|Next General Body Meeting: TBA
||NSBE’s mission is…“to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”|
- End of the Year Banquet We have come a long way! Join us on this night where YOU are the star!Look your best dressed up as your favorite celebrity (formal) and have your pictures taken at the Pre-Red Carpet Show, which will begin at 5:45 PM.Enjoy a night filled with music, food lined up, awards will be given to the NSBE family, presentation of the new E-board members, and finish the night off with a dance.Tickets are only $20 per student or you can buy 2 for $30.Get your tickets ASAP by contacting Janasuela Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Study Jamz Need help with classes or just want a place to study?? Come out to Study Jamz EVERY Wednesday in CSE E121 at 8 pm.
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- Want to become a member?? If you want to become a member of NSBE please click here for the online application.
Submit Your Technical Abstract Today!
Students – showcase your latest research findings or summer internship/research projects. Present your results in a poster session or technical seminar. Be recognized by graduate schools or job recruiters. Your research accomplishments may earn you a monetary prize in addition to national recognition!
Awards range up to $1,500. *Travel and conference registration waivers are available on a limited basis to finalists.*
- Must be enrolled full-time (undergraduate – 12 hrs; graduate – 9 hrs). Exception for doctoral candidates.
- Currently pursuing a technical degree in science, technology, engineering, math, or related health.
- Must be of Hispanic/Latino, African American, or Native American descent.
- Only individual students may present. Teams are ineligible for poster/paper presentation.
- Projects must be unclassified.
- Students may submit only one poster (or paper for doctoral candidates).
- Projects may be at any stage of the research process.
Contact Dr. Gary A. Cruz at email@example.com.
*Awards, travel and registration waivers contingent on program funding
COMPREHENSIVE SUPPORT FOR STEM STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITY (CS3LD)
WHO WE ARE RECRUITING:
UF Undergraduates with Learning Disability (LD)
WHAT STUDY INVOLVEMENT WILL ENTAIL:
1. Receive TWO YEARS of individual mentorship from a graduate student
in your field
2. Work with other undergraduates with LD on projects to educate about
3. Meet monthly with researchers and other mentees
1. UF Undergraduates on (or intending to enroll in) STEM or SBE major
(STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Math; SBE = Social,
Behavioral, Economic sciences)
2. Have a diagnosis resulting in a Learning Disability (e.g., Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD], Autism Spectrum Disorder,
Cognitive Disorder NOS, Specific Learning Disabilities [SLD], Auditory
Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia )
3. Registered with UF Disability Resource Center (DRC)
4. Taking on-campus courses for at least two more years
*COMPENSATION AVAILABLE FOR PARTICIPATION*
Please contact John Geyer if interested.
firstname.lastname@example.org  or 352-273-6125
This research project is funded by the National Science Foundation and
approved by the University of Florida Institutional Review Board on
08/20/2012, Protocol # 465-2012.
4. Most improved Academic Excellence Scholarship Application - $500
Complete the online application (http://bit.ly/XT9rBu) and email to email@example.com a Fall 2012 transcript showing increase in your semester average since the 2011 school year along with an essay which answers: How has NSBE helped you excel academically? (In 500 words or less)
**Freshman are not eligible for this scholarship.