The Carnegie Mellon Chapter of the National Society of Black Egnineers is a chapter that strives to uphold the mission of the organization by providing members with the tools to succeed during and after college.
By organizing activities that bring Carnegie Mellon's African-American technical students together, we aim to enrich and diversify the campus community.
Originally charted in 1980 at the National Conference in San Jose,CA, CMU|NSBE commenced under the direction of Aaron Johnson, the chapter's first President.
With the support of his Vice President, Eric A. Cheek, and Secretary, Karen Steiner, CMU|NSBE embarked on what would
become over a 30 year legacy.