National Collegiate Honors Council

 

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2005

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© Copyright 2005 by the National Collegiate Honors Council

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CONTENTS
Editorial Policy
Submission Guidelines
Dedication to Grey Austin
Editor’s Introduction Ada Long

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
Keeping Honors Information Current Joan Digby and Tracey Christy
Tenure and Promotion in Honors Rosalie Otero
We Know They’re Smart, but Have They Learned Anything?: Strategies for Assessing Learning in Honors Steffen Pope Wilson and Rose M. Perrine
Funding Needs Through Student Government Resources Geoffrey Orth

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
On the Benefits of Teaching Honors Alexander Werth
Contracting in Honors Kambra Bolch
Reviving an Honors Program with Specialized Sequence Tracks Sharon Carrish
Honors Courses: More Difficult or Different? Jim Lacey
Transferring a Course Developed for Honors Students to Non-Major Biology Students: Lessons Learned Mark A. McGinley
Expand the Honors Curriculum: Teach Entrepreneurship, Risk-Taking, and Change Across the Curriculum James D. Bell
Building Community and Fostering Excellence through the Writing Process Ellen Riek
Stockholm Study Abroad: Scientific Breakthroughs and Nobel Laureates Jana L Pressler, Eric Rosenfeld, and Marianne Alverbo Larsson

STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION
Jump-Starting Honors Community with Introductory Biographies James Swafford
Team Leaders and the Honors Freshman-Year Experience Alvin Wang, Crystal Espinosa, Cassandra Long, and Anik Patel
Using Student Mentors in an “Introduction to Honors” Course Betsy Bach, Rachel Kinkie, and Sam Schabacker
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