Honors in Practice (HIP) accommodates our members’ need and desire for articles about nuts-and-bolts issues, innovative practices in individual Honors programs, and other Honors topics of concern to the membership. HIP publishes practical and descriptive essays, including descriptions of successful Honors courses, suggestions for out-of-class experiences, and administrative issues. The journal is published annually.

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2018

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Dedication Katherine E. Bruce

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Frontmatter & endmatter, Honors in Practice volume 14

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Student Preferences for Faculty-Led Honors Study Abroad Experiences, Nicholas R. Arens, Hanna Holmquist, and Rebecca C. Bott-Knutson

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Majoring in the Minor: A Closer Look at Experiential Learning, Bernice Braid

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Honoring the National Parks: A Local Adaptation of a Partners in the Parks Adventure, Joan Digby and Kathleen Nolan

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“In Landlessness Alone Resides the Highest Truth”; or, At Sea with Honors, Don Dingledine

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Becoming Part of a Story, Ted L. Estess

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The Fessenden Honors in Engineering Program, Michael Giazzoni

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Including Families in the Honors Experience, Melissa L. Johnson

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Designing a Collaborative Blog about Student Success, Melissa L. Johnson, Alexander S. Plattner, and Lauren Hundley

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Editor’s Introduction: Hip Now, Hip Then, Ada Long

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Honors in Practice, Volume 14 (2018) [complete], Ada Long , editor

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Tenure and Promotion in Honors, Rosalie Otero

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A Structured Course for Personal and Professional Development, Deirdre D. Ragan

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Ending in Honors, Samuel Schuman

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Honors in Chile: New Engagements in the Higher Education System, Juan Carlos Skewes, Carlos Alberto Cioce Sampaio, and Frederick J. Conway

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Ask Me about ISON: The Risks and Rewards of Teaching an Interdisciplinary Honors Course on a Scientific Event Unfolding in Real Time, William L. Vanderburgh and Martin Ratcliffe

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Hearing the Marginalized Voice in the Great Books Curriculum, Jennie Woodard

2017

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About the Authors

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Honors in Practice, Volume 13, 2017 (Complete issue)

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Honors in Practice, volume 13 (2017), Editorial Matter

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Got Privilege? An Honors Capstone Activity on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Patrick Bahls and Reid Chapman

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Academic Socialization: Mentoring New Honors Students in Metadiscourse, Gabriella Bedetti

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Critical Experiential Education in the Honors Classroom: Animals, Society, and Education, Nadine Dolby

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Best Practices in Two-Year to Four-Year Honors Transfers, Philip L. Frana and Stacy Rice

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What Do We Belong to If We Belong to NCHC?, Jerry Herron

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Editor's Introduction, Ada Long

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Leveraging a Modest Success for Curriculum Development, Kathy A. Lyon

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Honors Students’ Perceptions of Language Requirement as Part of a Global Literacy Competency, Katelynn Malecha and Anne Dahlman

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Interdisciplinary Teaching of Theatre and Human Rights in Honors, Maria Szasz

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Encouraging Self-Reflection by Business Honors Students: Reflective Writing, Films, and Self-Assessments, Stephen A. Yoder

2016

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Honors in Practice: A Publication of the National Collegiate Honors Council, volume 12 (2016)--Complete issue

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Founder’s Award Speech, NCHC 50th Anniversary Conference, Chicago, Illinois, November 14, 2015, Bernice Braid

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Honoring Controversy: Using Real-World Problems to Teach Critical Thinking in Honors Courses, Sarita Cargas

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A Global Endeavor: Honors Undergraduate Research, Mimi Killinger, Kate Spies, and Daniella Runyambo

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Honors in Practice, volume 12 (2016), Editorial Material, Ada Long, Dail Mullins, and Karen Lyons

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Why Not Honors? Understanding Students’ Decisions Not to Enroll and Persist in Honors Programs, Timothy J. Nichols, Jacob Ailts, and Kuo-Liang Chang

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Evaluating the Application of Program Outcomes to Study Abroad Experiences, Patricia Joanne Smith and Lawrence J. Mrozek

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Garden Variety Experiential Education: The “Material Turn” and Environmental Ethics, Allison B. Wallace

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Effects of Peer Mentorship on Student Leadership, Giovanna Walters and Ashley Kanak

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The Challenge of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Honors Programs, Susan Yager

2015

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HIP-11: About the Authors, NCHC Monographs and Journals

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HIP-11: Cover, Contents, Dedication, Policies, Guidelines

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Teaching and Fostering Change in the Classroom, Campus, and Community, James D. Bell

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Community Building at Honors Programs in Continental Europe, Nico Brinkel, Floris van Rees, Margit Ruis, and Florian Sloots

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Writing toward Community Engagement in Honors, Heather C. Camp

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Cultivating Awareness in Honors: First-Person Noting and Contemplative Practices, Kathy J. Cooke

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Honors Inquiry in Ireland: Developing a Research-Based Study Abroad Experience for Honors Students, Steven Engel and Howard Keeley

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City as Text™: To Blog or Not to Blog, Margaret T. Konkel and David Gammack

