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The National Society of Black Physicists is pleased to announce the 2015 Annual Conference, “Re-Visioning The Future of Scientific Leadership.” The conference is to be held at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland on Wednesday, February 25–Saturday, February 28, 2015.

***Registration is now open***
conference site: www.nsbp.org/nsbp2015

Exchanging ideas, listening to one another, and working in teams have always been strengths of the physics community. To this end, the Society of Physics Students and the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) are pleased to announce a new joint membership program in which student members of either society can join the other at no extra cost. (read more)

NSBP and AUI at the 2014 Minorities in STEM Workshop of OSTP

The NSBP and AUI participated in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Minorities in STEM Workshop February 26, 2014.  The event resulted in the creation of the "Physics Inspiring the Next Generation (PING)" program.

 

The NSBP mourns the loss of one of its pioneers, Dr. Carl A. Rouse.  Through a partnership with Caltech, the Carl Rouse Fellowship was created in the Fall 2012 to provide students with a summer research experience in astronomy. In Memory of Prof. Rouse, donations can be provided as contributions to the Rouse Fellowship here.

     

NSBP Sections

MED: Dr. Christopher Njeh is a recent Fellow of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (read more). Dr. Stephen Avery is highlighted at UPenn (read more).

 

NSBP Committees

IPC: a new Industry Physics Committee was created by the NSBP Board and is lead by Dr. Donell Walton from Corning.