2016 NAC students and mentors at the NAC IV Workshop at Howard University on September 9-11, 2016.

The National Astronomy Consortium (NAC) is a program led by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Associated Universities Inc., (AUI) in partnership with the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP),and a number of minority and majority universities to increase the number of students from underrepresented groups and those otherwise overlooked by the traditional academic

We would like to bring to your attention the Fermilab Intensity Frontier Fellowship opportunity.  The Intensity Frontier Fellowships are awarded to outstanding researchers in the areas of neutrino physics, muon physics, and other topics in the Intensity Frontier. Fellows will receive funding to allow enhanced participation in Fermilab experimental and data analysis efforts, in relevant areas

NASA Internships

Wednesday, 12 October 2016 by

NASA offers an Agency-wide college internship program that provides a 10-week summer and 16-week fall and spring paid internship opportunity for students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); and for students of non-STEM majors that lend support to the NASA mission. During their internship students work at the NASA Glenn Research Center

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRF) is for currently open for applications. Current doctoral students who have approval of their dissertation topic and a formal dissertation committee are eligible. NIJ’s Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) program supports doctoral students engaged in research that advances NIJ’s mission. The Graduate Research Fellowship in

Boulder School for Condensed Matter and Materials Physics July 3 – 28, 2017 Frustrated and Disordered Systems Disordered and frustrated systems comprise a vibrant research area in condensed matter physics with applications in fields ranging from mathematics to biology. At their core, these systems share universal features–such as rough free energy landscapes and rich sets of

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Many years of effort and more than one thousand physicists have been focused on finding evidence of gravitational waves. Success was achieved on September 14, 2015 when gravitational waves were detected by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors located in Livingston, LA and Hanford, WA. The existence of gravitational waves is one of

        Caption: (Pictured from left to right): Dr. K. Renee Horton (NSBP President), Oduchu Ogbonnaya (CRF Winner), Bria Storr (CRF Winner), and Dr. Stephen McGuire (Past President of NSBP) The National Society of Black Physicists would like to recognize the 2016 Carl Rouse Undergraduate Research Fellowship (CRF) winners:  Oduchu Ogbonnaya, a senior

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The registration for the NSBP Fall Conference 2016, “The Value of the Minority Physics Student: A Talent Source for America’s Technical Future”  is now open!  This year’s conference will be held on October 27-30, 2016, at Fermilab, in Batavia, IL.  There is no registration charge for students (undergraduate, graduate, and post doc) and the first 100 to register will

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NSBP 40 by 40 Campaign

Thursday, 21 July 2016 by

A Call for Membership, The Answer:  For a Lifetime In 1977 the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) was founded to promote the professional well-being of black physicists within the scientific community and within society at large. Over the years, NSBP has sought to develop and support efforts to increase the opportunities afforded to our

The International Affairs Committee helps to establish contacts with colleagues and organizations across Africa, the Caribbean, and other regions worldwide. NSBP strives to support members both domestic or abroad. If you are interested in networking and supporting physicists of the African diaspora across the world, the International Affairs committee may be right for you. To