The internship program is a 10-week position that is open to students enrolled in either The College of The Bahamas or Bahamian students at the University of the West Indies. The applicant process requires eligible students to apply using the NASA Education Associates Program website and submit all the required More >
Are you a problem solver, a leader, an innovator? Or maybe you want to improve your problem solving, leadership, or innovative skills. Possibly you are interested in consulting. Compete in the Consulting Design Olympiad and you could win prizes for showing that your chapter is more creative, innovative, and resourceful More >
Are you looking to build confidence in your interviewing skills? The prospect of a job interview can be daunting even for top tier professionals. Ivy Exec, our Career Support Partner, has a webinar to help you feel excited rather than anxious about upcoming meetings.
Ivy Exec is the most exclusive online More >
The world of three dimensional characterization, quantitative analysis, and modeling of materials is ripe with potential and possibilities!
Abstracts are sought for the 1st International Conference on 3D Materials Science 2012, set for July 8-12, 2012, at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania.
Abstracts are requested to develop programming for this dynamic conference, which promises More >
Every year at the University of Toronto (U of T), only a small number of black students enrolled in the school’s applied science and engineering programs. So in 2009, the university’s NSBE chapter decided to do something about the problem. Mikhail Burke, who was then the chapter president, and Ayokanmi More >
The National Society of Black Engineers is on a mission to elevate STEM by highlighting the achievements and excellence of our Collegiate membership. Why? Because President Obama said that it was important (and we agree)! So, we have partnered with the National Engineers Week Foundation to allow members to More >
Many NSBE–AE chapters do tremendous things in their communities: offering scholarships, excellent mentoring, stellar professional development and awesome networking, just to name a few. However, we need to acknowledge that there are also many chapters that are active but may be struggling to get their members to contribute and make More >
The decision to join NSBE as a freshman in 2005 wasone of the best choices I made duringmy four-year stay at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana. After a memorable encounter with the NSBE national officers and executives who visited KNUST that year, More >