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Frost, Linda, Ed.; Kay, Lisa W., Ed.; Poe, Rachael, Ed. – National Collegiate Honors Council, 2015
Honors administrators spend much of their time explaining and describing what honors is and does. When they talk about what honors looks like nationally, they should have answers to the following important questions: How pervasive is the model of separate honors facilities?; How pervasive are the legendary closets that honors programs have so…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, College Housing, Educational Facilities, Dormitories
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Stewart, Ashlyn – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Throughout the 1840s and '50s, localized and specialized periodicals serving specific regions, religions, pastimes, and vocations inundated the American magazine market (Lupfer 249). The vast majority of these publications were short-lived; Heather A. Haveman, a sociologist who in 2015 conducted a quantitative analysis of historical American…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Educational History, Publications, Publishing Industry
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Jacobs, Megan; Walsh-Dilley, Marygold – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
In "Thinking Critically, Acting Justly," Naomi Yavneh Klos suggests that the key questions for honors education and social justice are first "how to engage our highest-ability and most motivated students in questions of justice" and second "how honors can be a place of access, equity, and excellence in higher…
Descriptors: Empathy, Interdisciplinary Approach, Service Learning, Honors Curriculum
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Johnson, Melissa; Walther, Cheryl; Medley, Kelly J. – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Honors programs in higher education are designed to optimize high-achieving students' potential by addressing their particular academic and developmental needs and common characteristics. To better understand the needs of honors students, this study aims to describe the culture of advising high-achieving students through the lens of the academic…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Undergraduate Students
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Pampel, Robert J. – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Over the last few years, I have sat in the opening sessions of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) conference and felt equal parts concern and conviction. In 2015 and 2016, opening speakers enumerated the challenges and opportunities that confront honors educators in a rapidly changing higher education landscape. I sympathized with their…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Honors Curriculum, Church Related Colleges, Christianity
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Pedalono, Jordan; Frailing, Kelly – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Drug overdoses are the leading cause of death for Americans under fifty years of age, having surpassed deaths from guns, HIV, and even car crashes. Clearly driving this trend is prescription drug misuse, especially of opioids. Of the over 62,000 drug overdose deaths in 2016 alone, a full third resulted from the misuse of prescription opioids such…
Descriptors: Drug Abuse, College Students, Honors Curriculum, Stress Variables
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Voight, Lydia – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Naomi Yavneh Klos poses two questions for the NCHC community in her essay, "Thinking Critically, Acting Justly," which appears in this issue of JNCHC: (1) how honors pedagogy/curriculum can engage the highestability and most motivated students in questions of social justice; and (2) how the honors curriculum can serve as a place of…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Social Justice, Participatory Research, College Students
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Keller, Christopher – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Honors educators frequently engage in conversations about the decline of interest in and funding for the liberal arts and humanities. Larry Andrews's essay "The Humanities are Dead! Long Live the Humanities!" is one of several that contributes to a metanarrative about the liberal arts and humanities, playing out along the following…
Descriptors: Liberal Arts, Humanities, Honors Curriculum, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Jacobs, Rick R.; Griswold, Kaytlynn R.; Swigart, Kristen L.; Loviscky, Greg E.; Heinen, Rachel L. – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Honors graduates have much to learn when transitioning into their first position after college. For instance, workplaces have an entirely different culture and set of expectations from undergraduate honors classrooms. Furthermore, the skills they need to become successful employees or graduate students are different from those required of…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Employment Qualifications, Communication Skills, Work Environment
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Cargas, Sarita – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
In "Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives Care?," Neil Gross introduces research that suggests fifty to sixty percent of college professors are leftist or liberal, a much higher proportion than the seventeen percent of Americans in general. He posits the conservative fear that "bias" in higher education is a…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Honors Curriculum, Thinking Skills, Skill Development
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Badenhausen, Richard – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
In this article, the author asks members of the honors community to interrogate the way they narratively frame honors experiences so that these constructs are as inclusive as possible. Employing admissions practices that do not disadvantage students from underrepresented backgrounds is crucial, but also essential is that they do not…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Honors Curriculum, Educational Practices, Student Experience
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Mead, Angela D. – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
By expanding admissions processes to carefully consider students from first-generation and low-income backgrounds, honors programs and colleges not only increase the diversity of their programs and add richness and depth to their classes, but they also make a significant difference in the individual lives of the students who enroll. Recruiting…
Descriptors: College Admission, Student Recruitment, Honors Curriculum, Equal Education
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Klos, Naomi Yavneh – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
High-quality, experientially based education for high-ability and highly motivated students from diverse backgrounds is an academic mix that not only improves our institutions but can improve our world, globally and locally. Diversity is important as more than an abstract, theoretical concept. Honors education can play a powerful role in teaching…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Social Problems, Honors Curriculum, Higher Education
Anderson, Mark; Lyons, Karen; Weiner, Norman – National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014
This handbook is intended to help all those who design, administer, and implement honors thesis programs--honors directors, deans, staff, faculty, and advisors--evaluate their thesis programs, solve pressing problems, select more effective requirements or procedures, or introduce an entirely new thesis program. The authors' goal is to provide…
Descriptors: Theses, Honors Curriculum, Educational Benefits, Program Administration
Long, Ada, Ed. – National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014
City as Text™ (CAT) is one of the earliest structural forms of experiential learning created and practiced in the United States. This monograph explores the centrality of writing in the process of active learning, focusing primarily on the Faculty Institutes and Honors Semesters that foster CAT experiences. All manifestations of this pedagogical…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Writing (Composition), Active Learning, Teaching Methods
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