FRC Filming and Promotional Video Brainstorm
Wednesday, September 28th at 8:00PM in Hackerman Hall Basement
Do you want to show off your filming skills? Have you always dreamed of being a movie star? Well, here is your chance!
Come out to give us ideas for the Too Hype Challenge Video Contest. The basic criteria for this video is that it needs to have conference details, a scene stating or depicting NSBE’s mission, and to promote one academic excellence program or scholarship.
Hope to see you outside of the Hackerman lecture hall tonight (in the basement)!
Terror Zone Summit Committee Meeting Thursday, September 29th from 7-8PM
Office of Multicultural Affairs Conference Room
Thanks to everyone who responded to the Doodle Poll. Although we could not accommodate everyone’s schedule, we decided upon this meeting time because it fit most student’s schedules. If you are free, we hope you will attend and learn more about how you can take a part in one of the biggest events of the year!
Just to re-iterate what was said in a previous e-mail, we will be hosting students from other universities in the DC/MD/VA region, high schoolers from the Pre-College Initiative, and alumni chapter members. Planning this event is a wonderful opportunity to get involved with HOMES, boost your resume, network, and so much more!
James Edward West Symposium on October 7th-9th
Registration ends September 30th!
A celebration of 60 years of excellence in innovation & mentorship
The JHU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is hosting this symposium to honor our faculty advisor, Dr. West. There will be a reception Friday evening at the Mt. Washington Conference Center and symposium panels and talks in Hodson 210. Don’t miss out on this great event!
Click here for a detailed schedule and register.
NSBE Study Session @ MSE A-Level
Sunday, October 2nd from 9PM-Midnight
Come out to A-Level on Sunday and work with your classmates and upperclassmen from HOMES! This period is a great time to get to know classmates to bounce ideas off of as well as students who have taken the classes YOU are taking. And hey, getting together with a group to study is always a good time.
One of the 2010-2011 National Directives for the National Society of Black Engineers is Academic Excellence, where we want to continue improving our members’ academic reporting, performance, and recognition. This study session is an Academic Excellence event and we hope that you will participate!
Save the date!
10/5 (Wed): Resume Critique with Baltimore Metropolitan Alumni Chapter
10/8 (Sat): FRC Filming! Your chance to be a star!
10/15 (Sat): Terror Zone Summit at Johns Hopkins University