Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society provides timely updates about the Society and its members. Here you will find articles featuring members, press releases, and newsletters.
Seventeen of the new members elected to the National Academy of Engineering are Sigma Xi members.
With two months left before thousands of people participate in the March for Science movement on April 22, organizers have shared a list of partners and information to help people get involved.
Learn about a different research topic each month by talking with a Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer from the comfort of your own computer. Using Adobe Connect, American Scientist editors moderate Q & A discussions with the lecturers.
Sigma Xi is seeking professional researchers and science communicators to judge the Student Research Showcase, a science communication competition.
In his March–April letter, Sigma Xi President Tee Guidotti describes the value that science provides to society.
Sigma Xi offers Science, Math, and Engineering Education (SMEE) Grants worth up to $2,000 each to the Society’s chapters to fund innovative education programs. Susan Walsh, president of the Rollins College Chapter in Winter Park, Florida, shares the outcomes of their grant.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Council elected the following Sigma Xi members among its 2016 Fellows to recognize their contributions to innovation, education, and scientific leadership.
For the 79th consecutive year, Sigma Xi presents its panel of Distinguished Lecturers as an opportunity for chapters to host visits from outstanding individuals who are at the leading edge of science.
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society is partnering with the March for Science, an event that will bring scientists and science advocates to Washington, D.C., on April 22, 2017. Sister marches are also being planned for cities across the country and around the world.
Sigma Xi CEO John Nemeth calls on President Trump to rescind the executive order that temporarily restricts citizens of seven countries from entering the United States.