Lambda Kappa Sigma is an international professional pharmacy fraternity whose mission 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.
President: Edward Lee
Vice President: Sylvia Ou
Treasurer: Kate Zarudna
Internal Secretary: Charles Pang
External Secretary: Izumi Hamada
Social Chair: Andy Tsang
Membership Coordinator: Ngan Nguyen
Service Chair: Hui Hong Lu
Fundraising Chair: Xin Ying Zheng
Historian: Jerrica Tang
IT Chair: Alex Yu
Faculty Advisor: Irene Reilly
Lambda Kappa Sigma convention 2018
LKS Convention for the year of 2018, was held in our very own city of Buffalo, NY. Sisters from around the country flocked to Adam’s Mark Hotel as we celebrated 4 amazing days of sisterhood. The members of Alpha Theta served as one of the host chapters for this convention. Members helped out with registration and stamp cards, while also creating bonds with chapters from across the country. It was so much fun and personally speaking, it was such an educational and rewarding experience. Next year, convention will be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin! Here’s to creating more memories!
LKS: Spring into health 2018
LKS hosted the annual "Spring into Health" wellness clinic/health fair at Weinberg Campus to help educate about various medical conditions ranging from heart disease to bone density. A huge thank you to APhA, SNPhA, Hempling Fund, CPFI, Rho Chi, UB PT, UB OT, SSHP, and CPNP for participating in this huge health fair. And a bigger thanks to our preceptors Dr. Brody, Dr. Wahler, Dr. Russak, and Dr. Reilly!
GAME Night at Axis 360
Game Night was one of the newer events that the Social Committee proposed for the spring semester. Amidst the busy final weeks of the semester, the Alpha Theta chapter hosted Game Night at an apartment complex called Axis360, through the recommendation of one of our fellow sisters. Members brought along board games like Risk and Settlers of Catan, while the venue provided billiards and ping pong tables for our entertainment. Some sisters decided to play a rousing game of Mafia where friendships were placed on the line as the “townspeople” had to come together to figure out who the Mafia members were. Afterwards, sisters played a card game where members voted on who was “Most Likely to...”, allowing us to get to know one another on a deeper level while sharing embarrassing and funny stories of one another. Refreshments, chips, and pizza were provided, creating an atmosphere almost akin to a giant sleepover.