SCC Alumna Named 2011 "Nota Bene" Author

January 25, 2012

St. Charles Community College alumna Danielle Qualley, of St. Charles, was one of 16 Phi Theta Kappa members to be named a “Nota Bene” author. Her essay, “In the Face of Adversity,” was chosen from among 950 entries for publication in the 2011 edition of “Nota Bene,” the society’s honors anthology.

“Nota Bene” was founded in 1994 to showcase exceptional writing among community college students. Copies of “Nota Bene” are distributed to all community college libraries and to Phi Theta Kappa leaders.

Qualley received an Associate of Arts degree from SCC in 2011 and currently is studying psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She graduated from Francis Howell High School in 2009.

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of community colleges. View Phi Theta Kappa’s full news release:  

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