Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council (JNCHC) is a refereed periodical publishing scholarly articles stressing research in and on Honors education. Articles include analyses of trends in teaching methodology, articles on interdisciplinary efforts, discussions of problems common to Honors programs, items on the national higher education agenda, and presentations of emergent issues relevant to Honors education. Two issues are published annually.

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2017

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Authors & Endmatter (JNCHC 18-1)

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Forum on “National Scholarships and Honors”

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Spring/Summer 2017, Volume 18, Number 1 -- Frontmatter

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2017. Forum on National Scholarships and Honors

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Slaves, Coloni, and Status Confusion in the Late Roman Empire, Hannah Basta

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Of Groomers and Tour Guides: The Role of Writing in the Fellowships Office, Leslie Bickford

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Lessons from Honors: National Scholarships, High-Impact Practices, and Student Success, Craig T. Cobane and Audra Jennings

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Open Letter to Lia Rushton, Linda Frost

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Developing Citizenship through Honors, Jacob Andrew Hester and Kari Lynn Besing

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The Strange Game of Prestige Scholarships, John A. Knox

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long

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Moving Beyond GPA: Alternative Measures of Success and Predictive Factors in Honors Programs, Tom Mould and Stephen B. DeLoach

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A Regression Model Approach to First-Year Honors Program Admissions Serving a High-Minority Population, David M. Rhea

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Resilience, Reconciliation, and Redemption: An Initial Historical Sketch of Pioneering Black Students in the Plan II Honors Program, Richard J. Richard, Emily A. Johnson, Ashley Jones, Tracie A.J. Lowe, Ashley N. Stone, and James Thomas

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First, Do No Harm, Lia Rushton

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Demography of Honors: The Census of U.S. Honors Programs and Colleges, Richard I. Scott, Patricia J. Smith, and Andrew J. Cognard-Black

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Black Excellence: Fostering Intellectual Curiosity in Minority Honors Students at a Predominantly White Research Institution, Stephen C. Scott

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Becoming Legible: Helping Students Navigate Promotional Genres of Self-Narration, Anton Vander Zee

2016

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Front Matter, Vol. 17, No. 1

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Front Matter, Vol. 17, No. 2

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2016) [complete issue]

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 17, No. 2 (Fall/Winter 2016) [complete issue]

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A Tradition unlike Any Other: Research on the Value of an Honors Senior Thesis, H. Kay Banks

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Honors and Non-Honors Student Engagement: A Model of Student, Curricular, and Institutional Characteristics, Ellen Buckner, Melanie Shores, Michael Sloane, John Dantzler, Catherine Shields, Karen Shader, and Bradley Newcomer

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“Flee from the Worship of Idols”: Becoming Christian in Roman Corinth, Dorvan Byler

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A Dual Perspective on AP, Dual Enrollment, and Honors, Heather C. Camp and Giovanna E. Walters

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Writing Instruction and Assignments in an Honors Curriculum: Perceptions of Effectiveness, Edward J. Caropreso, Mark Haggerty, and Melissa Ladenheim

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Variability and Similarity in Honors Curricula across Institution Size and Type, Andrew J. Cognard-Black and Hallie Savage

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Rethinking Honors Curriculum in Light of the AP/IB/Dual Enrollment Challenge: Innovation and Curricular Flexibility, David Coleman and Katie Patton

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Honors Teachers and Academic Identity: What to Look For When Recruiting Honors Faculty, Rocky Dailey

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Got AP?, Joan Digby

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How Gender Differences Shape Student Success in Honors, Susan E. Dinan

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The ICSS and the Development of Black Collegiate Honors Education in the U.S., Traci L. M. Dula

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Honors Thesis Preparation: Evidence of the Benefits of Structured Curricula, Steven Engel

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A Digital Literacy Initiative in Honors: Perceptions of Students and Instructors about its Impact on Learning and Pedagogy, Jacob Alan English

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AP, Dual Enrollment, and the Survival of Honors Education, Annmarie Guzy

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Research on Honors Composition, 2004–2015, Annmarie Guzy

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Blogging to Develop Honors Students’ Writing, Sarah Harlan-Haughey, Taylor Cunningham, Katherine Lees, and Andrew Estrup

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Helping the Me Generation Decenter: Service Learning with Refugees, LouAnne B. Hawkins and Leslie G. Kaplan

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Reading Place, Reading Landscape: A Consideration of City as TextTM and Geography, Ellen Hostetter

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Toward a Science of Honors Education, Beata M. Jones

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An Examination of Student Engagement and Retention in an Honors Program, Jessica A. Kampfe, Christine L. Chasek, and John Falconer

