National Collegiate Honors Council



Date of this Version



Honors in Practice, Volume 18 (2022)


© Copyright 2022 by the National Collegiate Honors Council


Editorial Policy, Deadline, and Submission Guidelines

Dedication to P. Brent Register

Editor’s Introduction Ada Long

2021 Conference Remarks

A Sense of Belonging (Presidential Address) Suketu Bhavsar

The 2021 NCHC Founders Award: Samuel Schuman (Introductory Remarks) Bernice Braid


Counterstories of Honors Students of Color Michael Carlos Gutiérrez

Inclusive and Effective Holistic Admission Frameworks for Honors Programs: A Case Study Continued Andrea Radasanu and Gregory Barker

Constitution Day: An Opportunity for Honors Colleges to Promote Civic Engagement Richard J. Hardy, Paul A. Schlag, and Keith Boeckelman

Serving through Transcribing: Preserving History while Building Community Julie Centofanti and Mollie Hartup

Using Algorithmic Imaginaries and Uncanny Pedagogy to Facilitate Interdisciplinary Research and Digital Scholarship Philip L. Frana

The Critically Reflective Practicum Aaron Stoller

Disorientations and Disruptions: Innovating First-Year Honors Education through Collaborative Mapping Projects Nathan W. Swanson

Embracing New Opportunities in and beyond First-Year Honors Composition Teagan Decker and Scott Hicks

Brief Ideas about What Works in Honors

Mapping the Hero’s Journey into Thinking: Assigning a Geo-Literacies Multimodal Assignment in a First-Year Honors Seminar Amy Lee M. Locklear

Using Issues in Honors Education to Teach Argumentation Annmarie Guzy

Creating Knowledge: The Literary Dictionary Assignment Rebecca Cepek

Building Community during COVID-19 and Beyond: How a Community Garden Strengthened an Honors Community Steve R. Garrison

Disrupting the Way We Work: An Honors Summer Vacation Lexi Rager and Mollie Hartup

Professional Transitions in Honors: Challenges, Opportunities, and Tips • Suketu Bhavsar, Jill Granger, Marlee Marsh, Matthew Means, and John Zubizarreta

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