NSBP Conferences brings together a broad range of experts in multiple fields of physics (astronomy, astrophysics, biophysics, condensed matter and materials, physics, high energy ... and more). The NSBP Conference is the largest academic meeting of minority physicists in the United States.
NSBP Fall Conference 2016
Highlights of NSBP2016
The NSBP Fall Conference 2016, “The Value of the Minority Physics Student: A Talent Source for America’s Technical Future”, was held on October 27-30, 2016, at Fermilab, in Batavia, IL.
This conference agenda consisted of three days of workshops for resume writing, work/life balance, dealing with imposter syndrome and careers outside of academia, discussion panels, plenary speakers, and poster sessions. There was opportunities for professors to communicate with scientists about research collaborations and tour the facilities, as well as, networking lunches and opportunities to speak with HR divisions of several national laboratories about intern positions and what’s expected during this process.
Schedule of Events (nsbp-2016-fall-workshop-general-schedule)
A Message for NSBP 2016 Fall Workshop Students From the Embassy of Australia
Address: 1601 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington DC 20036-2273
Phone: 202.797.3441 Email: Anthony.Murfett@industry.gov.au
This event was sponsored by:
Gold Level Sponsorship
Bronze Level Sponsorship
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The event is co-organized and co-sponsored in partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Michigan State University, the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy. It consists of Physics sessions (February 26-27, 2016), NSBP networking event (February 26, 2016) and participation to the Emerging Researchers Conference (February 25-27, 2016).
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