frontiers


STAT's Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching, aka CAST, truly explored new frontiers in 2018. In addition to hundreds of breakout sessions led by innovative science educators and leaders, the three day festival featured several new learning and networking opportunities, including Beyond the Classroom, STAT Chats, the Learning Lab, and the STAT Lounge. We can't wait to see you at CAST 2019, November 21-23 in Dallas.

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