NSBP is the largest and most recognizable organization devoted to the African-American physics community
We seek to develop and support efforts to increase opportunities for African Americans in physics.
OUR MISSIONFounded in 1977 at Morgan State University, the mission of the National Society of Black Physicists is to promote the professional well-being of African American physicists and physics students within the international scientific community and within society at large.
Our SectionsThere are 16 Physics Sections of NSBP. These sections help plan symposia at our annual conference as well as other meetings, workshops, and mini-courses. They help keep the general membership aware of new and ongoing funding for research and training in the respective sub-fields. Each section is a forum for networking and information exchanges including student advising and mentoring as well as research collaboration.
A WORD FROM OUR PRESIDENT
Welcome to our new website! While we are still in the process of transitioning, we ask everyone to be patient as some of our features will gradually be implemented. We have worked tirelessly to bring the NSBP a site that fits the excellence of our organization. Take a moment to explore and be on the lookout for new additions coming soon.
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2. REGISTER ONLINE
Sign up online with the NSBP membership form. Once complete we will confirm your membership and you will have online access to your account.