National Collegiate Honors Council



Date of this Version



Honors in Practice, Volume 19, 2023

ISBN: 978-1-945001-18-5

ISSN: 1559-0143


© Copyright 2023 by the National Collegiate Honors Council


In This Issue:

Dedication to Kathleen B. King

Editor’s Introduction Ada Long

2022 Presidential Address: The NCHC’s Inclusive Mission Christina M. McIntyre

NCHC Article Reprinted from Inside Higher Ed: Can Honors Education Reach More Students? Richard Badenhausen and James Buss


Promoting Holistic Wellness in Honors Students through Peer Coaching Leah Horton, Aaron Conrad, and Patricia J. Smith

Empowering Student Leadership amid Transition: Student-Centered Revision of First-Year Honors Peer Mentoring Jacob R. Schlange and Tamy Burnett

Relational Peer Review Practices in the Honors Research Methods Classroom: Toward a Scaffolded and Multidisciplinary Model Holly Riley and Brenna Spurling

A Pedagogical Methodology for Developing and Delivering an Honors Senior Seminar Carolyn Matheus and Rietta Steffen

Studying Abroad at Home? A Virtual International Experience María Luz García, Sarah Shafi, Camryn Smith, and Valentyna Stadnik

The Teaching Postdoc: What Four Early Career Scholars Learned from an Honors College Rachel S. Gross, Kylla Benes, Lauren Collins, and Holly Riley

Science and Science Fiction in an Interdisciplinary First-Year Experience Honors Course John Carrell and Robert G. Weiner

Brief Ideas about What Works in Honors:

The Justice Challenge: Honors Endeavors Innovative Pedagogies through the Grand

Challenge Scholars Program Jonathan Kotinek, Rebecca C. Bott-Knutson, Leigh E. Fine, Joy L. Hart, William Ziegler, Paul Knox, Timothy Nichols, Susan Sumner, Heidi Appel, Mark C. Andersen, Mary Bryk, Andrea Radasanu, Joseph Cassady, and Keith Garbutt

Pedagogy of Engagement, Innovation, and Reflection: Hackathons in Honors Education Joy L. Hart, Rebecca C. Bott-Knutson, Heidi Appel, Jonathan Kotinek, Paul Knox, and William Ziegler

Environmental Justice Memoir Assignment Seth T. Reno

A Mindfulness-Based Honors Education Annie Lampman

Using Photovoice: Honors Students Explore Youth Vaping Kandi L. Walker, Joy L. Hart, and Alison C. McLeish

A Creative Midterm Alternative: The Horror Author Poster Session Annmarie Guzy

Cultivating Scholarly Dialogue On and Off the Small College Campus: First-Year Honors Assignments as Collaborative Presentation Opportunities Kristianne Kalata

Creating Experiential Opportunities in Honors with Diminishing Resources Colin M. Walker and Michael P. Savoie

Simple is Revealing: Experiencing Public Transportation Illuminates a City Lucy Morrison

Beer as Text: Brewing as an Interdisciplinary Experiential Learning Endeavour • J. T. Ford and Steve R. Garrison