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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JNCHC 23:1 Backmatter

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JNCHC, Vol. 23, No. 1: Frontmatter

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 23, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2022

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My Honors Experience as Authentic to My Life, Ayesha Ahmed

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The Lexicon of Honors Education, Laura Barrett

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From Community Service and Advocacy to a Life of Civil Service, Autumn Barszczowski

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Ten of Ten, Would Recommend, Jamie Beason

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A Bridge to Belonging, Angeline Best

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Gadgets and Gizmos, Seth Blanton

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The Honors Connection: Openness and Empathy, Samantha Bronow

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Forging an Honors Bond, Taylor C. Bybee

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The Secret of Honors Education: Driven by Discourse, Depth of Disciplines, and Dedication to Diversity, Merry Benner Chiu

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Citadels of Interdisciplinarity, Colin Christensen

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The Spark of Reimagination, Corey D. Clawson

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Southern Appalachian, Sean Collier

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Me, Snoop, and Rich Old People, or Intersectionality and its Impending Effect on Paradigm Shaping and Life Trajectory, LLeweLLyn Cooper

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Finding Community, Support, and the Importance of Detours, Grace Anne Cunningham

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Honor in Failure, Mark Donovan

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There and Back Again, Jennifer N. Dulin

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Interdisciplinary Survival, Paul Ewing

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Perfectionism and Honors Students: Cautious Good News, Jennifer S. Feenstra

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From Jersey Shore to AP Lit Teacher, Ashley Gerstle

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Non Magis Sed Melior, “Not More, but Better”, Teri Grieb

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Expensive Mistakes: How Hitting Career Rock Bottom Showed Me What I Really Learned in Honors, Pepper Hayes

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Why Honors Matters, James A. Keller

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Refusing Erasure: Nugent, Fire!!, and the Legacies of Queer Harlem, Samantha King-Shaw

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Dutch Honors Alumni Looking Back on the Impact of Honors on their Personal and Professional Development, Arie Kool, Elanor Kamans, and Marca V.C. Wolfensberger

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Skill and Community Development through an Honors Education, Samantha Koprowski

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The Value of Honors: Defined by Quality and Cost, Christopher Kotschevar and Nicholas Arens

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Rooted in Relations: Honors and a Relation-Based Approach to Learning, Emma Labovitz

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From Honors Student to Honors Coordinator, Kathryn M. MacDonald

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Honor-ing Parenthood, John Major

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Honors Lessons Learned Outside the Classroom, Chloe Salome Margulis

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More than an Academic Challenge—A Sense of Belonging, Mary Anne Matos

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How Honors Hoisted Me to DC and a Public Health Career, Emily McAndrew

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Supportive and Impactful Honors Education, Sara McCane-Bowling

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A Safe Place to Explore: The Value of Honors in Higher Education, Mary Beth Messner

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An Honors Lifetime Love of Learning, Eric W. Miller

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Honorary Family, Joshua Mulanax and Brandi Mulanax

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Question, Discover, Apply, Disseminate: My Journey from Honors Student to Educator, Heather Ness-Maddox

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Staying Connected, Jonna Nunez

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Valuing Diversity, Michelle Panuccio

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Achieving Excellence Through Experiential Learning, Eli Pemberton

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Reflecting on Community: A Vision for the Future, Tambria Schroeder

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Finding My Better Self and the Strength to Dream: The Impact of the Honors Experience, Lia M. Shore

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Interdisciplinary Education Equips People to Face Unique Challenges, Claire Guthrie Stasiewicz

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“Best of Both Worlds”: Alumni Perspectives on Honors and the Liberal Arts, Angela King Taylor, Kelsey Daniels, and Molly Knowlton

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Connections, Andy Walker

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Finding My Place, Daphne Watson

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Is Honors Worth the Extra Effort?, Quimby Wechter

2021

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Dedication: Andrew J. Cognard-Black

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JNCHC 22:1--About the authors

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JNCHC 22-2: About the authors

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 22, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2021): Forum Essays on “The Boundaries of Honors”

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Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Vol. 22, No. 2. Fall/Winter 2021

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Honors in the Post-Pandemic World: Situation Perilous, François G. Amar

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From “Filled” to “Fulfilled”: Tech-Minimal Experiences Bolster Core Honors Values, Adam Blincoe and Sarai Blincoe

