Held at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, March 30 - April 1, 2001.

Editors: Josephine M. Carubia, Schreyer Honors College
Renata S. Engel, Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence

Copyright © 2004 The National Collegiate Honors Council.

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II. Curriculum Models that Include Undergraduate Research

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III. Course Models that Include Undergraduate Research

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I. Making the Case for Undergraduate Research

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IV. Undergraduate Research via Service Learning and Outreach

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Table of Contents

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VI. The Next Challenges

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v. Learning Strategies that Support Undergraduate Research

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WHAT'S MISSING IN HONORS EDUCATION: A THEORY-DRIVEN APPROACH, Cheryl L. Achterberg

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ENRICHING THE ACADEMIC COMMUNITY THROUGH A SEMESTERLONG HONORS SYMPOSIUM, Earl Brown Jr. and Margaret C. Brown

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PATTERNS OF ENGAGEMENT IN SERVICE LEADERSHIP: FIRST YEAR TO SENIOR YEAR, Josephine Carubia, Sara Faber, Soma Kedia, Nicole Sandretto, Adam Tarosky, and Joann C. Vender

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INTRODUCTION: UNPACKING THE RESEARCH ENCYCLOPEDIA, Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel

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A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN HONORS EDUCATION, Julianna Chaszar

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THE MARYLAND GEMSTONE PROGRAM, William W. Destler

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LEAVING HOME WITH IT: USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE CROSSNATIONAL DESIGN TEAMS, Richard Devon and Pierre Buvat

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ISSUE REACTION: INTEGRATING SERVICE LEARNING INTO ACADEMIC COURSES, M. A. Dupont-Morales

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MULTI-DISCIPLINARY STUDY, RESPONSIBLE POLICY-MAKING, AND PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN HONORS COURSES, Michael Edwards

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WHY INVOLVE STUDENTS IN RESEARCH?, Rodney A. Erickson

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HONORS COLLABORATIONS: THE PRESIDENCY IN SPEECH AND COMPOSITION, Sandy Feinstein and Jeff Kurtz

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THE INSIDERS: UNDERGRADUATES CRITICALLY EXAMINE THE PROS AND CONS OF A TEAM-BASED MARINE RESEARCH PROGRAM, Traci J. Heincelman, Edward J. Majzlik, Christie A. Robinson, and Lindsey J. Wise

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HOW (OR WHETHER?) TO INTEGRATE RESEARCH INTO CLASSROOM TEACHING FOR ALL STUDENTS AND ALL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS, Alan Jenkins

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ISSUE REACTION: INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING IN THE COLLEGE CLASSROOM, Jill L. Lane and Joanne M. Cawley

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ISSUE REACTION: INTRODUCING STUDENTS TO SOCIAL INQUIRY RESEARCH, Alfred G. Mueller II

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CREATING AN UNDERGRADUATE CULTURE OF SCIENCE BY INTEGRATING INQUIRY, PROJECT-BASED LEARNING, AND RESEARCH INTO THE CURRICULUM, Richard A. Niesenbaum

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HONORS COLLOQUIUM: BERLIN IN THE 1940s, Charles F. Pennacchio

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DIVERSITY ISSUES & HONORS EDUCATION, Anthony A. Pittman

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ISSUE REACTION: HONORS THESES IN THE CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS, Joanne Rutkowski, Taylor Aitken Greer, and Mary Heather Hartley

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MASS PROGRAM AT PENN STATE, Serge Tabachnikov

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COMMUNITY ACTION RESEARCH: A THREE-PART SERVICELEARNING COURSE MODEL, Joann C. Vender

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ANCIENT MYTHS IN A MODERN WORLD: A MULTI-MEDIA APPROACH TO HONORS EDUCATION AND UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH, Richard Ernest Walker

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PROMISE, PERIL, AND POTENTIAL: DEVELOPING, IMPLEMENTING; AND ASSESSING PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL, Carol F. Whitfield

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MEETING THE BOYER CHALLENGE: A MODEL FOR TEAM-BASED, STUDENT-DIRECTED UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH, Douglas F. Williams, Peter Sederberg, and Stefka Eddins

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THE ROLE OF LIBRARIES IN HONORS THESIS RESEARCH: A LIBRARY CREDIT COURSE AS A MODEL FOR THESIS RESEARCH SUPPORT, Carol A. Wright