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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2009

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Elitism Misunderstood: In Defense of Equal Opportunity, Anne N. Rinn and Craig T. Cobane

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To the Charge of “Honors is Elitist,” on Advice of Counsel We Plead “Guilty as Charged”, Robert Spurrier

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Honors is Elitist, and What’s Wrong with That?, Norm Weiner

2008

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 9, no. 1 -- Complete Issue

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 9, no. 2 -- Complete Issue

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The New Model Education, Gary Bell

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Honors, Honor Codes, and Academic Integrity: Where Do They Converge and Diverge?, D. Bruce Carter

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Plato among the Plagiarists: The Plagiarist as Perpetrator and Victim, Richard England

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Creating an Honors Culture, Jim Ford

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Honors Admissions Criteria: How Important Are Standardized Tests?, Raymond J. Green and Sandy Kimbrough

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Honors Culture Clash: The High Achieving Student Meets the Gifted Professor, Annmarie Guzy

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The Role of Advanced Placement Credit in Honors Education, Maureen Kelleher, Lauren Pouchak, and Melissa Lulay

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On Training Excellent Students in China and the United States, Ikuo Kitagaki and Donglin Li

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Authenticity in Marco Polo’s Story and in Honors Student Research: An Aside from the Early Renaissance, Bill Knox

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Towards Reliable Honors Assessment, Gregory Lanier

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Editorial Matter for Volume 9, Number 1, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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Editorial Matter for Volume 9, Number 2, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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The Culture of Honors, George Mariz

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The Times They Are A-Changin’, Dail Mullins

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Speeding is Okay and Cheating is Cool, Alison Schell Witte

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Defining Honors Culture, Charlie Slavin

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Is Student Participation in an Honors Program Related to Retention and Graduation Rates?, Charlie Slavin, Theodore Coladarci, and Phillip A. Pratt

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The Prairie Home Companion Honors Program, Paul Strong

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Academic Dishonesty and the Culture of Assessment, Emrys Westacott

2007

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 8, no. 1 -- Complete Issue

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 8, no. 2 -- Complete Issue

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Grades, Scores, and Honors: A Numbers Game?, Larry Andrews

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Grades, Scores, and Honors Education, Ryan Brown

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Robert Burns, Peter Sederberg, and Higher Education Administration, Ira Cohen

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Nothing Succeeds Like Failure: Managing Loss in a Renascent Honors Program, Mike Davis

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Honoring Virginia Tech: Letter from Charles (Jack) Dudley, Charles (Jack) Dudley

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To Speak or Not to Speak: That is the Question, Joyce Fields

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Important Issues for Growing an Honors Program, Nick Flynn

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I Love Numbers, Bruce Fox

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Evaluation vs. Grading in Honors Composition Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Grades and Love Teaching, Annmarie Guzy

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Balancing Low Growth with High Success, Robert Hogner

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What is an Honors Student? A Noel-Levitz Survey, Donald Kaczvinsky

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Searching for Tatiyana, Sriram Khe

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The Irrelevance of SAT in Honors?, Sriram Khe

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Growth = Bucks(?), Gregory Lanier

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Editorial Matter for Volume 8, Number 1, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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Editorial Matter for Volume 8, Number 2, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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The (Un)familiar Library: Managing the Transition for a Growing Number of Honors College Students, Jean McLaughlin

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Transformational Experience through Liberation Pedagogy: A Critical Look at Honors Education, John Mihelich, Debbie Storrs, and Patrick Pellett

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Getting More for Less: When Downsizing in Honors Yields Growth, Janet Myers and Mary Jo Festle

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Grades, Marks, and Scores, Oh My!, Rosalie Otero

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Balancing on the Edge of Honors: A Meditation, Jeffrey Portnoy

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The Virgin Mary: A Paradoxical Model for Roman Catholic Immigrant Women of the Nineteenth Century, Darris Catherine Saylors

