National Society of Black Physicist at JHU

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About Us

The National Society of Black Physicist chapter at Johns Hopkins University is a professional and social network for African-American/Black students and other underrepresented minorities at Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy for the purpose of developing leadership and organization skills, and networking. Some of the goals are as follows: 1) help increase the number of, and improve the experience of underrepresented minorities at Johns Hopkins University, and in physics & astronomy in general. 2) help foster a space for African-American/Black/URM students to discuss ideas openly. To advance these goals, our programming consists of: social gatherings to facilitate networking and fellowship, academic events to support the work of our members in their disciplines, professional development events to help members prepare for future careers, and community events to help us connect with and serve the Greater Baltimore community.

Mentorship Program

We are starting a mentorship program for high school students in the Baltimore area seeking a career in STEM. Please select the "Contact Us" tab if you wish to join!

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Our Team

Tim Reeder
Sirak Mekonen
President
Chris Lygouras
Treasurer
Danielle Speller
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Johns Hopkins University-National Society of Black Physicist

3400 N. Charles St
Baltimore MD 21218
United States