Honors Case Study Challenge Awards

The Honors Case Study Challenge provides chapters with the opportunity to supplement their Honors in Action research based on the current Honors Study Topic (To the Seventh Generation: Inheritance and Legacy) with the use of newspapers of varying viewpoints. The Challenge also provides members an enhanced learning experience through the use of newspapers, print or online, and encourages them to stay abreast of current events.

Individual members or chapters may enter the competition. The four award-winning entries received a $500 scholarship award.

Award Recipients

“Impact of a Career in the Vocational Trades on the Community, Economy, and Gender Integration”
Alpha Tau Rho Chapter

Coastal Carolina Community College
Jacksonville, North Carolina

“Life and Death”
Angelina Bonilla

Santa Fe College
Gainesville, Florida

“Building a New Reality: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Constructed Environments”
Jason Durgala

Cape Fear Community College
Wilmington, North Carolina

“Empty Pedestals: Life After Monuments”
William Tucker

Beta Sigma Phi Chapter
Central Carolina Community College
Sanford, North Carolina

Honorable Mention

“The Healing Potential of Juvenile Justice”
Tyler Allen

Alpha Gamma Tau Chapter
Northland Pioneer College
Show Low, Arizona

“Stress Test: Strive to Minimize Educational Disparity”
Alpha Iota Nu Chapter

Norwalk Community College
Norwalk, Connecticut

“Reopening Schools During COVID-19”
Beta Zeta Nu Chapter

Cañada College
Redwood City, California

“Race, Conviction Rates, and the Struggle for Exoneration”
Kayla Kuni

Hillsborough Community College
Ybor City, Florida