Emeritus Dean Larry Andrews Named NCHC FellowPosted Nov. 19, 2012
Dr. Larry Andrews, emeritus dean of the Honors College, was recognized was recognized as a Fellow of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) at the 46th annual conference held November 14-18, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts.
NCHC Fellows are recognized for their commitment to Honors education. Nominations for this award are made each year from colleagues in the Honors community. The selection process is based upon aspects such as scholarly activities related to Honors, excellence in Honors teaching, and Honors leadership at the regional, state, or national level.
Andrews served as Dean of the Honors College at Kent State University from 1993 to 2007. He has been an active member of NCHC for many years and continues to serve on the publication board.
A Professor of English, Andrews taught Freshman Honors Colloquium for a number of years prior to becoming Dean. Under his leadership, the Kent State Honors College experiences tremendous growth. In response to this growth, the Honors College expanded its curricular offerings and scholarship opportunities to better serve the student population. Andrews was also instrumental in relocating the Honors College to the Stopher-Johnson Complex, a living-learning facility devoted solely to Honors students.
Andrews was recognized for his service, along with 12 other Honors colleagues, on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at a special recognition ceremony.
For more information about the NCHC Fellows, visit the NCHC website.