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Bibliography of Journals and Monographs Consolidated

Achterberg, Cheryl. “The Ages of Imitation, Authenticity and Originality.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 41-42.

  • “Differences Between an Honors Program and Honors College.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 87-96.
  • Fundrai$ing for Honor$: A Handbook. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2009. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Honors Assessment and Evaluation.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 37-39.
  • “Honors in Research: Twenty Years Later.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 33-36.
  • “Penn State Schreyer Honors College.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 54.
  • “What is an Honors Student?” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 75-83. 

Achterberg, Cheryl, Amanda Wetzel, and Emily Whitbeck. “Student-Led Quality Teams in the Classroom.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 75-88.

Achterberg, Cheryl L. “What’s Missing in Honors Education: A Theory-driven Approach.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 139-43. Monographs in Honors Education.

Aievoli, Patrick. “Supporting the Aesthetic through Metaphorical Thinking.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 89-99.

Albert, A. Midori, and Katherine E. Bruce. “Introducing the Video Web-board as a Technologic Enhancement to Your Honors Course.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 33-44.

Allen, Janice. “The Lower Ninth Ward—First Impressions, Final Realizations, Future Plans.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 53-56. NCHC Monograph Series.

Altman, Matthew C. “Beyond the Great Books: Increasing the Flexibility, Scope, and Appeal of an Honors Curriculum.” HIP 6 (2010): 125-139.

Andrews, Larry. “At Play on the Fields of Honor(s).” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 33-35.

  • Fundrai$ing for Honor$: A Handbook. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2009. NCHC Monograph Series
  • “Grades, Scores, and Honors: A Numbers Game?” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 23-30.
  • “If Not Sufficiency, at Least Empowerment.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 37-38.
  • “The Multi-Collegiate University Setting: Kent State University.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 65-74. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “The Wisdom of Our Elders: Honors Discussions in The Superior Student, 1958-65.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 17-46. 

Andrews, Larry R. Fundrai$ing for Honor$: A Handbook. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2009. NCHC Monograph Series.

Arcus, Doreen. “Welcoming Einstein: Students with Disabilities in the Honors Program.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 41-59. NCHC Monograph Series.

Arnold, Thomas P., Francis A. Frierson, and Neil Sebacher, Jr. “An NIH- and NSF-Funded Program in Biological Research for Community College Students.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 75-81.

Aramburo, Kimberly, and Suketu Bhavsar. “Undocumented in Honors.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 47-50.

Ashby-Martin, Christina. “Multi-Level Benefits of Using Research Journals in Honors.” HIP 3 (2007): 141-148.

Ashton, William A. “Honors Needs Diversity More than the Diverse Need Honors.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 65-67.

Ashton, William A., Barbara Ashton, Renny Eapen, and Erzuile Mars. “Ad Tracking, Brand Equity Research, and . . . Your Honors Program.” HIP 6 (2010): 163-173.

Atwell, Bill, and Kathleen King. “Growing From Within: Comparisons between Partners in the Parks and Short-Term Study Abroad.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 45-57. NCHC Monograph Series.

Austin, C. Grey. Honors Programs: Development, Review, and Revitalization. National Collegiate Honors Council, 1991. Monographs in Honors Education.

Bach, Betsy, Rachel Kinkie, and Sam Schabacker. “Using Student Mentors in an ‘Introduction to Honors’ Course.” HIP 1 (2005): 139-145.

Badenhausen, Richard. “Costs and Benefits in the Economy of Honors.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 15-22.

  • “‘Help, I Need Somebody’: Rethinking How We Conceptualize Honors.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 27-31.
  • “Immigrant Song: A Cautionary Note about Technology and Honors.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 29-33.

Baigent, Elizabeth. “Academic Tourist or Scholar Abroad: Deep Approaches to Learning.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 3-19. NCHC Monograph Series.

Baird, Davis. “Following in the Footsteps of the Founders.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 139-146. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Barron, Deirdre, and Margaret Zeegers. “Honours in Australia: Globally Recognised Preparation for a Career in Research (or Elsewhere).” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 35-45.

Barst, Julie M., April Brooks, Leda Cempellin, and Barb Kleinjan. “Peer Review Across Disciplines: Improving Student Performance in the Honors Humanities Classroom.” HIP 7 (2011): 127-136.

Barst, Julie M., Julie D. Lane, and Christine Stewart-Nuñez. “Women Shaping Their World: An Honors Colloquium.” HIP 8 (2012): 63-78.

Bartelds, Vladimir, Lyndsay Drayer, and Marca V. C. Wolfensberger. “Mission, Performance Indicators, and Assessment in U. S. Honors: A View from the Netherlands.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 129-145.

Bass, Amy. “The Art of the Mash-up: Students in the Age of Digital Reproduction.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 35-37.

Bates, Bradley J., and Carolyn A. Haynes. “Bridging the Jock-Geek Culture War.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 29-32.

Baxter, Bonnie K., and Bridget M. Newell. “Science, Power, and Diversity: Bringing Science to Honors in an Interdisciplinary Format.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 85-101. NCHC Monograph Series.

Beck, Elizabeth. “Student Perspectives on Honors Semesters.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 43-50. NCHC Monograph Series.

Beard, Jennifer, Ryan D. Shelton, Amanda Stevens, George H. Swindell IV, and Raymond J. Green. “Student-Guided Thesis Support Groups.” HIP 6 (2010): 69-72.

Bell, Gary. “Honors and Intercollegiate Athletics.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 61-65.

  • “The New Model Education.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 47-60. 

Bell, Gary M. “The Pillars of College Creation.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed.

Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 147-157. NCHC Monograph Series.

Bell, James D. “Expand the Honors Curriculum: Teach Entrepreneurship, Risk-Taking,and Change Across the Curriculum.” HIP 1 (2005): 93-101.

Birgen, Mariah. “SENCER: Honors Science for All Honors Students.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 55-60. NCHC Monograph Series.

Bishop, David M., and Kelli S. Sittason. “Integrating an Honors Minor, Education Major and Global Teacher Preparation.” HIP 3 (2007): 87-97.

Black, Kathleen. “Some Multidisciplinary Practices.” HIP 7 (2011): 197-205.

Blaich, Charles F., and Mauri A. Ditzler. “Creating a Common Voice for Liberal Arts Education.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 27-30.

Bleicher, Elizabeth. “The Last Class: Critical Thinking, Reflection, Course Effectiveness, and Student Engagement.” HIP 7 (2011): 39-51.

Blythe, Heather L. “Ethics on an Honors College Campus: An Analysis of Attitudes and Behaviors of Honors Students versus Non-Honors Students.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 25-35.

Bolch, Kambra. “Contracting in Honors.” HIP 1 (2005): 49-61.

Bonine, Kevin E. “Gourmet to Galapagos: Experiential Learning in the Sciences.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 87-96. NCHC Monograph Series.

Boren, Mark. “On Honors Students Dreaming the Gothic.” HIP 8 (2012): 85-100.

Brabant, Margaret, and Anne M. Wilson. “Community Beyond Honors: Butler University’s Community Fellows Program.” HIP 2 (2006): 35-42.

Brady, Sara, Hesham Elnagar, and Shane Miller. “Students Engaging Students in the Honors Experience.” HIP 6 (2010): 143-162.

Braid, Bernice. “The Age of False Positives.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 25-27.

  • “City as Text™.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 51-54. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Cultivating Too.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 91-94.
  • “Engagement in Learning, Liberal Education, and Honors.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 31-36. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • Foreword. Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 9-11. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Honors and Class.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 69-73.
  • “Honors Semesters: An Architecture of Active Learning.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 19-27. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • Introduction. Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 9-10. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Liberal Education and the Challenge of Intergrative Learning.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 53-58.
  • “Majoring in the Minor: A Closer Look at Experimental Learning.” HIP (2008): 37-42.
  • “Promoting a Largeness of Mind: Preparing Faculty for Honors International Field Experiences.” PreparingTomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 155-65. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Summer High School Field Experiences.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 55-57. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Braid, Bernice, and Ada Long. “Recommended Readings.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 87-90. NCHC Monograph Series.

