The NSLS Featured in the News
NSLS members across the country are actively working in being leaders who make a better world. You can find some of their stories covered in the news below.
Madison College National Society of Leadership and Success inducts 73 students in its inaugural class
Posted on: May/09/2017
At the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) Madison College Chapter Induction Ceremony, the feeling of pride among the inductees was impossible to miss. The student members were proud of what they had gained from the experience and all that they had accomplished. While for some, it was just an Induction Ceremony, for others it meant so much more. Members had gained unexpected benefits out of joining the NSLS...
A Total of 26 PCC Students Inducted into National Leadership Organization
Posted on: May/05/2017
PCC’s Sigma Alpha Pi chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) welcomed 26 new members to its ranks for completing the required elements of induction and community service. Five more students – Margaret Knight, Morgan Padgett, Danisha Rogers, Haley Stephenson and Grace Wise – will be inducted with National Engaged Leader Award honors.
Ivy Tech leadership society adds members
Posted on: May/04/2017
The Ivy Tech Community College Columbus chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success recently inducted 27 new members, including several from Jackson County. The induction of the new members brings the society’s total inducted membership to 150.
University News - Leadership society honors local students
Posted on: Apr/30/2017
The National Society of Leadership and Success, the largest leadership honor society in the nation, inducted 27 new members at Ivy Tech Community College Columbus at the end of April.
Six students inducted into leadership society
Posted on: Apr/27/2017
Six students at Isothermal Community College were inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success this week. The ceremony took place in the student center lobby on Tuesday, April 25.
Mussab Ali Becomes RU-N’s First Truman Scholar
Posted on: Apr/14/2017
Rutgers University – Newark Society Chapter Founder/President, Mussab Ali is only a junior and already making his mark on the world. As Rutgers University – Newark’s first Truman Scholar and the 10th from Rutgers University overall, he is one of just 62 nationally, chosen from a field of over 768 candidates nominated by 315 colleges and universities this year based on their leadership potential, academic and communications skills, and dedication to public service. It’s not the first time, though, that he has been a standout. "Mussab Ali is a standard bearer, a student leader who has so demonstrably put his mark on our university,” says Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor. “From starting and directing a campus chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, to serving on the Executive Board of the Muslim Student Association, he had been a positive community builder--a leader of future leaders among our incredibly diverse student body, listening acutely, drawing out perspectives from others, and shaping those around him. We couldn't be more proud of him.”
What is the NSLS?
Posted on: Apr/05/2017
For many college students, building leadership skills and qualities can be tough to learn. However, with The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), that has been made much easier! Many may be wondering, what is the NSLS? Well, it is one of the largest nationally recognized leadership honors society, where top students are nominated by their college and come together to identify and achieve their goals. The society’s mission is to build leaders that create a better world.
Mercer Debaters Finish Top Two in State for Third Consecutive Year
Posted on: Apr/03/2017
For the third consecutive year, Mercer University’s debate team has the top two speakers in the Georgia Parliamentary Debate Association (GPDA). Mercer University - Macon Society Chapter President, Kyle Bligen was awarded first-place speaker at this past weekend’s GPDA state competition in Valdosta, while fellow junior Jaz Buckley finished second. Mercer is the first institution to hold the top two individual speaker awards at the state level for three straight years.
Trevor Noah talks about importance of laughter at N.J. college
Posted on: Mar/30/2017
On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, Trevor Noah spoke at the New Jersey City University School of Business. Trevor Noah didn't have it easy as a kid. He remembers not being able to walk alongside his parents in public, living in small spaces, and his mother looking for ways to save money on food. There was one day, Noah said, he started eating caterpillars for dinner as a source of protein. "She didn't say 'times are tough so this is what we're eating,'" he recalled. "She was like 'aye you ever try to eat caterpillars?' I was like 'oh hell yeah, this is an experience, let's do this.'" It was that positive attitude, Noah told a packed room at New Jersey City University Tuesday night, that helped him rise to fame as host of The Daily Show.
Ivy Tech broadcasting Pulitzer Prize-winning author
Posted on: Mar/14/2017
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author will be featured tonight in an interactive broadcast event. Duhigg’s first book, “The Power of Habit,” spent more than 165 weeks on the New York Times bestseller lists and has been translated into 40 languages. His latest book, “Smarter Faster Better,” explains that how humans think can be as important as what they think. The event is sponsored by the Ivy Tech Community College chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success, which offers interactive broadcasts to help train students and others in goal setting.