Kellogg School of Management:
- Continue to build the presence of Black students and faculty in the Kellogg community
-Ensure the success of our members, both academically and professionally
-Provide support and resources for our members beyond their years at Kellogg
- Engage the broader Kellogg community in the BMA
Northwestern University's premier Black Student Alliance. FMO serves to encourage political, social, cultural and intellectual unity and growth first and foremost within Northwestern University's Black community, but also within the broader Northwestern community as well. FMO is the representative and political voice of Northwestern University's Black undergraduate student body.
NU Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists is an organization of students seeking to provide quality programs and services to aspiring black journalists. The organization serves to strengthen the ties among black journalists and the entire journalism community, expand job opportunties, encourage media fairness and encourage youth to consider careers in journalism.
NSBE is a group dedicated to
- increasing the number of undergraduate and graduate minority students in engineering
-stimulating and developing student interest in the various fields of engineering
- encouraging members to seek advanced degrees in engineering
- promoting public awareness of the opportunities available to minorities in engineering
- function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of black engineers
Northwestern University Minority Premedical Society. Serves students by providing valuable information that premedical students need, prior to attending medical school, through meetings, workshops, events, etc.
From managing a Cadillac Escalade plant in Texas to heading up global manufacturing and labor relations, Alicia Boler Davis has skyrocketed into the top ranks of General Motors’ leadership. by Shiraz Ahmed, Winter 2016
Captivated by Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Weinberg College freshman Luke Peterson pens an original blues composition that underscores literature’s power to ignite creativity. By Daniel P. Smith | April 14, 2016
The irony, it seems, is that the best hope we have of creating an inclusive community is to first create spaces where members of each group feel safe. By Morton Schapiro. January 19, 2016 [Washington Post on January 15, 2016.]
Social media has changed the conversation about racial violence in the United States, but professor Kevin Boyle says it will take more than talk and viral videos to deal with the nation’s history of segregation and inequality. by Sean Hargadon. Northwestern magazine, Winter 2015