Braid, Bernice, and Gladys Palma de Schrynemakers. “A Case Among Cases.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 25-32.

  • “Conservation, Experimentation, Innovation, and Model Honors Programs.” JNCHC12.2 (2011): 79-84. 

Braziller, Amy, and Chris Howell. “Red Rocks Community College.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 55-56.

Brewton, Vince. “What Honors Can Do.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 39-41.

Briggs, Kaitlin A. “Honors Students as Philosophers and Detectives.” HIP 9 (2013): 27-37.

  • “Individual Achievement in an Honors Research Community: Teaching Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development.” HIP 6 (2010):61-68.
  • “Thesis as Rhizome: A New Vision for the Honors Thesis in the Twenty-First Century.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 103-114. 

Brock, Martin. “Using Sun-Science to Explore Connections between Science and the Humanities.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 165-174. NCHC Monograph Series.

Brown, Jr., Earl, and Margaret C. Brown. “Enriching the Academic Community Through a Semester-long Honors Symposium.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 104-8. Monographs in Honors Education.

Brown, Ryan. “Grades, Scores, and Honors Education.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 41-43.

Bruce, Katherine E. “Determining the Significance of Honors.” HIP 4 (2008): 17-20.

Buckner, Ellen. “Honors Research in Nursing: Integration of Theory and Evidence-Based Practice using Multiple Modalities of Thinking.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 53-60.

Buckner, Ellen B. “Encouraging Scientific Thinking and Student Development.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 25-37. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Ten Steps to Honors Publication: How Students Can Prepare Their Honors Work for Publication.” HIP 3 (2007): 149-155. 

Buckner, Ellen B., and Keith Garbutt. Introduction. The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 7-12. NCHC Monograph Series.

Buckner, Ellen B., and Lygia Holcomb. “Creating International Opportunities for Honors Students in the Health Professions: A Nursing Case Study.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 275-87. NCHC Monograph Series.

Buckner, Ellen B., and Cynthia Leach-Fuller. “Honors and the Creative Arts in Nursing: Music Therapy to Decrease Anxiety in Critical Care Patients.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 77-82.

Bukiet, Bruce, and Roy Goodman. “Methods of Applied Mathematics.” HIP 3 (2007): 171-175.

Burton, Kristy, Erin Wheeler McKenzie, and Patrick Damo. “Honors Ambassadors: A Framework for Enhancing Student and Program Development.” HIP 5 (2009): 171-188.

Calise, Angela. “My Incredible Journey to Zion National Park.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 131-136. NCHC Monograph Series.

Camarena, Phame, and Helen Collins. “Lessons from Ten Years of a Faculty-Led International Service-Learning Program: Planning, Implementation, and Benefits for First-Year Honors Students.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 85-104. NCHC Monograph Series.

Campbell, K. Celeste. “Allocation of Resources: Should Honors Programs Take Priority?” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 95-103.

  • “The Perceived Value of Honors Work as It Relates to Faculty Promotion and Tenure.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 13-25. 

Campbell, Stephen R., Robert T. Grammer, Lonnie Yandell, and William H. Hooper.

“Honors Analytics: Science, An Interdisciplinary Lab-Based Course on Visual Perception.” HIP 8 (2012): 55-62.

Carmichael, Tami. “Teaching Disease: Utilizing Interdisciplinary Skills and Experiential Learning in an Honors Class.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 183-193. NCHC Monograph Series.

Carnicom, Scott. “Honors Education: Innovation or Conservation?” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 49-54.

  • “Predicting Student Success, Ameliorating Risk, and Guarding against Homogeneity in Honors.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 35-39. 

Carnicom, Scott, and Christopher A. Snyder. “Learning Outcomes Assessment in Honors: An Appropriate Practice?” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 69-82.

Carnicom, Scott, and Michael Clump. “Assessing Learning Style Differences Between Honors and Non-Honors Students.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 37-43.

Carnicom, Scott, and Philp M. Mathis. “Building an Honors Development Board.” HIP 5 (2009): 41-46.

Carnicom, Scott, K., Watson Harris, Barbara Draude, Scott McDaniel, and Philip M. Mathis. “The Advanced Classroom Technology Laboratory: Cultivating Innovative Pedagogy.” HIP 3 (2007): 121-127.

Carrafiello, Susan. “Wright State University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 58.

Carrish, Sharon. “Reviving an Honors Program with Specialized Sequence Tracks.” HIP1 (2005): 63-77.

Carter, D. Bruce. “Honors, Honor Codes, and Academic Integrity: Where Do They Converge and Diverge?” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 15-20.

Carubia, Josephine, Sara Faber, Soma Kedia, Nicole Sandretto, Adam Tarosky, and Joann C. Vender. “Patterns of Engagement in Service Leadership: First Year to Senior Year.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 79-89. Monographs in Honors Education.

Carubia, Josephine M., and Renata S. Engel. “Introduction: Unpacking the Research Encyclopedia.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 3-10. Monographs in Honors Education.

Castro-Johnson, Malaika, and Alvin Y. Wang. “Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance of College Honors and Non-Honors Freshmen.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 105-14.

Cempellin, Leda. “Turning Challenges into Gold: Cross-Listing Introductory Honors with Advanced Classes in the Visual Arts.” HIP 8 (2012): 35-42.

Chamley-Wiik, Donna, Jeffrey R. Galin, Krista Kasdorf, and Jerome E. Haky. “Combining Chemistry and College Writing: A New Model for an Honors Undergraduate Chemistry Course.” HIP 5 (2009): 77-96.

Charpie, John C., and Michael Shea. “Science and Writing.” HIP 2 (2006): 129-133.

Chaszar, Julianna. “A Historical Perspective on Interdisciplinarity and Undergraduate Research in Honors Education.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 120-25. Monographs in Honors Education.

Chess, Richard. “To Make the Rest Participate In It: The Use of Contemplative Pedagogy in The Holocaust and the Arts.” HIP 9 (2013): 39-45.

Cisneros, Jeffrey. “John Boswell: Posting Historical Landmarks at the Leading Edge of the Culture Wars.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 53-79.

Clark, Larry. “Honors Director as Coach: For the Love of the Game.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 45-50.

  • “Motivational Issues in the Education of Academically Talented College Students.”

Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 65-106. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “A Review of the Research on Personality Characteristics of Academically Talented College Students.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 7-20. Monographs in Honors Education. 

Clark, Larry, and Larry Crockett. “Using Technology in the Honors Classroom.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 87-92. Monographs in Honors Education.

Clarke, James. “Circles.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 191-198. NCHC Monograph Series.

Clauss, James J. “The Benefits of Honors Education for All College Students.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 95-100.

Clauss, James J., and Ed Taylor. “Student Athletics and Honors: Building Relationships.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 41-43.

Cobane, Craig T. “Honors in 2025: Becoming What You Emulate.” HIP 4 (2008): 25-28.

  • “Moving Mountains: Honors as Leverage for Institutional Change.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 101-104. 

Cobane, Craig T., and Derick B. Strode. “Literary New England: Planning and Implementing Domestic Travel Study.” HIP 4 (2008): 127-140.

Cobane, Craig T., and Lindsey B. Thurman. “‘BBQ with the Profs’ and the Development of Collegial Associations.” HIP 3 (2007): 129-137.

Coey, Aaron T., and Carolyn Haynes. “Honors Pre-Thesis Workshop, 2.0” HIP 8 (2012): 109-131.

Cohen, Ira. “Robert Burns, Peter Sederberg, and Higher Education Administration.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 27-28.

Cole-Will, Rebecca. “A Delicate Balance: Managing Cultural Resources in a National Park.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 27-34. NCHC Monograph Series.

Coleman, Finnie D. “The Problem with Diversity: Moving Past the Numbers.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 239-249. NCHC Monograph Series.

Coleman, Lisa L. “Being There for Honors Leadership.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 41-44.

