National Collegiate Honors Council



Date of this Version

Spring 2022


Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 23, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2022

ISBN: 978-1-945001-16-1

ISSN 1559-0151


© Copyright 2022 by the National Collegiate Honors Council


Forum Essays on “The Value of Honors to its Graduates”: Authors: Paul Ewing, University of Toledo; Andy Walker, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Laura Barrett, LIU Brooklyn; John Major, Ohio State University; Teri Grieb, Columbia College, South Carolina; James A. Keller, University of Delaware; LLeweLLyn Cooper, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Ayesha Ahmed, Northeastern Illinois University; Mary Beth Messner, Youngstown State University; Eric W. Miller, West Virginia University; Sara McCane-Bowling, Eastern Kentucky University; Michelle Panuccio, Youngstown State University; Lia M. Shore, Georgia Perimeter College, Dunwoody; Jennifer N. Dulin, Texas A&M University; Pepper Hayes, Westminster College; Merry Benner Chiu, Adelphi University; Kathryn M. MacDonald, College of New Rochelle; Corey D. Clawson, Utah State University; Jamie Beason, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Joshua and Brandi Mulanax, Rogers State University; Taylor C. Bybee, Utah State University; Mark Donovan, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Colin Christensen, Emory & Henry College; Heather Ness-Maddox, Middle Georgia State University; Claire Guthrie Stasiewicz, University of New Mexico; Seth Blanton, Rogers State University; Ashley Gerstle (née Offenback), Penn State University; Mary Anne Matos, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS; Eli Pemberton, Monroe College; Jonna Nunez, Community College of Baltimore County; Tambria Schroeder, SUNY Brockport; Christopher Kotschevar and Nicholas Arens, South Dakota State University; Sean Collier, Emory & Henry College; Grace Anne Cunningham, Texas A&M University; Emma Labovitz, Appalachian State University; Chloe Salome Margulis, LIU Post; Autumn Barszczowski, Point Park University; Angeline Best, University of Iowa; Samantha Bronow, Oklahoma City University; Emily McAndrew, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Joseph Gazing Wolf, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Samantha Koprowski, William Paterson University; Quimby Wechter, University of Hartford; Daphne Watson, Northeastern Illinois University.

Portz-Prize-Winning Essay, 2021: Refusing Erasure: Nugent, Fire!!, and the Legacies of Queer Harlem Samantha King-Shaw

Research Essays

“Best of Both Worlds”: Alumni Perspectives on Honors and the Liberal Arts Angela King Taylor, Kelsey Daniels, and Molly Knowlton

Dutch Honors Alumni Looking Back on the Impact of Honors on their Personal and Professional Development Arie Kool, Elanor Kamans, and Marca V. C. Wolfensberger

Perfectionism and Honors Students: Cautious Good News • Jennifer S. Feenstra