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    The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 32.04: Winter 2023

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    News from Hope College, Volume 55.2: Winter 2023

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    Accountability as a Key Virtue in Mental Health and Human Flourishing

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    We propose that accountability plays an implicit, important, and relatively unexamined role in psychiatry. People generally think of accountability as a relation in which one party is held accountable by another. In this paper, we examine accountability as a virtue, drawing on philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology to examine what it means to welcome being accountable in an excellent way that promotes flourishing. When people manifest accountability as a virtue, they are both responsive to others they owe a response, and they are responsible for their attitudes and actions in light of these relationships. Psychiatric treatment often aims to correct disordered forms of accountability, including difficulties with empathy and self-regulation. Both the process of treatment and the practice of professionalism depend on relationally responsible accountability. We examine accountability as an overlooked complement to healthy autonomy. Whereas acting autonomously in congruence with one’s values is characteristic of mental health, accountability that is interpersonally responsive and responsible is vital to successful treatment as well as professionalism in psychiatry. We review components of accountability and developmental aspects of the virtue; highlight the role of accountability in healthy functioning; and describe implications for psychiatric assessment, treatment, and professionalism. We aim to catalyze awareness of accountability as intrinsic to mental health care and human flourishing

    H21-1292.10. Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Records, 2010. 0.25 linear ft.

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    The Carnegie Classification has been the leading framework for recognizing and describing institutional diversity in U.S. higher education for decades. Starting in 1970, the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education developed a classification of colleges and universities to support its program of research and policy analysis. Derived from empirical data on colleges and universities, the Carnegie Classification was originally published in 1973, and subsequently updated in 1976, 1987, 1994, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015 and 2018 to reflect changes among colleges and universities. This framework has been widely used in the study of higher education, both as a way to represent and control for institutional differences, and also in the design of research studies to ensure adequate representation of sampled institutions, students, or faculty. The collection includes materials concerning the 2010 application for the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education

    H88-0322.50. Student-Athlete Handbook. 1982. 1 folder.

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    Created to familiarize the Hope College student-athlete with most of the policies, rules, and regulations within the athletic program. (S

    H88-0318.50. Hope College Employee Handbook. 1976, 1993. 0.25 linear ft.

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    Handbook detailing employment information useful to Hope College employees

    H88-0359. Student Conduct Committee. Records, 1945-1975 (incomplete). 2 folders.

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    Minutes and clippings (Formerly: Student Direction Committee; Student Life Committee). (File

    H20-2040.10. COVID-19 Pandemic. Records, 2020-[ongoing]. 1 folder.

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    The collection includes posters and flyers posted throughout the Hope College campus during the COVID-19 pandemic starting in March 2020, as well as email communications to the campus community. Webpages saved during this period are available through the internet archives at https://web.archive.org/web/20220122061655/https://hope.edu/. (Oversized C

    H88-0358. Student Communications Media Committee. Records, 1953-[ongoing]. 0.25 linear ft.

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    Minutes and clippings (formerly: Publications Board; Communications Board)

    H18-1996. Orr Family. Papers, 1905-1993. 3.00 linear ft.

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    Sailor, 1907-1919; United States Coast Guard, 1917-1918 and 1942. Collection includes photographs, correspondence, clippings, reports, and currency relating to Harry L. Orr’s time as a sailor, service in the World Wars, and family business. Also contains records and correspondence of Orr family concerning the tug boat Leona G., as well as personal memorabilia from Harry’s military service

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