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Nothing Fails Like Success: Managing Growth in a Highly Developed Honors Program, Peter Sederberg

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Honors Growth and Honors Advising, Robert Spurrier

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Experiential Learning and City as Text©: Reflections on Kolb and Kolb, Robert Strikwerda

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Using Characteristics of K–12 Gifted Programs to Evaluate Honors Programs, Mary Tallent-Runnels, Shana Shaw, and Julie Thomas

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Residential Housing Population Revitalization: Honors Students, David Taylor

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The Effects on Outcomes of Financing Undergraduate Thesis Research at Butler University, Anne Wilson and Robert Holm

2006

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 7, no. 1 -- Complete Issue

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 7, no. 2 -- Complete Issue

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Honors Assessment and Evaluation, Cheryl Achterberg

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At Play on the Fields of Honor(s), Larry Andrews

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Being There for Honors Leadership, Lisa Coleman

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They Graduated, Joan Digby

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Success as an Honors Program Director: What Does it Take?, Bruce Fox

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When It’s Bad Cess to Assess!, Jay Freyman

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Saving Honors in the Age of Standardization, Linda Frost

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“Ah well! I am their leader; I really ought to follow them”: Leading Student Leaders, Keith Garbutt

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Honors Program Leadership: The Right Stuff, Rew Godow, Jr.

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Riding a Unicycle Across a Bridge While Juggling: The Musings of an Honors Administrator, Bonnie Irwin

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The Impact of K-12 Gifted Programs on Postsecondary Honors Programming, Jennifer Lane

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Editorial Matter for Volume 7, Number 1, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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Editorial Matter for Volume 7, Number 2, Ada Long and Dail Mullins

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Building a City of Ladies with Christine de Pizan and Arkansas State University Honors Students, Frances Malpezzi

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Accountable to Whom? Assessment for What?, George Mariz

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Leadership in Honors: What is the Right Stuff?, George Mariz

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A View from the Shoulders, Rosalie Otero

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Business and Educational Values, Jeffrey Portnoy

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Major Forerunners to Honors Education at the Collegiate Level, Anne Rinn

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Chaucer, Mountain Hiking, and Honors Program Leadership, Sam Schuman

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Student Outcomes and Honors Programs: A Longitudinal Study of 172 Honors Students 2000-2004, Frank Shushok, Jr.

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Documenting the Achievements of Our Students without Compromising Excellence, Jean Sorensen

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Creating an Honors Community: A Virtue Ethics Approach, Nancy Stanlick

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Honors as Skunkworks, Paul Strong

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Using Learning Outcomes Assessment in Honors as a Defense Against Proposed Standardized Testing, Steffen Wilson

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Reminiscences on the Evolution of Honors Leadership, Len Zane

2005

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 6, no. 1 -- Complete Issue

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 6, no. 2 -- Complete Issue

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The Ages of Imitation, Authenticity and Originality, Cheryl Achterberg

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What is an Honors Student?, Cheryl Achterberg

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The Art of the Mash-up: Students in the Age of Digital Reproduction, Amy Bass

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Redemptive Memory: The Christianization of the Holocaust in America, Laura Bender Herron

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The Age of False Positives, Bernice Braid

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What Honors Can Do, Vince Brewton

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Allocation of Resources: Should Honors Programs Take Priority?, K. Celeste Campbell

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Responsibility and Imitation, Michael K. Cundall, Jr.

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The Age of Imitation, Joan Digby

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“What is an Honors Student?”, Jay Freyman

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Originality Is a Risk, Annmarie Guzy

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Comparison of the Academic Achievement of First-Year Female Honors Program and Non-Honors Program Engineering Students, Gayle Hartleroad

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What Honors Students Want (And Expect): The Views of Top Michigan High School and College Students, James P. Hill

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A Student like Me, Bonnie D. Irwin

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Honors: When Value-Added is Really Added Value, Jacqueline Kelleher

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A Way of Life, Sriram Khe