  • “Introduction: Changing Our Selves, Changing the World: Setting the Table for Diversity.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 11-18. NCHC Monograph Series. 
  • “Psyche as Text: Diversity Issues and First-Year Honors Composition.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 201-225. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Community-Based Leadership: Visions of Hope from South Africa.” [InternationalModel Course.] PreparingTomorrow’s GlobalLeaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 343-45. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Corbitt, Douglas, Allison Wallace, Corey Womack, and Patrick Russell. “The Neptune Academy: Honors Students Give Back.” HIP 7 (2011): 151-173.

Cordero, Minerva, Theresa Jorgensen, and Barbara A. Shipman. “Designing Independent Honors Projects in Mathematics.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 185-196. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Engaging the Honors Student in Lower-Division Mathematics.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 117-138. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Corley, Christopher R., and John Zubizarreta. “The Power and Utility of Reflective Learning Portfolios in Honors.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 63-76.

Cosgrove, John R. “The Impact of Honors Programs on Undergraduate Academic Performance, Retention, and Graduation.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 45-53.

Crans, Alissa S., and Robert J. Robetti. “Beyond Formulas: A Collaboration between Liberal Arts Honors Underclassmen and Senior Math Majors.” HIP 7 (2011): 115-126.

Crockett, Larry. “Fundamental Issues in Honors Teaching: Data, Information Knowledge, and  Wisdom on the Wired Campus.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 21-32. Monographs in Honors Education.

Crockett, Larry J. “Replacing Appearance with Reality: What Should Distinguish Science in an Honors Program?” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 253-261. NCHC Monograph Series.

“Cultures in Contact.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 366-68. NCHC Monograph Series.

Cundall, Michael. “Service Learning and Skunkworks in a Senior Honors Colloquium.” HIP 6 (2010): 117-123.

Cundall, Michael K., Jr. “Admissions, Retention, and Reframing the Question ‘Isn’t It Just More Work?’” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 31-34.

  •  “How to Develop and Promote an Undergraduate Research Day.” HIP 2 (2006): 49-57.
  • “Responsibility and Imitation.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 39-40.
  • “The Science of Humor: An Interdisciplinary Honors Course.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 229-238. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Cyphert, Amy Beth, and Keith Garbutt. “The Balkanization of University Support Systems: FERPA’s Chilling Effect on Campuses and How Honors Administrators Can Break the Ice.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 47-53.

Daffron, Eric, and Christopher J. Holland. “Honors Living-Learning Communities: A Model of Success and Collaboration.” HIP 5 (2009): 197-209.

Daniel, William W. “Faculty Institutes.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 54-55. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Honors Semesters: An Anatomy of Active Learning.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 11-17. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Davis, Liza. “Enhancing Environmental Literacy and Global Learning among Honors Students.” HIP 5 (2009): 115-123.

Davis, Mike. “Nothing Succeeds Like Failure: Managing Loss in a Renascent Honors Program.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 53-55.

Davis, Ray J., and Soncerey L. Montgomery. “Honors Education at HBCUs: Core Values, Best Practices, and Select Challenges.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 73-87.

Dean, Kevin W. and Michael B. Jendzurski. “Affirming Quality Teaching: A Valuable Role for Honors.” HIP 8 (2012): 183-191.

  • “An Interpersonal Engagement Approach to International Study: Lessons in Leadership and Service Learning from South Africa.” PreparingTomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 105-32. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Using Post-Study-Abroad Experiences to Enhance International Study.” HIP(2013): 99-111. 

DeFrank-Cole, Lisa, Rose Cole, and Keith Garbutt. “Does Broad-Based Merit Aid Affect Socioeconomic Diversity in Honors?” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 61-64.

Dekker, Mischa, et al. “Learning as Salon: Honors International Collaboration.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 75-84. NCHC Monograph Series.

DeLeon, Michael R. “Mira al Espejo: A Reflection on Serving Latina/o Honors Students in Texas.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 61-75. NCHC Monograph Series.

de Souza Fleith, Denise; Aderson Luiz Costa, Jr.; and Eunice M. L. Soriano de Alencar. “The Tutorial Education Program: An Honors Program for Brazilian Undergraduate Students.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 47-53.

Destler, William W. “The Maryland Gemstone Program.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 31-35. Monographs in Honors Education.

Devon, Richard, and Pierre Buvat. “Leaving Home with It: Using Information Technology to Create Cross-national Design Teams.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 63-69. Monographs in Honors Education.

Digby, Joan. “The Age of Imitation.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 17-24.

  • “On Class and Class.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 43-47.
  • “Crisis in the Wilderness.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 19-22.
  • “Further Thoughts on the Future of NCHC.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 73-75.
  • GO HONORS!JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 21-27.
  • “Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 50-51.
  • Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Partners in the Park.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 60-64. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Sleeping Bag Seminars.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 57-58. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “They Graduated.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 57-59. 

Digby, Joan, and Tracey Christy. “Keeping Honors Information Current.” HIP 1 (2005): 17-19.

Digby, Joan, and Kathleen Nolan. “Honoring the National Parks: A Local Adaptation of a Partners in the Parks Adventure.” HIP 8 (2012): 23-33.

DiLauro, Alyce, Teron Meyers, and Laura Guertin. “The Value of Extending the Honors Contract Beyond One Semester: A Case Study with Smithsonian Dinosaurs.” HIP 6 (2010): 109-115.

Dingledine, Don. “‘In Landlessness Alone Resides the Highest Truth’; or, At Sea with Honors.” HIP 9 (2013): 15-25.

Doherty, John J., and Ketchner, Kevin. “Making Connections: Technology and Interaction in an Honors Classroom.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 65-68.

Donahue, Neil H. “The Honors Differential: At Home and Abroad.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 47-50.

Dooley, Kevin L. “Defending the Traditions by Preserving the Classics.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 55-58.

Donovan, Kevin. “People Who Think Otherwise.” HIP 5 (2009): 27-30.

Donovan, Leslie A. “Jesters Freed from their Jack-in-the-Boxes: Or Springing Creativity Loose from Traditionally Entrenched Honors Students.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 93-103.

  • “Monsters and Marvels Through the Ages.” HIP 3 (2007): 181-185. 

Doran, Michael. “Honors Senior Theses Are ABET Friendly: Developing a Process to Meet Accreditation Requirements.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 197-206. NCHC Monograph Series.

Dowd, Jaclyn, Lisa Markus, Julie Schrader, and Anne M. Wilson. “An Honors Alumni Mentor Program at Butler University.” HIP 7 (2011): 137-148.

Dowling Fink, Alix D., and M. Leigh Lunsford. “Bridging the Divides: Using a Collaborative Honors Research Experience to Link Academic Learning to Civic Issues.” HIP 5 (2009): 97-113.

Driscoll, Marsha B. “National Survey of College and University Honors Programs Assessment Protocols.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 89-109.

Dudley, Charles (Jack). “Letter from Charles (Jack) Dudley.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 15-19.

  • “Managing Trouble in Troubled Times: A Responsibility of Honors.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 15-17. 

Dunbar, David, Melissa Terlecki, Nancy Watterson, and Lisa Ratmansky. “An Honors Interdisciplinary Community-Based Research Course.” HIP 9 (2013): 129-140.

Dupont-Morales, M. A. “Issue Reaction: Integrating Service Learning into Academic Courses.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 100-1. Monographs in Honors Education.

Eckert, Rich, Ashley Grimm, Kevin J. Roth, and Hallie E. Savage. “A Collaborative Recruitment Model between Honors and Athletic Programs for Student Engagement and Retention.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 33-39.

Edman, Laird R. O. Conclusion. Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 103-111. Monographs in Honors Education.

  • “Teaching Critical Thinking in the Honors Classroom.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 45-64. Monographs in Honors Education. 

Edman, Laird R. O., and Sally Oakes Edman. “Emotional Intelligence and the Honors Student.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 15-24.

Edwards, Michael. “Multi-disciplinary Study, Responsible Policy-making, and Problem-based Learning in Honors Courses.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 54-58. Monographs in Honors Education.

England, Richard. “The Helmholtz Maneuver, or The Idea of (Honors in) a University.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 59-63.

