National Collegiate Honors Council



Date of this Version

Fall 2018


Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council 19.2 (Fall/Winter 2018) ISBN 978-1-945001-01-7 ISSN 1559-0151


© Copyright 2018 by the National Collegiate Honors Council


Forum Essays on “Gifted Education and Honors”

Gifted Education to Honors Education: A Curious History, a Vibrant Future — Nicholas Colangelo

Honors Is a Good Fit for Gifted Students—Or Maybe Not — Annmarie Guzy

Are You Gifted-Friendly? Understanding How Honors Contexts (Can) Serve Gifted Young Adults — Jonathan D. Kotinek

If Not Us, Who? If Not Now, When? — Betsy Greenleaf Yarrison

Gifted Students, Honors Students, and an Honors Education . Jaclyn M. Chancey and Jennifer Lease Butts

Ways We Can Do Better: Bridging the Gap Between Gifted Education and Honors Colleges . Angie L. Miller

Not So Gifted: Academic Identity for Black Women in Honors —A. Musu Davis

Opening Doors: Facilitating Transfer Students’ Participation in Honors . — Patrick Bahls

Social Media for Honors Colleges: Swipe Right or Left? — Corinne R. Green

The Value of Honors: A Study of Alumni Perspectives on Skills Gained Through Honors Education . — Christopher M. Kotschevar, Surachat Ngorsuraches, and Rebecca C. Bott-Knutson