Law Inducted as Fellow of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Distinguished Professor Mark Law was recently informed that he is a member of the 2023 class of Fellows of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC). This distinction celebrates his many contributions to honors teaching, learning, scholarship, and leadership within the higher education community. Dr. Law was the director of the University of Florida Honors Program from 2014 to 2022.

After he heard from the NCHC, Dr. Law had this to say:

“I’m honored to be recognized as a NCHC Fellow. I also love puns. The best thing about my time in honors is the connections I made with students and keeping in touch with many of them as they transitioned to careers and grad schools. Knowing I had an impact on so many young scholars is very rewarding. Although I can no longer call honors my home, I’m happy to be recognized by a national organization truly devoted to the education of our kids.”

Colleagues inducted as NCHC Fellows are selected by rigorous peer review after careful consideration of state, regional, and national honors leadership; generous participation in honors conferences; scholarly contributions to honors education; involvement in local and national honors professional development activities; evidence of outstanding honors teaching; consulting and other services to improve honors programming at varied institutions; and other important considerations that helped to single out individuals who have made a significant difference in the reputation and influence of NCHC and honors education on all of our campuses.