Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Deborah Sell Craig [1951-2013]

Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Deborah Sell Craig [1951-2013]

Article excerpt

With this issue we honor Deborah Sell Craig, longtime staff member at the Kent State University Honors College, who passed away in July surrounded by her family.

Deborah received her BA in political science from Wittenberg and followed it with two master's degrees (political science and education) and a PhD in educational evaluation and measurement from Kent State University. Her 1987 dissertation, "Predicting Success in an Honors Program: A Comparative Multiple and Ridge Regression," was an early example of honors research. Her 1981 annotated bibliography of "The Honors Movement in the United States" in Forum for Honors and her subsequent two-part article in the same journal shed significant light on honors history.

Deb joined the staff of the honors college in 1976 as a graduate assistant, serving as an advisor and soon as a research assistant just in time to help Kent State host the NCHC annual conference in 1978. She attended national NCHC conferences over the next three decades and often gave sessions, Idea Exchange presentations, and advice in the Consultants Center. Later she was elected to the Board of Directors and served as member and co-chair of the Research Committee. …

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