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long

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Remembering Sam Schuman, Ada Long, Anne Ponder, Ted L. Estess, Bernice Braid, John Knox, Rae Rosenthal, Jeffrey A. Portnoy, John Zubizarreta, John Korstad, Richard Badenhausen, and Aron Reppmann

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Using The Happiness Advantage in a College Honors Program, Christine Rockey

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“. . . and we are a-changing, too”, James S. Ruebel

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A Quality Instrument for Effective Honors Program Review, Patricia Joanne Smith

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Setting the Standard for Challenge: Teaching English in Dimen, China, Cynthia W. Weick, Samuel J. Costigan, Lindsey J. Cunningham, Shelly R. Zeiser, Jackson A. Campbelll, MIchael C. Feliz, Jennifer M. Iversen, Alison L. Kobayashi, Madelaine A. Matej, Colleen T. Motoyasu, Kathryn E. Teague, and Sarah A. Wong

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“Something he could do without being taught”: Honors, Play, and Harry Potter, Susan Yager

2014

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HIP Bibliography by Volume

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HIP Consolidated Bibliography

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Honors in Practice, About the Authors

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Honors in Practice, Volume 10, 2014 Cover and Contents

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NCHC Bibliography of Journals and Monographs

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Navigating the Kokosing: A Comparison between Honors and Private Liberal Arts Colleges, Scott Carnicom

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There and Back Again: Learning From the History of a Freshman Seminar Sequence, Stephanie R. deLusé

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Making Pictures, Ted L. Estess

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Re-Envisioning the Honors Senior Project: Experience as Research, Kevin Gustafson and Zachary Cureton

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Against Teleology in an Honors Great Books Curriculum, Sarah Harlan-Haughey

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Engaging Honors Students through Newspaper Blackout Poetry, Melissa Ladenheim

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Sea Lions and Honors Students: More in Common than You May Think, Kristy L. Lindememann-Biolsi

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long

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A Traditional Educational Practice Adapted for the Digital Age, Elizabeth Nix, Brian Etheridge, and Paul Walsh

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High-Impact Recruiting: A Focus Group of Prospective Honors Students, David M. Rhea and Kristy Goodwin

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Valediction, Sam Schuman

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Ask Me about ISON: The Risks and Rewards of Teaching an Interdisciplinary Honors Course on a Scientific Event Unfolding in Real Time, William L. Vanderburgh and Martin Ratcliffe

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DEDICATION, John Zubizarreta

2013

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About the Authors

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About the Authors: Honors in Practice (2013)

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Cover and Contents Honors in Practice 2013

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Cover and Contents- Honors in Practice Volume 10 (2014)

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Dedication- John Zubizarreta

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Honors Students as Philosophers and Detectives, Kaitlin A. Briggs

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Navigating the Kokosing: A Comparison between Honors and Private Liberal Arts Colleges, Scott Carnicom

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To Make the Rest Participate In It: The Use of Contemplative Pedagogy in The Holocaust and the Arts, Richard Chess

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Using Post-Study-Abroad Experiences to Enhance International Study, Kevin W. Dean and Michael B. Jendzurski

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There and Back Again: Learning From the History of a Freshman Seminar Sequence, Stepephanie R. deLusé

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“In Landlessness Alone Resides the Highest Truth”; or, At Sea with Honors, Don Dingledine

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“In Landlessness Alone Resides the Highest Truth”; or, At Sea with Honors, Don Dingledine

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An Honors Interdisciplinary Community-Based Research Course, DAVID DUNBAR, MELISSA TERLECKI, NANCY WATTERSON, and LISA RATMANSKY

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An Honors Interdisciplinary Community-Based Research Course, David Dunbar, MELISSA TERLECKI, NANCY WATTERSON, and LISA RATMANSKY

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Making Pictures, Ted L. Estess

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Honors in Honduras: Engaged Learning in Action, TRISHA FOLDS-BENNETT and MARY PAT TWOMEY

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Honors in Honduras: Engaged Learning in Action, TRISHA FOLDS-BENNETT and MARY PAT TWOMEY

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Program Excellence versus Program Growth: Must These Goals Conflict?, LYNNE GOODSTEIN

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Program Excellence versus Program Growth: Must These Goals Conflict?, LYNNE GOODSTEIN

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Re-Envisioning the Honors Senior Project: Experience as Research, Kevin Gustafson and Zachary Cureton

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Against Teleology in an Honors Great Books Curriculum, Sarah Harlan-Haughey

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Engaging Honors Students in Purposeful Planning Through a Concept Mapping Assignment, Melissa L. Johnson, STEPHANIE PODJED, and SEAN TAASAN

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Engaging Honors Students in Purposeful Planning Through a Concept Mapping Assignment, Melissa Johnson, STEPHANIE PODJED, and SEAN TAASAN

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Engaging Honors Students through Newspaper Blackout Poetry, Melissa Ladenheim

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Creating Opportunities for Peer Leadership in Honors Education, MARIE E. LEICHLITER

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Creating Opportunities for Peer Leadership in Honors Education, MARIE E. LEICHLITER