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Texas NSBE - 11th General Body Meeting (2010-2011)


NSBE Presents: A Matter of Perspective - Introducing NSBE to Non-engineering Student Organizations …

NSBE Presents: A Matter of Perspective - Introducing NSBE to Non-engineering Student Organizations

* PNS Crawfish Boil
* PNS Study Nights
* NEW - Online Tutoring
* Major Myx: Course Advising
* Freshman Action Team Social
* PNS Basketball Social
* Weekly Tutoring at Eastside Memorial HIgh
* 2011 Hype Conference
* Become a NSBE Senator
* Rivals Week
* REB Officers Results
* Birthday of the Week
* Vice President
* NSBE Retention Program
* NSBE Region 5 Scholarships
* Explore UT Volunteering
* Basketball Fundraising for NSBE Jr. Chapter
* NSBE T-Shirt Design Results
* NSBE Paintball Social
* Weekly Tutoring at East Side Memorial High
* 3.0 Dinner
* Text Message Reminder
* Top 5 Officer Nominations

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  • Please welcome Adria to the front…
  • Could we have Bill come to the front?
  • Bill’s Second Slide
  • Bill’s 3rd Slide
  • And now to talk about our upcoming basketball social, Jeremiah!
  • Welcome Janel to the front!
  • Bill’s Second Slide