  • “Honors Programs in Four-Year Institutions in the Northeast: A Preliminary Survey toward a National Inventory of Honors.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 71-82.
  • “Plato among the Plagiarists: The Plagiarist as Perpetrator and Victim.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 35-37.
  • “Recovering Controversy: Teaching Controversy in the Honors Science Classroom.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 73-83. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Enriquez, Rony. “Encountering a Bear at Bryce Canyon.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 97-99. NCHC Monograph Series.

Erickson, Rodney A. “Why Involve Students in Research?” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 24-30. Monographs in Honors Education.

Estess, Ted L. “Becoming Part of a Story.” HIP 6 (2010): 235-242.

  • “Books, Books, Books.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 10-17.
  • “Honors Scholarship: Another View.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 25-27. 

Etheridge, Brian C., Galen Turner, Heath Tims, and Christian A. Duncan. “Studies in Cyberspace: Honors, Professional Teacher Development, Curricular Development, and Systemic Change in Louisiana.” HIP 6 (2010): 189-201.

“Experiencing the New Europe.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 346-49. NCHC Monograph Series.

Fahy, Greg. “Philosophy in the Parks.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 145-151. NCHC Monograph Series.

Fann, Sarah L. “Time Management and the Experience of Partners.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 161-163. NCHC Monograph Series.

Feinstein, Sandy, and Jeff Kurtz. “Honors Collaborations: The Presidency in Speech and Composition.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 59-62. Monographs in Honors Education.

Feldstein Ewing, Sarah W. and Bevin Ehn. “Understanding and Defining Addiction in an Honors Context.” HIP 7 (2011): 87-101.

Fields, Joyce W. “To Speak or Not to Speak: That is the Question.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 37-40.

  • “Using External Review in the Honors Project Process.” HIP 4 (2008): 155-161. 

Flynn, Nick. “Important Issues for Growing an Honors Program.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 29-32.

  • “When It Comes Time Not to ‘Jump the Shark’: Stepping Down as Director.” HIP 6 (2010): 215-220. 

Folds-Bennett, Trisha, and Mary Pat Twomey. “Honors in Honduras: Engaged Learning in Action.” HIP 9 (2013): 85-97.

Ford, Jim. “Creating an Honors Culture.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 27-29.

Ford, Jim, and Laura Gray. “Team Teaching on a Shoestring Budget.” HIP 7 (2011): 103-111.

Fosnight, Stephanie Renee. “When Austen’s Heroines Meet: A Play in One Act.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 113-36.

Frana, Philip L. “Implementing Wikis in Honors Courses.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 53-56.

Frank, Adam D. “Rethinking Asian Studies in the Interdisciplinary Honors Setting.” HIP 7 (2011): 71-85.

Franson, Margaret. “‘The Play’s the Thing’: Theater Arts and Liberal Learning.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 21-25.

Freeland, Lisa New. “Fun and Games of Teaching: Simulations in a Social Problems Course.” HIP 2 (2006): 85-96

“French Communication and Culture.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 363-65. NCHC Monograph Series.

Freyman, Jay. “What is an Honors Student?” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 23-29.

  • “When It’s Bad Cess to Assess!” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 41-42. 

Frost, Christopher J., Timothy L. Hulsey, and Karey Sabol. “‘New Ways of Seeing’: Internationalizing an Honors Program.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 239-74. NCHC Monograph Series.

Frost, Linda. “Academically Adept.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 69-73.

  • “Class, Honors, and Eastern Kentucky: Why We Still Need to Try to Change the World.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 31-35.
  • “Saving Honors in the Age of Standardization.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 21-25.

Fox, Bruce. “I Love Numbers.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 53-54.

  • “Success as an Honors Program Director: What Does it Take?” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 37-39. 

Fuiks, Cheryl L. “Cooperative Learning in Honors Education.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 65-70. Monographs in Honors Education. 

Fuiks, Cheryl L., and Linda W. Rutland Gillison. “A Review of Pedagogy in Honors Courses.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 93-102. Monographs in Honors Education.

Gabelnick, Faith. “Leading and Learning in Community.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 42-52.

Garbutt, Keith. “‘Ah well! I am their leader; I really ought to follow them’: Leading Student Leaders.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 45-48.

  • “Confronting Pseudoscience: An Honors Course in Critical Thinking.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 263-273. NCHC Monograph Series. 
  • “One Size Does Not Fit All: Science and Mathematics in  Honors Program and Colleges.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 15-24. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Gentry, Deborah. “Clickin’ in the Honors Classroom: Using Audience Response Systems to Facilitate Discussion and Decision-Making.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 61-64.

Ghosh, Jayati, M. Patricia Dougherty, and Kenneth Porada. “Dominican University of California’s Honors Program and its Relation to University Heritage and Mission.” HIP 2 (2006): 27-32.

Ghosh, Jayati, Julia Van Der Ryn, Rizza Alcaria, Asta Haman-Dicko, Alma Delia Martinez Torres, and Peter Hoang. “The Dominican University Honors Program and Service Learning: Case Studies Focusing on Engaged Learning and Social Responsibility in Diverse Communities.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 115-134. NCHC Monograph Series.

Giazzoni, Michael. “The Fessenden Honors in Engineering Program.” HIP 3 (2007): 79-82.

Giazzoni, Michael, and Nathan Hilberg. “Dealing with Subjective and Objective Issues in Honors Education.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 57-59.

Gillison, Linda W. Rutland. “Community-Building in Honors Education.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 33-43. Monographs in Honors Education.

Glaze, Eliza and Philp Whalen. “East Meets West.” HIP 2 (2006): 117-120.

Glover, Robert W., Charlie Slavin, Sarah Harlan-Haughey, Jordan P. LaBouff, Justin D. Martin, Mimi Killinger, and Mark Haggerty. “The Genesis of an Honors Faculty: Collective Reflections on a Process of Change.” HIP 8 (2012): 193-212.

Godow, Rew A., Jr. “Honors Program Leadership: The Right Stuff.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 17-23.

Goldberger, Ellen J. “Designing a First-Year Honors Seminar with A Whole New Mind.” HIP 8 (2012): 79-84.

Goodstein, Lynne. “Program Excellence versus Program Growth: Must These Goals Conflict?” HIP 9 (2013): 173-189.

Goodstein, Lynne, and Patricia Szarek. “They Come But Do They Finish? Program Completion for Honors Students at a Major Public University, 1998-2010.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 85-104.

Gordon, Sarah. “Social Systems and Issues: Food & Culture.” HIP 3 (2007): 177-180.

Goriacko, Pavel. “Water Rights.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 159-160. NCHC Monograph Series.

Graham, Devon L. “Turning Over a New Leaf.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 79-85. NCHC Monograph Series.

Grangaard, Daniel R. “Personality Characteristics and Favorite Topics of Students Enrolled in Introduction to Psychology, Honors.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 41-52.

Green, Raymond J., and Sandy Kimbrough. “Honors Admission Criteria: How Important Are Standardized Tests?” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 55-58.

Greenspan, Anders. “Design and Deception at Colonial Williamsburg.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 61-66.

Gresham, Jennifer, Betty Carlson Bowles, Marty Gibson, Kim Robinson, Mark Farris, and Juliana Felts. “Death—Planning for the Inevitable: A Hybrid Honors Course.” HIP 8 (2012): 43-54.

Griffiths, William, Nancy Reichert, and L. R. Ritter. “To Discuss or Not to Discuss: Integrating Pedagogies for Honors and Mathematics.” HIP 6 (2010): 85-99.

Grose, Alan W. “Platonic Thoughts on the Frustrations of Experiential Learning and Teaching: Reflections after the New Orleans Discovery and Recovery Institute.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 121-129. NCHC Monograph Series.

Grube, Andy. “Sitting There in Silence.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 111-114. NCHC Monograph Series.

Guertin, Laura A., and Courtney L. Young. “Using Flickr to Connect a Multi-Campus Honors Community.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 57-60.

Guynn, Anita R. “Place as Text: Town and Gown.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 33-36. NCHC Monograph Series.

Guzy, Annmarie. “A Blue-Collar Honors Story.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 25-29.

