Congratulations to Dr. Earl Ramsey, who has just retired as Director of the prestigious Donaghey Scholars Program at the University of Arkansas, on becoming the first Regional Director of the Great Plains Honors Council. The creation of this position, and support for Dr. Ramsey, came in a series of unanimous votes in the Executive Committee and among the members of the Great Plains Honors Council.
2014 Boe Award winners
From Left: Kayleah Cumpian, Northeast Texas Community College, “Wright Patman: Twentieth-Century Populist”; Jessie Selph, Lee College, “The Female Proletariat: Marxism in Moulin Rouge”; Analiese Smith, Tarrant County College District, “Lethal Weaponry: Examining the Development and Use of Chemical Warfare”;
Janet B. Flores, Lone Star College – North Harris, "Surveying Mueschke Cemetery: A Community Preservation Project Led by Applied Geomatics”; Rachel J. Long, Oral Roberts University, “Low Level Energy Laser Therapy and Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy”; Sean Daniel Motl, Angelo State University, “Memorials Without Memories”
GPHC Lifetime Members who received Awards of Recognition at the 2013 conference, from left: Dr. Robert Spurrier, Oklahoma State University; John Britt, Lee College; Dr. Gary Bell, Texas Tech University; David Lawless, Tulsa Community College; Dr. Virginia McCombs, Oklahoma City University; Dr. Chris Willerton, Abilene Christian University; Dr. Earl Ramsey, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.