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 2020/2021 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

“Anti-Discriminatory or Authoritarian? How House Bill 324 and Critical Race Theory Illustrate Issues Over the Ownership of Truth in Education”
Beta Lambda Alpha Chapter

Montgomery College – Rockville Campus
Rockville, Maryland

“Reparations and Equity Amidst a Global Pandemic”
Oliver Kipp

Alpha Gamma Pi Chapter
Austin Community College
Austin, Texas

“The Impact of Inclusive Hands-On Learning”
Alpha Chi Nu Chapter

Southern Maine Community College
South Portland, Maine

“Polarized America: The Diverse Views of the January 6th Incident”
Beta Nu Eta Chapter

Citrus College – Glendora
Glendora, California

Honorable Mentions

“The Legacy of the Game: Inclusion for All”
Jordan Harris

Alpha Beta Omega Chapter
Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown Campus
Middletown, Virginia

“Global Inequality of COVID Vaccinations”
Lindsay Webb

Alpha Mu Rho Chapter
Forsyth Technical Community College
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

“Declining Enrollment at Two-Year Colleges”
Alpha Omicron Epsilon Chapter

Georgia Military College, Milledgeville Campus
Milledgeville, Georgia

“How Constructed Environments Effect the Natural Structure
of the Indian River Lagoon”

Lambda Chi Chapter

Eastern Florida State College, Cocoa Campus
Cocoa, Florida