  • “Can Faculty Afford Honors?” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 23-27.
  • “The Confidence Game in Honors Admission and Retention.” JNCHC14.2 (2013): 41-45.
  • “Evaluation vs. Grading in Honors Composition Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Grades and Love Teaching.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 31-36.
  • “Faculty Compensation and Course Assessment in Honors Composition.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 105-14.
  • Harry Potter and the Specter of Honors Accreditation.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 85-90.
  • Honors Composition: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Practices. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2003. Monographs in Honors Education.
  • “Honors Culture Clash: The High Achieving Student Meets the Gifted Professor.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 31-34.
  • “Originality Is a Risk.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 29-30.
  • “Research in Honors and Composition” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 37-39.
  • “Why Honors Students Still Need First-Year Composition.” HIP 7 (2011): 63-70. 

Hackemer, Kurt. “More than a COIN Flip: Improving Honors Education with Real Time Simulations Based on Contemporary Events.” HIP 6 (2010): 75-84.

Haggerty, Mark, Theodore Coladarci, Mimi Killinger, and Charlie Slavin. “Honors Thesis Rubrics: A Step toward More Consistent and Valid Assessment in Honors.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 145-166.

Hahn, Leslie and Jim Rogers. “Cultural Enrichment: Finding Where You Fit, Exploring Individuality and Community.” HIP 2 (2006): 111-115.

Hartleroad, Gayle E. “Comparison of the Academic Achievement of First-Year Female Honors Program and Non-Honors Program Engineering Students.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 109-20.

Haynes, Carolyn. “Overcoming the Study Abroad Hype.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 17-24.

Heber, Kelly, Ronald A. Lukens-Bull, and Charles R. Paulson. “Nonviolent Ways to Win the  War on Terror: A Student’s Reflection on Study Abroad Placed into the Institutional Context of the UNF Honors Program.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 171-200. NCHC Monograph Series.

Heincelman, Traci J., Edward J. Majzlik, Christie A. Robinson, and Lindsey J. Wise. “The Insiders: Undergraduates Critically Examine the Pros and Cons of a Team-based Marine Research Program.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 42-47. Monographs in Honors Education

Herbert, Jim. “On Discourse.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 73-74.

Herron, Jerry. “Notes toward an Excellent Marxist-Elitist Honors Admissions Policy.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 17-24.

Herron, Laura Bender. “Redemptive Memory: The Christianization of the Holocaust in America.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 61-91.

Hilberg, Nathan. “Is Originality an Appropriate Requirement for Undergraduate Publication?” HIP 6 (2010): 57-60.

Hilberg, Nathan, and Jaclyn Bankert. “Extra Breadth and Depth in Undergraduate Education: The Institutional Impact of an Interdisciplinary Honors Research Fellowship.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 75-77.

Hill, James P. “What Honors Students Want (And Expect): The Views of Top Michigan High School and College Students.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 95-107.

Hiltner, Judith. “Learning Curves: Fieldwork as Context for Interrogating the Dynamics of Work in American Culture.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 63-83.

“Hiroshima Peace Study.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 339-42. NCHC Monograph Series.

Hogner, Robert H. “Balancing Low Growth with High Success.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 47-52.

Holloway, Alexandria. “The Honors College in a Two-Year College Setting: Miami Dade College.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 45-63. NCHC Monograph Series.

Holman, Debra K. “IM Riff on the IT Overload.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 69-70.

Holman, Debra K., and James H. Banning. “Honors Dissertation Abstracts: A Bounded Qualitative Meta-Study.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 41-61.

Holman, Debra K., Tony R. Smith, and Evan C. Welch. “Honoring Experiential Education.” HIP 5 (2009): 211-218.

Homan, Paul. “A Humanist in Honors: Another Look at Catherine Cater.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 87-90.

The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. NCHC Monograph Series.

Houry, Cecile. “Honors Overseas with an International Population.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 289-300. NCHC Monograph Series.

Huelin, Scott. “The Promise, Perils, and Practices of Multiperspectivism.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 21-26.

Huggett, Kathryn Dey. “Fostering Microenvironments for Teaching and Learning: Findings of a Study of Program Quality in Honors Programs.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 53-88.

Hulsey, Timothy L. “Honors Ex Machina: Changing Perceptions of Honors through Horizontal Integration, A Case Study.” HIP 5 (2009): 47-52.

Humphrey, Ted. “The Genesis of an Idea.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 11-23. NCHC Monograph Series.

Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. Monographs in Honors Education.

Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. NCHC Monograph Series.

“Intercultural Leadership.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 369-71. NCHC Monograph Series.

Introduction to City as Text™ and Overview of Contents. Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 19-25. NCHC Monograph Series.

Irwin, Bonnie. “Hitting the Wall.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 43-45.

  • “Riding a Unicycle Across a Bridge While Juggling: The Musings of an Honors Administrator.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 29-31.
  • “A Student like Me.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 53-54. 

Irwin, Bonnie D. “We Are the Stories We Tell.” HIP 8 (2012): 17-19.

Irwin, Catherine. “Celebrating Twenty Years of Honors through Oral History: Making an Honors Program Video Documentary.” HIP 6 (2010): 221-234.

James, Scott M., and Katherine E. Bruce. “Evolution and Human Nature: Comparing Honors and Traditional Pedagogies for the New Science of the Mind.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 93-102.

James, Theresa A. A Handbook for Honors Programs at Two-Year Colleges. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2006. NCHC Monograph Series.

Jenkins, Alan. “How (or Whether?) to Integrate Research into Classroom Teaching for All Students and All Higher Education Institutions.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 11-23. Monographs in Honors Education.

Johnson, Melissa L. “Building a Better Honors Learning Community through Technology.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 45-48.

  • “Meeting the Aims of Honors in the Online Environment.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 83-99.
  • “The Role of Peer Leaders in an Honors Freshman Experience Course.” HIP 5 (2009): 189-196. 

Johnson, Melissa L., Alexander S. Plattner, and Lauren Hundley. “Designing a Collaborative Blog about Student Success.” HIP 7 (2011): 53-60.

Johnson, Melissa L., Stephanie Podjed, and Sean Taasan. “Engaging Honors Students in Purposeful Planning Through a Concept Mapping Assignment.” HIP 9 (2013): 73-84.

Jones, Beata M., and Peggy W. Watson. “Separate but Equal: Will it Work for Professional Honors Programs?” HIP 5 (2009): 53-74.

Justman, Stewart. “Honors Composition: Thoughts on Pedagogy.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 71-75. 2000. Monographs in Honors Education.

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. “What is an Honors Student? A Noel-Levitz Survey.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 87-95.

Kandl, John. “Crossroads and Beyond.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 105-112. NCHC Monograph Series.

Karsan, Leena, Annie Hakim, and Janaan Decker. “Honors in Ghana: How Study Abroad Enriches Students’ Lives.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 33-36.

Kay, Lisa W. “Statistics in Honors: Teaching Students to Separate Truth from ‘Damned Lies.’” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 139-152. NCHC Monograph Series.

Kelleher, Frances A., and Susan Swartzlander. “Action, Connection, Communication: The Honors Classroom in the Digital Age.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 49-52.

Kelleher, Jacqueline P. “Honors: When Value-Added is Really Added Value.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 55-58.

Kelleher, Maureen E., Lauren C. Pouchak, and Melissa A. Lulay. “The Role of Advanced Placement Credit in Honors Education.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 61-79.

Keller, Robert R., and Michael G. Lacy. “Propensity Score Analysis of an Honors Program’s Contribution to Students’ Retention and Gradation Outcomes.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 73-84.

Kelly, James S. “Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge by Kenneth Bruffee: A Critical Study.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 91-100.

Kelly, Sean K. “Assessing Success in Honors: Getting beyond Graduation Rates.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 25-30.

Khan, Mohammad Ayub, and Ruben Morales-Menendez. “Establishing a Latin American University Honors Program: The Case of Campus Moterrey, Tecnológico de Moterrey, Mexico.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 73-100.

Khé, Sriram. “The Irrelevance of SAT in Honors?” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 79-85.

