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University of Detroit Mercy National Society of Black Engineers
NSBE Mission To increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers of excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
2004 – 2005 Elective Board President - Martrice Colvin - Vice President – Lana Williams - Treasurer - Ricardo Moore - Academic Excellence - Maunee Tweh - Finance Chairperson- Open Communications Chairperson - Janice Mitchell - Telecommunication Chairperson – William E. Bowen Programs Chairperson - Open Secretary – Crystal Watkins - Membership Chairperson - Chris Scott -
Need Money ? Our organization currently provides scholarships to students based on community service, essays, needs, etc. We are even offering book vouchers to help students buy the books they need for class.
Need help in your classes Our academic excellence chair can help you find the right tutor for your problems. We can help you get envolved with a study group made up of students who are taking the same classes that you are. The idea is that everyone involved contributes a little of their information and knowledge and gain much more as an end result.
Need help finding a job NSBE currently has a Regional Fall Conference in October, and a National Convention in March. Both conferences provide job fairs from almost all professional fields and professional corporations including: Apple, Dell, Oracle, General Electric, Boeing, Kraft, Ford, Honda, General Motors, Dow, etc.
Is NSBE For You? YES it is. We have members from all engineering, science, and technology based backgrounds. We even have students that are not in these programs majoring in business, communications, education, law, etc. Our organization is open to everyone regardless of race, sex, religion, ethnic background, etc.
What does NSBE have planned for this year? Social events with other chapters, such as BBQs Basketball tournament Open Mic Nights Technical Quiz Bowl for high school students at Tech Day, using in house software. Community Service Projects with local schools to get students motivated to get into a college, and to tutor them in their current classes. Black History Month Quiz Bowl Raffles and Bake Sales. End of the School Year BBQ in April. Plus many more activities.
Meeting Information Our first general meeting is Thursday September 16, 12:45pm – 2:00pm in room 260 in the Engineering Building
Additional Information Our Chapter website is Our Regional site is The National site is Feel free to us at: