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2012 Conference


 November 14-18, 2012
Boston, Massachusetts

"Challenging Structures"

During the American Revolution, Boston’s citizens sought independence from arbitrary authority while preserving interdependence and community. Reflecting similar values, the honors revolution has challenged the structure of undergraduate education. Honors faculty foster independent thought, motivation, and scholarship in students while encouraging collaboration within a community of scholars. As we gather in Boston, we will highlight the scholarship of teaching and learning while reexamining our practices, pedagogy, and communities to extend the challenge of the honors revolution in education.

Thanks to everyone who helped make conference a success!  If you attended the conference in Boston, please be sure to complete the conference evaluation to assist planners in setting up the 2013 Annual Conference in New Orleans.

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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