  • “Searching for Tatiyana.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 49-51.
  • “A Way of Life.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 47-48. 

Killinger, Mimi, Rachel Binder-Hathaway, Paige Mitchell, and Emily Patrick. “Mothers in Honors.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 37-45.

Killinger, Mimi, and Aya Mares. “Fertile Ground: Reflections on Collaborative Student Faculty Research in the Arts.” HIP 6 (2010): 203-206.

King, Kathleen. “Field Notes from a Coordinator.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 171-177. NCHC Monograph Series.

Kinghorn, Janice Rye, and Whitney Womack Smith. “Nontraditional Honors.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 15-21.

Kitagaki, Ikuo, and Donglin Li. “On Training Excellent Students in China and the United States.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 45-54. 

  • “On Training Excellent Students in China and the United States.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 45-54. RPT. in JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 119-128. 

Klein, Jacqueline R., Lisa French, and Pamela Degotardi. “More Than an ID Number or a GPA: Developmental Advising in Honors.” HIP 3 (2007): 101-109.

Klein, Kim, and Mary Kay Mulvaney. “Finding a Way: Addressing the Financial Challenges of Studying Abroad.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Eduation. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 189-95. NCHC Monograph Series.

Knauer, James T. “Dialogue, Politics, and Pedagogy: Lessons from Democracy Lab.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 37-61. NCHC Monograph Series.

Knobel, Dale. “Liberal Education: ‘Learning to Learn.’” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 19-22.

Knox, Bill. “Authenticity in Marco Polo’s Story and in Honors Student Research: An Aside from the Early Renaissance.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 39-41.

Koh, Karlyn, John Chaffee, and Edward Goodman. “Networking an Honors Community out of Fragmentation.” HIP 5 (2009): 161-170.

Kolmerten, Carol. “Learning and Research with Students: The Example of the Tilton/Beecher Scandal.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 59-72.

Kotinek, Jonathan D. Foreword. Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 9-10. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Passing for Black: White Privilege and Black Identity Formation.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 229-238. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Krasne, Betty. “Telling Tales Out of School: Academic Novels and Memoirs by Women.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 27-39.

Kruer, Matthew. “‘A Country Wonderfully Prepared for their Entertainment’: The Aftermath of the New England Indian Epidemic of 1616.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 85-103.

Krummrich, Philip, and Kayla Burton. “Overcoming Obstacles to Studying Abroad for Honors Students.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 167-87. NCHC Monograph Series.

Lacey, Jim. “First-Year ‘Initiation’ Courses in Honors.” HIP 3 (2007): 61-68.

  • “Honors Courses: More Difficult or Different?” HIP 1 (2005): 79-83.
  • “The Senior Honors Thesis: From Millstone to Capstone.” HIP 4 (2008): 143-144 

Ladenheim, Melissa, Kristen Kuhns, and Morgan Brockington. “Ethnogenesis: The Construction and Dynamics of the Honors Classroom Culture.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 129-140.

Lam, Thi. “Philosophy in the Service of Science: How Non-Science Honors Courses Can Use the Evolution-ID Controversy to Improve Scientific Literacy.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 61-71. NCHC Monograph Series.

Lamb, Margaret. “‘Honours’ in the United Kingdom: More Than a Difference of Spelling in Honors Education.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 19-33.

Lane, Jennifer. “The Impact of K-12 Gifted Programs on Postsecondary Honors Programming.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 63-73.

Lane, Jill L., and Joanne M. Cawley. “Issue Reaction: Inquiry-based Learning in the College Classroom.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 126-28. Monographs in Honors Education.

Lang, Andrew, Aimee Raile, and Joy Thrall. “A Multi-Perspective Class Project at Oral Roberts University.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 101-03.

Lanier, Gregory W. “Growth=Bucks(?).” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 33-41.

  • “Towards Reliable Honors Assessment.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 81-149. 

Laws, Page R. “Media Literacy and Liberation: Honors Students as Prophetic Artists and Critics.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 27-41.

Leichliter, Marie E. “Creating Opportunities for Peer Leadership in Honors Education.” HIP 9 (2013): 155-161.

Levinson, Julie, and Richard Mandel. “Teaching Research Methodologies to Professionally Oriented Honors Students.” HIP 9 (2013): 163-172.

Levitan, Herbert. “Grant Support from the National Science Foundation to Improve Undergraduate Education for All Students in Science and Mathematics, Engineering and Technology.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 65-74.

Levy, Diane. “The Shock of the Strange, the Shock of the Familiar: Learning from Study Abroad.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 75-83.

Levy, Foster, Rebecca Pyles, Celia Szarejko, and Linda Wyatt. “Developing an Electronic Repository for Undergraduate Theses.” HIP 8 (2012): 135-146.

Levy, Gayle A. “Sweden in the Summer: Developing an Honors Study-Abroad Program.” HIP 4 (2008): 121-126.

Long, Ada. “External Evaluation of Honors Semesters.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 37-41. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Future Directions.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 83-86. NCHC Monograph Series. 
  • A Handbook for Honors Administrators. National Collegiate Honors Council, 1995. Monographs in Honors Education.
  • “Public Products of Personal Discoveries.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 65-67. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Long, Ada, and Bernice Braid. Preface to the Second Edition. Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 7-8. NCHC Monograph Series.

Longo, Peter J., and John Falconer. “Diversity Opportunities for Higher Education and Honors Programs: A View from Nebraska.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 53-61.

Lopez, L. Luis. “Could Aristotle Teach the Honors Courses I Envision? Theory and Practice in the Arts.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 73-76.

López-Chávez, Celia. “Teaching ‘The Other Legacy,’ Learning About Ourselves: Latin America in Honors.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 67-74.

López-Chávez, Celia, and Ursula L. Shepherd. “What is Expected of Twenty-First Century Honors Students: An Analysis of an Integrative Learning Experience.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 57-70.

Lovata, Troy R. “Learning a Practice Versus Learning to Be a Practitioner: Teaching Archaeology in an Honors Context.” HIP 3 (2007): 15-27.

  • “The Legacy of Ancient Technology.” HIP 2 (2006): 125-128. 

Low, Bernadette. “College Recruitment Exercises.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 58. NCHC Monograph Series. 

  • “Orientation Exercises.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 58-59. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Other Courses.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 59-60. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Professional Development Exercises.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 59. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Lund, Michael, and Geoffrey Orth. “From the White House to Our House: The Story of an Honors College Vegetable Garden.” HIP 6 (2010): 177-187.

Lyons, Karen. “A Delicate Balancing Act: Maximizing the Short-Term Study Abroad Experience.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 315-35. NCHC Monograph Series.

Lyon, Kathy A. “Crete Faculty Institute: A Change in Pedagogical Style.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 99-104. NCHC Monograph Series.

Lyons, Lydia. “Teamwork for NCHC.” HIP 6 (2010): 209-213.

Machonis, Peter. “Overview of the NCHC Faculty Institute in Miami and the Everglades.” HIP 2 (2006): 103.

Machonis, Peter A. “Little Haiti as Text.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 57-64. NCHC Monograph Series.

Machonis, Peter, and Devon Graham. “Looking to the Future: The Everglades from Beginning to End?” HIP 3 (2007): 159-164.

Mack, Pam. “Clemson University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 46.

MacLagan, Molly. “Realizing Early English Drama.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 53-70.

MacLean, John S., and Brian J. White. “Assessing Rigor in Experiential Education: A Working Model from Partners in the Parks.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 101-108.

Malan, Leon C., Judith Muyskens, Anne Ponder, and Ann Page Steckler. “Leading a College as a Liberal Arts Practice.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 18-31.

Malpezzi, Frances M. “Building a City of Ladies with Christine de Pizan and Arkansas State University Honors Students.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 93-100.

Mandt, Jay. “Imitation, Economic Insecurity, and Risk Aversion.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 43-45. 

March, Joe L. “Is Honors General Chemistry Simply More Quantum Mechanics?” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 153-163. NCHC Monograph Series.

Mariz, George. “Accountable to Whom? Assessment for What?” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 43-45.

