About Lambda Kappa Sigma

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Lambda Kappa Sigma, also known as LKS, is an international professional pharmacy fraternity open to undergraduate and graduate pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists. Since its establishment in 1913, LKS has grown to more than 22,000 members, with 44 campus chapters and 36 alumni groups chartered internationally.

The mission of Lambda Kappa Sigma is to promote the profession of pharmacy among women and advance women within the profession by developing its members as individuals and leaders through the support of fellow members while encouraging a high standard of professional ethics and scholarship.

Throughout the year, LKS members contribute to philanthropic organizations and participate in charity events.  Our primary philanthropic cause is Project HOPE, which centers its programs in four areas: health education and training, humanitarian aid, primary health care, and health systems development. Lambda Kappa Sigma has supported Project HOPE for over 40 years.

About Pi Chapter

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Pi Chapter was founded on May 9, 1930 at Rutgers University. On campus, members take part in various community service and professional projects by interacting with students on Rutgers Campus and the surrounding community. The support and camaraderie among our members promote personal growth and cultivate valuable leadership skills that allow individuals to advance in the profession of pharmacy.