Thank you for your interest in donating to the Texas Academy of Science.
The Texas Academy of Science promotes scientific research in Texas colleges and universities, encourages research as a part of student learning and enhances the continuing development of its professional and student members. First founded by teachers as the Academy of Science in Texas in 1880, the organization as we know it now emerged around 1929 and included a physicist, a botanist, a mathematician and two biologists as its founding members. Now, TAS publishes a peer-reviewed journal (The Texas Journal of Science since 1949), conducts an annual meeting that highlights research across 16 sections that include disciplines across the sciences and provides expert testimony on policy issues related to STEM or science education. The majority of current TAS members are students.
Once you choose to donate, we will contact you (if needed) to get an image file. Image files should be 180x180, 300x250, or 728x180. Listing of logos or names on the website, annual meeting page, and abstract management page is in sequential order based on when the donation is received. If you have a website address, that can be provided for individuals to click on your image and reach your home page. Please note, this current list of donation levels, benefits, and amounts may be changed in the future. Any benefits you receive from a donation will be based on the benefits available at the time of donation.
* The meeting abstract page is available year round, although it is usually not accessed following the annual meeting.