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  • Land, People, Place: (Dis)Connections in New Mexico

    It's time to step out of the classroom, and bring your textbooks to life. Sign up this summer for NCHC's faculty institute in Albuquerque, Land, People, Place: (Dis)Connections. (more)

    Join us as we explore a clash of cultures within the communities that house them. Using City as Text pedagogy, faculty will spend the majority of the institute exploring the site and engaging in discussions about what the see and experience. In doing so, new ideas come to light that can be brought back to home campuses in a variety of forms. Expand your mind and enhance your skills For more details, check out the online brochure.


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  • Health without Borders: a Winterim in Peru

    "Health without Borders" the upcoming Peruvian Amazon Winterim course offered by NCHC, provides honors students with unprecedented opportunities. Through examining the interplay between environmental change (deforestation, climate change), development (oil exploration, urbanization) and disease and human health in both urban and rural settings in the Amazon, students make interdisciplinary connections and engage in hands-on inquiry into topics of global concern. With the Amazon considered to be Ground Zero for climate change and also the Lungs of the Planet and a hotbed of biodiversity, what better place to see what the future holds for us?

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  • Call for Papers: JNCHC 16.2

    Submit your research essays on any topic of interest to the honors community for JNCHC 16.2, deadline: September 1, 2015. 16.2 promises to be a unique offering as it will include research essays as usual but will also feature an unusual Forum in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the NCHC.

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  • New Directors Boot Camp/Annual Reports & Program Review Workshop

    Check out NCHC's professional development opportunities in Chicago this summer. July 20-22, new directors have the chance to learn the nuts and bolts of honors with veteran directors led by Laurie Smith-Law. Immediately after, July 22-24, honors directors or deans with little or no experience in preparing for program reviews and/or consultations in honors education can learn how to approach these crucial areas with experts Rosalie Otero and Bob Spurrier.

    Come join us in Chicago and sharpen your skills this summer!

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  • NCHC Online Guide to Honors Colleges and Programs

    The Official NCHC Online Guide to Honors Colleges and Programs is the result of the requests from members of NCHC, parents, students and others interested in honors education. This initial edition is only a sample of what will be available when all NCHC members have supplied their information to us.

    For details, visit the online guide post.

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  • NCHC Admissions, Retention, and Completion Survey

    Congratulations to Henderson Community College (KY) and the University of Montevallo (AL) for winning $500 NCHC annual institutional membership credits in the drawing for those who submitted the 2014–2015 NCHC Admissions, Retention, and Completion Survey (ARC). The ARC Survey concluded last week with a solid 22% response rate. Thank you to Henderson Community College, the University of Montevallo, and roughly 200 other NCHC member institutions that submitted surveys since conference in Denver!

  • Partners in the Parks

    Check out this year's Partners in the Parks opportunities.

    Buffalo National River May 10-17. 2015 Glen Canyon National Recreation Area/Lake Powell May 11-16, 2015 Great Smoky Mountains May 16-22, 2015 Parashant National Monument/Grand Canyon National Park May 25-30, 2015 Missouri National Recreational River June 20-27, 2015 Black Canyon August 10-15, 2015 Sequoia National Park August 10-15, 2015 Mount Rainier National Park August 10-15, 2015 Great Basin National Monument August 2015 (tbd) Everglades National Park December 27, 2015-January 2, 2016

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