  • “The Culture of Honors.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 19-25.
  • “Full Circle: The Reappearance of Privilege and Responsibility in American Higher Education.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 13-25.
  • “Honors in the Electronic Age.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 17-21.
  • “Leadership in Honors: What is the Right Stuff?” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 49-52.
  • “Western Washington University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 57.
  • “Women in Honors Education: The Case of Western Washington University.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 87-100. 

Markus, Lisa, Jill McKinney, and Anne M. Wilson. “Exploring the Synergies between Undergraduate Honors Theses and Study Abroad Experiences.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 217-38. NCHC Monograph Series.

Martin, Robyn S. “Mapping a Semester: Using Cultural Mapping in an Honors Humanities Course.” HIP9 (2013): 69-72.

Materón-Arum, Esther. “African American Males in Honors Programs: Suggestions and Best Practices for Success.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 91-98. NCHC Monograph Series.

Mayberry, Lillian F., and Jack Bristol. “An NSF-Funded Opportunity for Pre-Service Science Teachers.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 83-85.

McCabe, Diann A. “Bringing Imagination into the Community through a Poetry-Writing Honors Course.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001):  43-46.

McCoy, Claire Black. “Longwood University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 52.

McCoy, Marcella L. “A Place for Diversity: Experiential Projects in Honors Curricula.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 135-150. NCHC Monograph Series.

McGinley, Mark A. “Transferring a Course Developed for Honors Students to Non Major Biology Students: Lessons Learned.” HIP 1 (2005): 85-91.

McKay, Kyle. “Predicting Retention in Honors Programs.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 77-88.

McLaughlin, Jean E. “The (Un)familiar Library: Managing the Transition for a Growing Number of Honors College Students.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 43-45.

McWenie, Megan. “Seeing Nature: Ansel Adams in the Human and Natural Environments of Yosemite.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 57-71.

Merline, Anne Marie. “Creating a Culture of Conducive Communication in Honors Seminars.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 81-85.

Mihelich, John, Debbie Storrs, and Patrick Pellett. “Transformational Experience through Liberation Pedagogy: A Critical Look at Honors Education.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 97-115.

Millis, Barbara J. “Promoting Critical Thinking through Sequenced Activities.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 137-145. NCHC Monograph Series.

Minick, Theresa A., and Victoria Bocchicchio. “An Honors Pilot Course: Cross-Cultural Service and Inquiry-Based Learning in Mérida, Mexico.” HIP 2 (2006): 59-69.

“Monster and Modernism.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 350-51. NCHC Monograph Series.

Montgomery, Soncerey L., and Uchenna P. Vasser. “Taking It Global.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 37-39.

Moritz, Benjamin. “Can the Elitism of Honors Help Students at Non-Elite Schools?” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 65-67.

Mueller II, Alfred G. “Issue Reaction: Introducing Students to Social Inquiry Research.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 102-3. Monographs in Honors Education.

Mullins, Dail. “The Times They Are A-Changin’.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 41-44.

Mullins, Dail W., Jr. “A Biochemist in Honors.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 21-29.

  • “Interdisciplinary Science Curricula in  Honors.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 209-227. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • Preface. The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 5-6. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Science Literacy and the Undergraduate Science Curriculum: Is It Time to Try Something Different?” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 53-65.
  • “What is Honors?” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 19-22. 

Mulvaney, Mary Kay. “Short-Term International City as Text™ Pedagogy: A High-Impact Educational Practice.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 45-73. NCHC Monograph Series.

Mulvaney, Mary Kay, and Kim Klein. Introduction. Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. ix-xiii. NCHC Monograph Series.

Mussleman, Paul, and Ellen B. Buckner. “Information Literacy as a Co-requisite to Critical Thinking: A Librarian and Educator Parternship.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 39-52. NCHC Monograph Series.

Myers, Janet C., and Mary Jo Festle. “Getting More for Less: When Downsizing in Honors Yields Growth.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 57-66.

Newcomer, Bradley R. “Honors Science for the Non-Science-Bound Student: Where Have We Gone Wrong?” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 105-115. NCHC Monograph Series.

Newell, Bridget M., and Bonnie K. Baxter. “A Scientific Perspective on Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Discussions of Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and  Class.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 151-170. NCHC Monograph Series.

Nguyen, A. Minh. “Transformation through Study Abroad: Critical Thinking and World Citizenship.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 21-43. NCHC Monograph Series.

Nichols, John. “The ‘Little House’ That Can.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 31.

Nichols, Stephen J. “Do You Get the Blues?” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 113-118. NCHC Monograph Series.

Nichols, Timothy J. “The Institutional Impact of Honors through a Campus-Community Common Read.” HIP 8 (2012): 175-182.

Nichols, Timothy J., and Kuo-Liang “Matt” Chang. “Factors Influencing Honors College Recruitment, Persistence, and Satisfaction at an Upper-Midwest Land Grant University.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 105-127.

Nickerson, Matt. Foreword. Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 13-15. NCHC Monograph Series.

Nickolai, Bebe. “In Praise of Silence.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 49-51.

  • “Writing and American Rhetoric.” HIP 2 (2006): 135-139.

 

Niesenbaum, Richard A. “Creating an Undergraduate Culture of Science by Integrating Inquiry, Project-based Learning, and Research into the Curriculum.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 36-41. Monographs in Honors Education.

Noble, Lynne Steyer, and Jennifer E. Dowling. “Where Are the Education Majors and Faculty?” HIP 3 (2007): 83-86.

Ochs, Joy. “Adapting an Honors Pedagogy to a General Studies Travel Course.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 67-71. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Campus as Text: A Faculty Workshop.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 45-49. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Partners in the Parks and the Wilderness Aesthetic.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 125-130. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • ‘You’re Not Typical Professors, Are You?’ Reflections on the NCHC Faculty Institute in Miami and the Everglades.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: ImplementingExperientialLearning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 27-30. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “‘You’re Not Typical Professors, Are You?’: Reflections on the NCHC Faculty Institute in Miami and the Everglades.” HIP 2 (2006): 105-108. 

O’Donnell, Elizabeth. “My Experience as Guest and Host.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 169-170. NCHC Monograph Series.

Orth, Geoffrey. “Funding Honors Needs through Student Government Resources.” HIP 1 (2005): 39-40.

Osborne Martin, Erin. “Understanding Caesar’s Ethnography: A Contextual Approach to Protohistory.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 39-58.

Ostrander, Rick. “The Adopt-A-Village Project.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 73-76. NCHC Monograph Series.

Ostrander, Tammy. “The Evolution of Aesthetic Response in Honors Students.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 105-10.

Oswald, Kenneth J. and Ernest Smith. “A Role for Honors in Conservation and Biodiversity Education.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 167-174.

Otero, Rosalie. “Tenure and Promotion in Honors.” HIP 1 (2005): 21-26.

Otero, Rosalie C. “Faculty-Led International Honors Programs.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 41-45.

  • “Grades, Marks, and Scores, Oh My!” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 45-47.
  • “Portable Widgets and Techie Tattoos: Honors of the Future.” HIP 4 (2008): 21-24.
  • “That Fine Little House.” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 23-26.
  • “A View from the Shoulders.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 53-56.
  • “What Honors Students Are Like Now.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 51-53.
  • “You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto: Honors College? Who Needs It?” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 87-94. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Otero, Rosalie, and Robert Spurrier. Assessing and Evaluating Honors Programs and Honors Colleges: A Practical Handbook. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2005. NCHC Monograph Series.

The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. NCHC Monograph Series.

Owens, Eric W., and Michael Giazzoni. “Honors Students in Crisis: Four Thoughts from the Field.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 37-41.

Parker, Ann T. “Service Learning in the Honors Composition Classroom: What Difference Does It Make?” HIP 3 (2007): 53-59.

Parker, Mara. “The American Musical as an Honors Course: Obstacles and Possibilities.” HIP 4 (2008): 79-85.

Pearson, Bridal, and Deborah Kohl. “African American Males and Honors Programs: Why Are Enrollments So Low? What Can Be Done?” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 31-39. NCHC Monograph Series.

