National Society of Black Physicists

NSBP In The News …



NSBP organized two sessions at the 2014 ERN Conference on opportnities with national laboratories (with BNL and Jefferson Lab) and a career worksop for undergraduate students with SPS.


During the Spring, NSBP and CAPER organized two Teaching Excellence Workshops: one on April 5, 2014 at Hampton University (left picture, read the HU Report.pdf) and one on May 3, 2014 at the University of the District of Columbia (right picture, read the UDC report.pdf).

The NSBP and AUI participated in the White HouseOffice 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 National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) is organizing a symposium entitled, "Expanding the Pathways for Black Physicists Education Research Partnership: Understanding Persistence, Retention, and Success" on November 9, 2014 at the American Center for Physics in College Park, MD. This symposium will include a select group of education researchers who focus on student experiences and persistence STEM fields. 

Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi particiated in the Googgle HangOut of the White House during Black History month (see the video).

Congratulations to Guy Marcus from Johns Hopkins University who recently won the APS Leroy Apker Prize.

Cornell researchers, led by Prof. Richard Robinson, have developed a new way to precisely measure the extremely subtle movement of heat in nanostructures (read more).

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