History In 1998, The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service (CSLEPS) was created by reorganizing existing leadership and service functions into one center that offers a comprehensive program in leadership development, ethics training,
The Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards highlights the most outstanding faculty member, staff member, student, student organization, and college or division for contributions in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion. “This award means the work
“I think the best way to learn from people is to first learn from your peers and their real experiences, real things that have happened to them,” said Luke Shealy, the co-host of Leadership Unpacked,
Jena Phillips, a Leaders for Change intern at the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service, will be hosting a two-part series titled, “1 in 3: Mass Incarceration in the Land of the Free.”
The Leader of the Pack announcement is shrouded in secrecy. A recipient is selected by the Wednesday of Red and White Week and finalists eagerly anticipate the reveal the following Saturday at the annual homecoming
N.C. State University and the Center for Student Engagement, Ethics, & Public Service’s Leaders for Change have launched a visual campaign to help eliminate culturally appropriative Halloween costumes. The “We’re a Culture, Not a
We are sharing reminders about what to do when disaster strikes our community – whether locally, nationally, or globally.
On Thursday, April 20th 5:45pm the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service is excited to present a panel discussion and interactive program with community activists and policy makers as part of our Engaged