Banquet Luncheon and Awards Presentation

At our national conference in January, NAS presented awards to outstanding individuals who contributed to the defense of academic freedom, intellectual culture, and education reform. This year's recipients were Carol Iannone, Bruce Cole, Victor Davis Hanson, and Ward Connerly.

Barry R. Gross Memorial Award to Carol Iannone,
Editor-at-Large, Academic Questions, NAS

NAS Award for Service to the Humanities to Bruce Cole,
Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities

Peter Shaw Memorial Award to Victor Davis Hanson,
Fellow, Hoover Institution

Sidney Hook Memorial Award to Ward Connerly,
Chairman, American Civil Rights Institute

Barry R. Gross Memorial Award to Carol Iannone

NAS Award for Service to the Humanities to Bruce Cole, Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities

Peter Shaw Memorial Award to Victor Davis Hanson, Fellow, Hoover Institution

Sidney Hook Memorial Award to Ward Connerly, Chairman, American Civil Rights Institute

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