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