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Queens Students Help Build McCreesh Community

Queens Students Help Build McCreesh Community Read More

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Forty Organizations Attend Non-Profit Volunteer and Internship Fair

Forty Organizations Attend Non-Profit Volunteer and Internship Fair  Read More

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Sally Van Cleve '17 Receives Community Impact Award

Sally Van Cleve '17 Receives Community Impact Award Read More

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Students Embrace Community Service to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

Queens staff and students provided an array of community service acts on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Read More

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Center for Active Citizenship Featured in Service and Social Entrepreneurship-Focused Magazine

To most college students, summer vacation means trying new things and having a great time. Interns at Queens University of Charlotte's Summer in Service (SIS) program are no exception... Read More

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Queens Collegiate 100 Acknowledged As Best Chapter in U.S.

Mentoring and Community Volunteerism Set Queens' Collegiate 100 Group Above Others Read More

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Davis and Gatterdam Awarded for Philanthropy

Davis was recognized as the year's Outstanding Fundraising Executive, an award for leadership encompasses integrity, talent and dedication in fundraising. Davis has raised over $125 million for Queens. Alumna Kate Gatterdam received the award for Outstanding Student Philanthropist. Read More

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Students Raise Nearly $20,000 for St. Jude Up 'til Dawn

Our students were able to raise nearly $20,000 leading up to and throughout the third annual St. Jude "Up 'til Dawn" event this spring. Read More

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Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards in Service Named at Commencement

This year, Margaret Nelson '17 was named the student award recipient. Nelson served as a member of the Student Government Association, a Royal Ambassador and Pi Sigma Alpha, the Political Science Honor Society, for which she served as president. She was also name the Outstanding Royal Ambassador for 2016-17. She received the North Carolina Campus Compact Student Election Engagement Fellowship from March-December 2016. During this period, she transformed voter registration and information initiatives at Queens.  Read More

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Dr. Judy Schindler Named Champion of Diversity

Dr. Schindler has been an advocate of promoting peace, and she works tirelessly to educate populations on the Holocaust, racial justice and interfaith acceptance. She has worked alongside students and community leaders to host dialogues on timely issues such as race, religious freedom, and immigration. She was named Rabbi Emerita of Temple Beth El after serving as senior rabbi from 2003-2016 and as associate rabbi from 1998-2003. Through engagement with students, community members, and temple goers, Dr. Schindler has impacted hundreds of lives. Dr. Schindler and other award winners from other philanthropic categories will participate in a luncheon on National Philanthropy Day on November 15. Read More

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