What are Special Interest Groups?

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are signature programs in NSBE chartered to link the Society with technology and policy and to promote technical excellence among NSBE graduate school students and technical professional members. SIGs provide a platform on which members engage in exploring and discussing particular areas of focus and interest. Although each SIG differs in structure, the services they provide are theoretically the same, including (but not limited to) presenting technical workshops, developing scientific products, establishing or joining technology task forces and industry forums, providing technical responses to issues affecting our communities, and keeping NSBE members up-to-date on industry-specific and policy trends. For more information about NSBE Special Interest Groups, please contact the chair of Special Projects for SIG Operations and Development:

Russell Marzette Jr. | rmarzette@nsbe.org

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