2009 Beneficiaries of Work by the National Association of Scholars

National Association of Scholars

In 2009, 3,250 individuals received our quarterly journal Academic Questions.  (Not including library subscriptions and individuals accessing individual articles online.  According to our publisher, that figure was about 200,000.)

In 2009, more than forty scholars in the U.S. and Canada contributed articles to Academic Questions.

In 2009, our website, NAS.org logged 250,000 unique visitors. We published nearly 350 articles on our website.

Our website included guest articles by 35 unique contributors (many more than once).  Does not include full-time NAS staff.

We launched a new blog, www.nasblog.org, (in addition to the website) in September 2009 for which we have 17 regular contributors.

Professor Harold Stone of Shimer College - Fraser Baron Fellowship winner

Dr. Victor Davis Hanson - 2009 Barry Gross laureate

Dr. Carol Iannone - 2009 Peter Shaw laureate

Mr. Ward Connerly - 2009 Sidney Hook laureate

Dr. Bruce Cole - Former NEH Chairman - 2009 Special distinguished service award

University of Colorado Western Civilization Center - Dr. Balch serves on its board

The Academy on Capitalism and Limited Government Foundation of the University of Illinois - Dr. Balch serves on its board

The Alexander Hamilton Institute of Hamilton College - Dr. Balch serves on its board

The American Council of Trustees and Alumni - Dr. Balch serves on its board

The American Conservative Union Foundation/Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Jeane Jackson Kirkpatrick Award Committee - Dr. Balch serves on its board

Yorktown University - Dr. Wood serves on its board

New Jersey State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission - Dr. Wood serves on its board

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