  • 1. NSBE’s 11th General Body MeetingTuesday, April 5th, 2011
  • 2. NSBE’s Mission
    Have you supported the mission today?
    " to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community"
  • 3. HYPE Performance
    Kristin Thompson
    Jeremiah Bracy
  • 4. General Announcements
    Stay informed, stay connected...
  • 5. PI-NSBE-SHPE Crawfish Boil
    Date: Thursday, April 21, 2011
    Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
    Location: Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
    6319 I-35 N.
    Austin, TX 78752
    Space is limited:
    9 from PI
    9 from SHPE
    16 from NSBE
    Note: Only paid members of PI NSBE and SHPE can attend.
    Corporate Representatives from Texas Instruments and Schlumberger will be in attendance. Survey will be released on Tomorrow at 9:00 pm.
  • 6. PNS Study Nights
    Every Monday from 6-8PM
    Free snacks and tutors
    ECJ 1.216 ( Pi Study Room)
    Quiet Room in ECJ Library (Ramshorn Room)
  • 7. NEW Online Tutoring!
    What: Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Mechanics
    When: Monday – Thursday, 9:00-10:15pm
    For more in depth assistance, attend in person at Jester or Kinsolving
  • 8. MAJOR MYX:
    Course Advising
    • Learn the tricks with class schedules
    • 9. Setup your next semester for success
    • 10. Interact with Classmates in Engineering
    • 11. Utilize available resources in CSE
  • Freshman Action Team Social:
    Movie Night Social
    Date: April 13 -14th
    Things to do:
    Decide on a Movie
    Decide on a Date
    COME and HAVE FUN!!!!
  • 12. PNS Basketball Social
    When: Thursday, April 7th
    Where: Anna Hiss Gym (AHG 133)
    Time: 5:30-9:00PM
    **Free Food and Guest DJ will be Provided**
  • 13. Weekly Tutoring
    Tutor Math atEastside Memorial High School
    Every Friday from 3:00-4:30PM
    We meet in Jester at 2:30PM
    Just one of the many ways YOU can help to Positively Impact the Community!
    Help Fight This Kind Of Reasoning!
  • 14. 2011 HYPE Conference
  • 15. Become a NSBE Senator
    New MANDATORY Appointed Position
    Must attend all NSBE conferences
    Understand the NSBE Constitution and Bylaws
    Represent the chapter during Parliamentary proceedings
    • Discounted conference registration
    • 16. Be the legislative voice for the chapter
    • 17. Make a direct impact on NSBE
  • Rivals Week!
    Sunday – Bowling Engineering Won
    Monday – Build and Sell Business Won
    Tuesday – Capture the Flag
    Texas State Capitol Grounds at 8:00-10:00
    Wednesday – Scavenger Hunt
    Littlefield fountain 5:00-7:00
    Thursday – Dodgeball
    Anna Hiss Gym 8:00-10:00
    Friday – Trivia and Closing Ceremony
    GSB 2.124 at 4:00-5:00
  • 18. Stepping Up to Leadership
    Congratulations to our Newest REB Members!
    Adria Galloway
    Regional Finance Chair
    Dyamon JonesRegional Academic Excellence Chair
    GetanehMekonenTexas Zone AVC
  • 19. Birthday of the Week!
    Happy 22nd Birthday!!
    • Name: Jeremiah Bracy
    • 20. Birthdate: April 6th
    • 21. Major: Aerospace Engineering
    • 22. Wish him a Happy Birthday when you see him this Wednesday!
  • A Matter of Perspective:
    Outside Opportunities for Engineers
    Tuesday, April 5th, 2011
  • 23. A Matter of Perspective
    Why is Perspective so Important?
    • Engineers specialize in problem solving
    • 24. Over 1.6M engineers in the US alone
    • 25. Not everyone speaks the language (laminar, transitional, or turbulent?)
    • 26. You may be missing the big picture
    • 27. In industry & life, interface with all sorts of people
    • 28. A new perspective is another tool in the toolbox
  • A Matter of Perspective
    So What You‘re Saying is....
    • Step outside your comfort zone
    • 29. UT has over 900 other student organizations
    • 30. Build your skills, build your strengths, discover a new passion
    • 31. You may be missing the big picture
    • 32. In industry & life, interface with all sorts of people
    • 33. A new perspective is another tool in the toolbox
  • Black Health Professionals Organization
    Purpose: The official purpose of the Black Health Professions Organization is to provide an atmosphere conducive to aiding minority undergraduates matriculate in a professional, health-related school. The organization is pre-professional and not social in its endeavors.
    Membership: Student, faculty, and staff at The University of Texas at Austin pursuing a health-related career.
    Functions: The Organization is mainly interested in visiting the various health science centers as well as inviting minority health professionals as speakers at our meetings. Our main objective is to provide current information on the process of entering a professional school.
    Current President: Lola Awodol (
  • 34.
  • 35.
  • 36.
  • 37. The Delta Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
    Founded January 15, 1908 @ Howard University
    First Black Greek Sorority
    The Delta Xi Chapter
    Chartered May 16, 1959 @ The University of Texas
    First Black Greek Organization at UT
    Coming Soon 
  • 38. 2010 South Central Regional Conference Awards
    Undergraduate Chapter of the Year Exemplary Connections AwardOutstanding Chapter Attendance
    2009-2010 Order of Omega Awards
    Outstanding Community Involvement
    Outstanding Campus Involvement
    Outstanding Cross-Council & Affiliate Collaboration
  • 39. ∙ Established: Fall 1902
    ∙ Purpose: To serve as the official voice of the student body at The University of Texas at Austin.
    ∙ Represent the student body to:
    - the administration of the University
    - the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System
    - the City of Austin
    - the Texas Legislature
    - the US Congress
    ∙ EVERYONE is already a members of SG
    ∙ Meetings: Tuesday, 7pm SAC Legislative Assembly Room
    ∙ Current President Natalie Butler (
  • 40.
  • 41. UMOJA
    Established: Spring 2000
    Purpose: Promote unity of African American women on the University of Texas at Austin campus.
    Membership:All women who are UT students, faculty, or staff members.
    Functions: UMOJA holds weekly meetings every Tuesday to discuss relevant topics to Black women. UMOJA also holds programs, both educational and social, throughout the academic school year that promote unity on campus.
    Current President : Ariel Taylor (
  • 42.
  • 43. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.
    Purpose: To serve the college and local community by doing service projects and performing social functions.
    Membership: Must be a registered as a second semester student at U.T. with a GPA of 2.5.
    Functions: PHD: Prevent High School Dropouts; Seed planning; Encourage East Austin minority students to push for excellence in their community, home, school and on the job; Provide scholarships to needy high school students.
    Current President: Brandon Scott (
  • 44.
  • 45. Innervisions Gospel Choir
    Purpose: To spread and minister the Gospel according to Jesus Christ; to reach out to our fellow man, by introducing to some and presenting to others that there is a reality in serving a true and living God.
    Membership: Registered UT students, strictly voluntary
    Functions: We minister on campus as well as throughout the city, state and nation. We traditionally culminate our year with a spring concert.
    Current President: Videllia Davis(
  • 46.
  • 47. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
    Purpose: Our purpose is to promote scholarship, brotherhood, fellowship and love for all mankind in a unified effort and therein render service to our community.
    Membership: UT Austin students who have at least a 2.5 GPA and a minimum of one completed semester may be considered for membership.
    Functions: Alpha Phi Alpha is a service-social fraternity whose campus and com- munity interests are aimed toward the advancement of all people of all races, backgrounds, and cultures.
    Current President: Harrison Fisher (
  • 48.
  • 49. African Student Association
    Purpose: To form link between African and non-African students on the UT campus To educate ourselves and others on developments on the African continent. To introduce people to the diverse African cultures and traditions.
    Membership: Students, faculty, and staff at The University of Texas at Austin.
    Functions: Host cultural functions, parties; give presentations to the UT community; orientate incoming African students, present speakers and African performers to the UT community.
    Current President: Raymond Tambe (
  • 50.
  • 51. Texas Gospel Fellowship (TGF)
    Bible Study Tuesdays at 7pm in
    UTC 4.122
    “Living sacrificially, Witnessing prayerfully…Through Love!” –Colossians 4:2-6
  • 52.
  • 53. But Don‘t Forget...
    The original...NSBE
    • Leadership opportunities
    • 54. Free Microsoft Software
    • 55. Travel to conferences
    • 56. Scholarships
    • 57. Major Myx
    • 58. Networking w/ Corporate Reps
    • 59. Make a difference in the community
    • 60. and more!
  • Please Welcome
    Mudassir Siddiqui,
    El Paso Energy
  • 61. NSBE Elections Part II
    VP Platform Presentation
    Benjamin Bamgbade
  • 62. Other Announcements?
  • 63. Thanks for Coming!
    Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 19th, 2011
    Don’t Forget about:
    Weekly Tutoring at Eastside High
    PNS Crawfish Boil
    PNS Basketball Social
    Apply for CEB Positions
    HYPE Conference
    Major Myx: Course Advising