This year, eight outstanding members
received grants from the
LKS Educational Trust.
Lambda Kappa Sigma provides lifelong opportunities for women in pharmacy
through professional excellence and personal growth.
--LKS Mission Statement
Lambda Kappa Sigma was founded in 1913 at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy by librarian Ethel J. Heath (pictured at right) and eight female students (Annabel Carter Jones, Mary Connolly Livingston, Emma MacDonnell Cronin, Willette McKeever Cheever, Mary Durgin Loveland, Alice G. Coleman, Margaret M. Curran and Rosemond A. Guinn). Since its founding, LKS has initiated more than 24,000 members and has chartered 49 campus and 38 alumni chapters.
The Fraternity provides lifelong opportunities for women in pharmacy through professional achievements and personal growth. LKS provides a variety of educational programs with an emphasis placed on Women's Health Issues.
Lambda Kappa Sigma provides lifelong opportunities for women in pharmacy through professional excellence and personal growth. At the heart of our actions stands a strong sisterhood—fostering support and encouragement for every member to realize their potential and become the best they can be. We are sisters leading with integrity, inspiring excellence and making an impact on the future of pharmacy and our world.
Lambda Kappa Sigma affirms our core values of sisterhood, leadership, service, scholarship and integrity.
Esse Quam Videri: "To be, rather than seem to be."
The roots are alumni who provide a strong foundation. The stem represents current members who contribute the framework for new and continual growth. The blossoms are the new members who have been allowed to grow, develop and flourish from the support of the roots and stem. It is through their efforts that future generations of pharmacy leaders and visionaries find their way into the Lambda Kappa Sigma sisterhood!
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