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“Here’s the church, here’s the steeple”: Existing Politics of Honors Education, Owen Cantrell

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Forging a More Equitable Path for Honors Education: Advancing Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Diversity, Andrew J. Cognard-Black and Art L. Spisak

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Reading as Bearing Witness: Incorporating the Voices of Incarcerated Youth in Honors, Lauren Collins, Amelia Hawes, Jorgia Hawthorne, Nicole Gomez, and Erin Saldin

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Human-Centered Design as a Basis for a Transformative Curriculum, Bhibha M. Das, Tim Christensen, Elizabeth Hodge, Teal Darkenwald, W. Wayne Godwin, and Gerald Weckesser

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Understanding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Honors College Students: A Qualitative Content Analysis, Bibha M. Das, Carmen Walker, Elizabeth Hodge, Tim Christensen, Teal Darkenwald, Wayne Godwin, and Gerald Weckesser

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Honors Alumni Re-Activation through Interpersonal Engagement: Lessons Learned during COVID, Kevin W. Dean and Michael B. Jendzurski

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Honors as Gadfly, Linda Frost

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Bridging the Interval: Teaching Global Awareness through Music and Politics, Galit Gertsenzon

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On Taking Emerson’s Good Advice: “If We but Know What to Do with It”, Jerry Herron

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The Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Students in Honors: What the Last Twenty Years of Scholarship Say, Jason T. Hilton and Jessica Jordan

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Inquiry as Occupation, Matthew Carey Jordan

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“Mad and Educated, Primitive and Loyal”: Comments on the Occupations of Honors, Christopher Keller

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Building Community Online in Honors Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Annegien Langeloo, Wietske de Vries, Birte Klusmann, and Marca Wolfensberger

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Editor’s Introduction: JNCHC 22:2, Ada Long

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JNCHC 22:1 - Cover, Contents, Call for Papers, Editorial Policy, Dedication to Annmarie Guzy, Editor's Introduction, Ada Long

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Territorial Games: Honors, Outreach, and Collaboration, Andrew Martino

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Business as Unusual: Honors and Post-Pandemic Gen Z, Kristine Miller

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Bordering on Normal: Dissolving Honors Boundaries, Lucy Morrison

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“Building Together”: City as Text™, Intersectionality, and Urban Farming during COVID-19, Carla Janell Pattin

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Keeping the Faith: NCHC’s Readers and Writers, Jeffrey Portnoy

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Honors as a Third Space Occupation, Aaron Stoller

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Traveling in Circles: Gatekeeping in Honors, Leah White

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Crossing the Ohio: Welcoming Students of Color into the Honors White Space, Betsy Greenleaf Yarrison

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Honors the Hard Way, Betsy Greenleaf Yarrison

2020

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About the Authors; About the NCHC Monograph Series; NCHC Monographs & Journals; NCHC Publications Order Form

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Dedication: A Love Song for W. Rusty Rushton

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JNCHC: Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council Vol. 21, No. 2 | Fall/Winter 2020

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Journal of The National Collegiate Honors Council, vol. 21, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2020)

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The Body of Honors: Certification as an Expression of Disciplinary Power, Richard Badenhausen

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Claiming Debate’s Value for Honors Student Learning, Megan Snider Bailey

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Teaching from the Heart, Suketu P. Bhavsar

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On the Value of Being in the Moment in Honors Education, Lisa L. Coleman and Anne Dotter

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Infusing Critically Reflexive Service Learning into Honors, Lauren Collins and Michaela Niva

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A Different Kind of Agitation, Jayda Coons

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The Danger Room, Laura Dickinson

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Swan Song, Joan Digby

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Honors in Practice (Theory): A Bourdieusian Perspective on the Professionalization of Honors, K. Patrick Fazioli

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Honoring the Whole Person: Indigenous Wisdom and University Honors Programs, Joseph Gazing Wolf

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Into the Storm, Robert Gill

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Putting the “Human” into the Humanities, Annmarie Guzy

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Teaching as a Whole, Mollie Hartup

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Student Perception and Affinity: Establishment of an Institutional Framework for the Examination of Underrepresented Programs Such as Agriculture in Honors, Kayla L. Kutzke, Rosemarie A. Nold, Michael G. Gonda, Alecia M. Hansen, and Rebecca C. Bott

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Editor’s Introduction, Ada Long