Academic journal article Honors in Practice

Dedication

Academic journal article Honors in Practice

Dedication

Article excerpt

With pride and gratitude, we dedicate this inaugural issue of Honors in Practice to one of the central figures in the history of honors education. Dr. C. Grey Austin was a founding member of the National Collegiate Honors Council (1966-93) and is an honorary lifetime member. Having worked for eleven years at the University of Michigan, where he got his Ph.D., he became Assistant Dean and Honors Director in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences at The Ohio State University in 1966, becoming University Honors Director in 1974. He was awarded emeritus status in 1988 and now lives with his wife, Barbara, in a retirement village in Central Ohio, where--no surprise--he is editor of The Villager. He also has a web site for his "Theological Musings" at http:www.otterbein.edu/dept/RELG/greymuse/greymenu.html.

In the NCHC, Grey was Executive Secretary-Treasurer (1973-78), President (1980-81), and Editor of the National Honors Report (1985-93). Honors in Practice (HIP) is a descendant of the National Honors Report (NHR), and Grey Austin is a patriarch in its family tree. …

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