Mississippi State University
Allyra Williams - President
Britney Steel - Vice President
Tyler Henderson - Secretary
Khristen Buckley - Treasurer
Ranarios Hancock - VP Community Service
Courtney Love and Shanice Skinner - VP Public Relations
Kristina Magness and Alexcia Ennis - Historian
The Mississippi State University Chapter is currently seeking additional officers for this academic year. If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please see the Leadership Opportunity information below or fill out the contact form and select 'Leadership Opportunities' as your inquiry.
The most engaging and active leadership roles are filling the role of a Chapter officer. This is an opportunity to develop hands on experience in communication, project planning & execution, team building, and time management. Elections occur once per year, typically in early spring. Click here to read a brief description of each officer position.
Scholarships and Awards
Scholarships and Awards range from $100 to $5000 and are available for both undergraduate members as well as members furthering their academic endeavors through post-graduate study. Applications are available at the beginning of April each year and are due to the Scholarship Committee by the end of May. For more information, please view the Scholarship page.
Tassels, Honor Cords & Honor Stoles are available from the SAL Store.
Scholarship and Award Recipients from this Chapter
Mallory Miller - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2010
Samantha Harrison - New Member Award, 2010
Brittany Dong - Path to Excellence Award, 2010
Zelma L. Talley - New Member Award & Path to Excellence Award, 2009
Salvation Army Volunteering
Sigma Alpha Lambda members at Mississippi State University had a great turnout for their Salvation Army volunteer event. They broke up into two groups, with one working outside and the other inside. (more…)
One Million Bones Project
At their first meeting of the semester, the Mississippi State University Chapter took time to participate in the One Million Bones Project as a group. According to their website, One Million Bones is “a large-scale social arts practice, which means we use education and hands-on artmaking to raise awareness of genocides and atrocities going on around the world, this very day.” They plan to collect 1,000,000 handmade bones to be installed in the National Mall in Washington, D.C., this June. (more…)
The Mississippi State University Chapter held a “Lunch and Bowl” social event for the members to spend time together as a way of finishing up the semester. The members met at Bulldog Lanes to enjoy lunch and have a fun time bowling. (more…)
This Fall, many SAL Chapters took advantage of their campus or community’s Halloween events as a way to do something for the kids in their community. The Mississippi State University Chapter participated in a carnival that was held on campus for the kids in Starkville. (more…)