National Collegiate Honors Council

 

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Date of this Version

Fall 2016

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

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© Copyright 2016 by the National Collegiate Honors Council

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In This Issue

Forum Articles

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

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

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

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

Got AP? Joan Digby

AP: Not a Replacement for Challenging College Coursework Margaret Walsh

Research Essays

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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