Carnegie Mellon University

Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement (SLICE)

SLICE is excited to provide and support opportunities where undergraduate and graduate students can explore, connect and engage with one another to create a set of experiences that match your unique interests and talents. Whether it is exploring Pittsburgh, developing your leadership potential, joining an organization, or making positive change in the community around you, there are boundless opportunities to explore your passions and find out what is right for you!

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William Clark

Student Spotlight on William Clark (Tepper '19)

Organization Involvement: Greek Life, Varsity Football

I am currently serving as President of my fraternity where I work closely with the SLICE office and other leaders on campus. My memberships on campus include the varsity football team, the Tartan Student Fund, the Investment Banking Academy, and the Black-Latino Business Association. In the past I have served as an upperclass residential assistant for 39 students living in CMU housing.
Oulkita Dua

Student Spotlight on Pulkita Dua (CIT '18)

Organization Involvement: Greek Life, Dancer's Symposium

I am a senior Electrical and Computer Engineering major. In the past, I have been a Public Relations Officer for Bhangra in the Burgh, a CIT Senator, and served on the First-Year Advisory Board for CIT Students. I have also been  an orientation leader and was involved in Proud to be Plaid – an award winning student-led initiative to increase student philanthropy. More recently, I have been involved in Dancers Symposium and held leadership positions within Delta Gamma. Currently, I am heavily involved in student government.
Maitreyee Joshi

Student Spotlight on Maitreyee Joshi (SCS '18)

Organization Involvement: Greek Life, Student Senate

I am a senior studying Computer Science, with minors in Drama and International Relations & Politics. Drawn in by the allure of improving the CMU student experience, I joined the Student Senate in my sophomore year and currently serve as its Chair. Aside from Senate, I am involved in Greek Life, Club Soccer, Mock Trial, UNICEF, and the SCS Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Council. I am also working on a thesis that involves building retinal prosthetics to restore sight to the blind.