The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is
"to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."
The Michigan State University Chapter of NSBE was founded on January 25th, 1979.
Our chapter's founding members are
Timothy Lucas, Wayne A. Hopkins, Kevin D. Stokes, W. Denise King, Maurice Sanders, Michael E. Wagner, Kenneth T. Harrison, Hillard J. Germany, Ronald Dewberry, and Victoria F. Chatman.
NSBE MSU is a flourishing organization. Our chapter boasts more than 50 members annually and a chapter GPA of +3.0. We strive to be one of the most prominent groups on campus and one of the strongest NSBE chapters in Region IV.
We offer a wide range of programs to our membership and the MSU community. Programming efforts focus on academic and technical excellence, professional development, community service, networking, and social activities.
NSBE is striving to graduate 10,000 Black Engineers by the year 2025. Those who partner with NSBE will help bring about a positive cultural change that will create a mind shift in students of color across the nation.
To reach this goal, NSBE MSU will continue to strengthen its
relationships with the College of Engineering, the MSU community, industry, and most importantly, our membership.
Learn more about the benefits of becoming a member of the National Society of Black Engineers.
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