On March 20, Dr. Wallace and seven students left NKU's campus (at the ungodly hour of 6:30 a.m.) to attend the National Association for Humanities Education Conference in Provo, Utah. There they presented a group paper about their class, Melville and the Arts, entitled "Pursuing MOBY-DICK in the Classroom, in the Museum, Back in the Classroom, and Beyond." For a fuller account of that weekend, read Dr. Wallace's version of the event.
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Some quotes from the Utah logs....
"I'm so flattered by the response we got from everyone. I really didn't expect that much appreciation." --LH
"I guess that it is good for those in higher education to hear from students once in a while; this had never dawned on me before." --KS
"It was very uplifting to hear the congratulatory accolades." --MG
"Presenting our class and feeling proud and competent in an intellectual setting left me with a unique confidence." --GB
"Our trip to the canyon was beautiful. The steep rocks that we climbed, the caves we found, the trail we walked. . . . This was the perfect setting to get to know your friends." --RK
"I still can't believe that out of a group of honors students I was the only one who thought to bring water on a three-hour mountain hike." --WRF
"After our session was over, all those in attendance continually approached us to express their interest, enthusiasm, and thanks." --RK
"I couldn't believe how everyone responded to us. It made the social functions fun, to be a recognized part of the conference." --GB