This series brings together NSHSS members, Ambassadors, Collegiate Council, and Fellows from around the world to chat about their academic lives. passions, talents, and overall experience.
NSHSS Ambassadors discuss NSHSS benefits and what new members need to know when they join the society to maximize their membership.
NSHSS Ambassadors discuss what Ambassadorship means to them and give their advice about how other students can succeed in their NSHSS Ambassador role!
In honor of National Volunteer Month, NSHSS Ambassadors discuss the impact that volunteering has made on them and their communities.
NSHSS Ambassadors discuss what makes NSHSS worth it, how to get involved and stay involved in the society and the unexpected benefits of joining the NSHSS community.
This is part two of "What it Means to be an Ambassador" in which Hannah and Tyler discuss how NSHSS members can be successful as they step into the Ambassador role!
This is a part two episode of NSHSS Global Student Voices Series focusing on student-athletes. NSHSS Ambassadors chat about the struggles and triumphs they experience while balancing sports and academics.
This episode of NSHSS Global Student Voices Series focuses on student-athletes. and members discuss the current challenges they face with COVID-19 as a student-athlete, as well as their proudest achievements, benefits of being a student-athlete, and their own interpretation of the difference between playing a sport and truly being an “athlete.”
In this fourth episode of the NSHSS Global Student Voices series, Executive Vice-President of the Greyson Hoye, and Vice President of Special Events on the Kolby Keo, discuss a series of questions highlighting the overarching NSHSS membership experience on a global scale. The gentlemen also discuss their current involvement in international diplomacy and public services and the impact and value it's had on their personal, academic, and professional experiences.
In this episode, two NSHSSSydney and Chloe. share their experience with music, how it influences their academics, and both perform a song. Sydney performed a song by one of his favorite musicians, Ed Sheeran and Chloe played a ragtime piece!
In this inspiring edition of NSHSS Global Student Voices Series, four female NSHSS Ambassadors and Collegiate Council members discuss the nonprofit organizations that they have each individually started based on their own interests and initiative.
They mention current and future plans for the organizations and some challenges they have encountered, closing with advice they have for students who would also like to start their own initiatives or community participation.
NSHSS Student Council, Collegiate Council Executive Board, and Ambassadors discuss their current work in STEM, obstacles they’ve overcome, and predictions for the future. Student Council Executive Co-Vice President of Scholarship Development, Rishi (Johns Hopkins University) was our moderator for this episode.