In February 2015, the Wolfpack lost one of its own, Razan Abu-Salha. The loss of such a young light and advocate for charities such as the Global Deaf Muslim shook the community. Her dedication to …read more.
Jonique Lyles, Political Science major, has held leadership positions in seven student organizations, nine internships, while maintaining a high level of community service involvement. Her collegiate involvement journey has fueled her passion for service and leadership, resulting in …read more.
The application period for Leader of the Pack 2016 has officially opened. Presented by the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service; the Leader of the Pack program was established to recognize NC State …read more.
CSLEPS, in partnership with Stop Hunger Now, hosted the annual Service NC State Meal Packaging Event Friday. Wolfpack students, faculty, staff and community members work together in the interactive service event to pack meals to …read more.
NC State senior Brian Iezzi has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities with a shared commitment to community engagement. Iezzi is a …read more.
Mikayla Raleigh was named the 2015-16 Leader of the Pack at halftime of Saturday’s Homecoming game. The Leader of the Pack Program, which awards a $2,000 scholarship to one NC State student each year, recognizes members …read more.
Each year, NC State awards Visionary Leader Certificates to students who have completed a comprehensive series of leadership development workshops within CSLEPS. Students are given up to two academic years to achieve the VLC, which …read more.