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Editor’s introduction, vol. 17, no. 1, Ada Long

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Editor’s Introduction, vol. 17, no. 2, Ada Long

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An Agenda for the Future of Research in Honors, George Mariz

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Demography of Honors: The National Landscape of Honors Education, Richard Ira Scott and Patricia J. Smith

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Demography of Honors: Comparing NCHC Members and Non-Members, Patricia J. Smith and Richard I. Scott

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The Effect of Honors Courses on Grade Point Averages, Art L. Spisak and Suzanne Carter Squires

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From Orientation Needs to Developmental Realities: The Honors First-Year Seminar in a National Context, Anton Vander Zee, Trisha Folds-Bennett, Elizabeth Meyer-Bernstein, and Brendan Reardon

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Research In, On, or About Honors, Marygold Walsh-Dilley

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AP: Not a Replacement for Challenging College Coursework, Margaret Walsh

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Assessing Growth of Student Reasoning Skills in Honors, Jeanneane Wood-Nartker, Shelly Hinck, and Ren Hullender

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Using Hybrid Courses to Enhance Honors Offerings in the Disciplines, Karen D. Youmans

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The Honors College Experience Reconsidered: Exploring the Student Perspective, James H. Young III, Lachel Story, Samantha Tarver, Ellen Weinauer, Julia Keeler, and Allison McQuirter

2015

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16.1 About the Authors, NCHC Monographs and Journals

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16.1 Cover, Contents, Dedication, Call for Papers, Guidelines

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16.2 Contributors

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16.2 Cover, Contents, Dedication, Call for Papers, Guidelines

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"Forum on the Value of Honors": Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. 50th Anniversary Issue. Vol. 16, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2015

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Building an Honors Education for the Twenty-First Century: Making Connections In and Outside the Classroom, Jonathan Alger

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The Humanities Are Dead! Long Live the Humanities!, Larry Andrews

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The Unique Role of Two-Year Honors Colleges and Programs, J. David Armstrong Jr.

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Tradition and Innovation, Mark P. Becker

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Big Dreams, Michael T. Benson

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Innovation Labs: A Professional Approach to Honors, Ron Bormans

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Valuing Opportunities to Learn, Quintin B. Bullock

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Serving Stakeholders at a Small Regional University, Sean Burrage

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The Above-and-Beyond Experience, David L. Chicoine

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Creating Knowledge, Kimberly R. Cline

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The Egalitarianism of Honors at a Polytechnic University, Soraya M. Coley

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Seeking and Learning, Jerry Corcoran

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Educating the Leaders of the Future, Albert Cornelissen

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Dancing with the Stars: Stepping Up and Stepping Out in Honors Education, Elizabeth A. Dinndorf

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An Epic Mission, Tashni-Ann Dubroy

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The Catalytic Impact of Honors, Paul W. Ferguson

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Access, not Exclusion: Honors at a Public Institution, E. Gordon Gee

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Honors Composition: Humanity beyond the Humanities, Annmarie Guzy

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Relevance, Rigor, and Return on Investment: How Honors Enhances Education, Thomas J. Haas

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Advancing University Core Values by Developing an Honors College, George L. Hanbury II

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An Integrated Learning Experience, Dennis R. Harkins

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Enriching the Life of the Community On and Off Campus, Mark A. Heckler

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Thinking and Rethinking: The Practical Value of an Honors Education, James Herbert

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Expanding an Honors Program in the Midst of Institution Consolidation, Bonita C. Jacobs

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Unique Academic Skillsets, Stephen J. Jerome

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The Practical Value of Honors, James R. Johnsen

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Tangible and Intangible Student Success, Marc A. Johnson

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Honors as Validation, Dan R. Jones

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Homo sapiens, All Too Homo sapiens: Wise Man, All Too Human, Amaris Ketcham

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Assessing Social Justice as a Learning Outcome in Honors, Naomi Yavneh Klos, Kendall Eskine, and Michael Pashkevich

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The Culture of Honors, Susan J. Koch

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Imagination and the Humanities in Honors across the Disciplines at a Jesuit University, Joe Kraus

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long

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Success in a Hurry, Harold L. Martin Sr.

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“The Endless Appetite”: Honors Education and the Spirit of the Humanities, Andrew Martino

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Song of The Disrupted, Frances McCue

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A Personal and Professional Perspective on an Honors Program, Geoffrey S. Mearns

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Cultivating a Community of Excellence, Gail O. Mellow

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Striving for Our Best and Brightest Selves: Making Honors Central to the Campus Community, Steve Morgan

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Increased Awareness, Increased Appreciation, Barbra Nightingale