Pehlke, Joy. “The Myth of an Honors Education.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 27-33.

Pennacchio, Charles F. “Honors Colloquium: Berlin in the 1940s.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 74-78. Monographs in Honors Education.

Peters, Jesse. “Implementing Honors Faculty Status: An Adverture in Academic Politics.” HIP 5 (2009): 33-39.

Petruso, Karl M. “Lessons Learned: An Idiosyncratic Top Ten List for Study Abroad Program Directors.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 303-14. NCHC Monograph Series.

Pfeiffer, Mary Lou. “From Cigarette Butts to the ‘Stacks’ and Beyond.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 37-43. NCHC Monograph Series.

Pfrehm, James, and Robert Sullivan. “The Cultural Encounters Model: Incorporating Campus Events into the Honors Curriculum.” HIP 9 (2013): 141-153.

Phillips, Greg. “The Role of Community College Honors Programs in Reducing Transfer Shock.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 97-104.

Piehl, Mel. “The Hopes and Fears of Post-9/11 Years.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 47-49.

Pinti, Daniel. “Is, Ought, and Honors.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 43-45.

Pittman, Anthony A. “Diversity Issues & Honors Education.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 135-38. Monographs in Honors Education.

Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. NCHC Monograph Series.

Portnoy, Jeffrey A. “Balancing on the Edge of Honors: A Meditation.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 55-57.

  • “Business and Educational Values.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 47-51.
  • “Cultivating Honors Excellence in the Other Garden.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 83-85.
  • “An Honors Koan: Selling Water by the River.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 47-51.
  • “Intimations of Imitation: Honors Students and their Alps.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 31-34. 

Pouchak, Lauren C., Maureen E. Kelleher, and Melissa A. Lulay. “Creating Community: Honors Welcome Week Programming.” HIP 4 (2008): 165-175.

Poulson, Nancy Kason. “The Freestanding Honors College: Wilkes Honors College at Florida Atlantic University.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 75-85. NCHC Monograph Series.

Powell, Patricia L. “Honored to be a Part of Service-Learning.” HIP 4 (2008): 97-109.

Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. NCHC Monograph Series.

Pressler, Charlotte. “The Two-Year College Honors Program and the Forbidden Topics of Class and Cultural Capital.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 37-42.

Pressler, Jana L., Eric Rosenfeld, and Marianne Alverbo Larsson. “Stockholm Study Abroad: Scientific Breakthroughs and Nobel Laureates.” HIP 1 (2005): 109-120.

Price, C. P. “Denali 2010: A Study in Contrasts.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 207-210. NCHC Monograph Series.

Pruett, Dave. “Great Questions That Have Changed the World.” HIP 2 (2006): 121-124.

Publius, Donald [Peter C. Sederberg]. “How Not to Create an Honors College: A Dystopian Fantasy.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 111-119. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Quay, Sara E., and Amy M. Damico. “Cultural Studies as the Foundation for an Honors Program: Documenting Students’ Academic and Personal Growth.” HIP 4 (2008): 43-57.

Raia, Ann. “Internal Assessment of Honors Semesters.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 29-36. NCHC Monograph Series.

Raia, Ann, Rosalie Saltzman, and Ada Long. “Honors Semesters Milestones.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 77-83. NCHC Monograph Series.

Railsback, Brian. “Protecting and Expanding the Honors Budget in Hard Times.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 33-36.

Ramaley, Judith A. “Toward a Model of Integrative Learning: The Place of Science in an Honors Curriculum.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 19-29. NCHC Monograph Series.

Randall, Cathy. “The Computer Based Honors Program at the University of Alabama.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 45.

Register, P. Brent, Robert Bullington, and Joe Thomas. “Teaching Arts and Honors: Four Successful Syllabi.” HIP 3 (2007): 29-52.

Reichert, Nancy. “Signifying Difference: The Nontraditional Student and the Honors Program.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 23-32.

Reichert, Nancy L. “The Honors Community: Furthering Program Goals by Securing Honors Housing.” HIP 3 (2007): 111-120.

Riek, Ellen. “Building Community and Fostering Excellence through the Writing Process.” HIP 1 (2005): 103-108.

Riek, Ellen, and Kathryn Sheridan. “Setting the Table for Diversity.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 21-29. NCHC Monograph Series.

Rinn, Anne N. “Academic and Social Effects of Living in Honors Residence Halls.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 67-79.

  • “Major Forerunners to Honors Education at the Collegiate Level.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 63-84.
  • “Pre-College Experiences and Characteristics of Gifted Students.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 9-17. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Rhodes Scholarships, Frank Aydelotte, and Collegiate Honors Education.” JNCHC 4.1 (2003): 27-39. 

Rinn, Anne N., and Craig T. Cobane. “Elitism Misunderstood: In Defense of Equal Opportunity.” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 53-56.

Riordan, Sheilagh Margaret. “French á la carte: Maintaining a Language Program on a Shoestring.” HIP 6 (2010): 101-108.

Roberts, Lindsay, and Jessie Salmon. “Creating Faculty-Student Interaction.” HIP 4 (2008): 177-179.

Robertson, Julie Fisher, and Donna Rane-Szostak. “Helping Honors Students Improve Critical Thinking.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 41-52.

Rochelson, Meri-Jane. “Florida International University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 48.

Roemer, Robert E. “The Forum for Honors: An Expanded View.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 29-32.

Ross, Laura O., and Marcia A. Roman. “Assessing Student Learning in Community College Honors Programs Using the CCCSE Course Feedback Form.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 73-92.

Ruebel, James S. “Honors and Athletics: The ‘Sound Body’ Thing.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 51-55.

Rushton, Rusty. “The Literature and Cinema of Revenge.” HIP 3 (2007): 187-189.

Rutkowski, Joanne. “Issue Reaction: Honors Theses in the Creative and Performing Arts.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 51-53. Monographs in Honors Education.

Ryan, Cynthia, Michele Gould, and Diane C. Tucker. “Communicating Science: An Approach to Teaching Technical Communication in a Science and Technology Honors Program.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 167-183. NCHC Monograph Series.

Salas, Angela M. “Articulating the Distinctiveness of the Honors Learning Experience.” JNCHC 13.1 (2012): 29-31.

  • “Helping Honors Students in Trouble.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 23-25.
  • “An Honors Director’s Credo.” HIP 5 (2009): 153-158.
  • “Nontraditional Honors and the Hopefulness of Summer Reading.” JNCHC 14.1 (2013): 33-35. 

Sanders, Sara L., and Janet S. Files. “Seeing the World Anew: Creative Arts in the Honors Curriculum.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 47-57. 

Sanford, Glenn M. “Science Education: The Perils of Science Illiteracy, the Promise of Science Education.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 275-286. NCHC Monograph Series.

Sanon-Jules, Lisa Brockenbrough. “How Honors Programs Can Assist in the Transition of Gifted First-Generation and African American College Students.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 99-113. NCHC Monograph Series.

Savage, Hallie E. “Rev. of How to Write a BA Thesis: A Practical Guide from Your First Ideas to Your Finished Paper, by Charles Lipson.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 139-40.

  • “Stability in the Context of Change.” HIP 5 (2009): 15-18. 

Saylors, Darris Catherine. “The Virgin Mary: A Paradoxical Model for Roman Catholic Immigrant Women of the Nineteenth Century.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 109-144.

Schlenker, Jon A. “Technology, Distance Education, and Honors.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 17-22.

Schneider, Carol. “Presidents’ Campaign for the Advancement of Liberal Learning (CALL).” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 33-35.

“Scholars’ Semester in Oxford.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 356-59. NCHC Monograph Series.

Schray, Kateryna A. R. “Into the Afterlife and Back with Honors Students.” HIP 7 (2011): 21-38.

  • “Literary Ornithology: Bird-Watching Across Academic Disciplines with Honors Students.” HIP 4 (2008): 61-77. 

Schroeder, Debra S., Marian Bruce, and Sr. Edith Bogue. “The Roles and Activities of Honors Directors: Similarities and Differences across Carnegie Institution Types.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 107-143.

Schuman, Sam. “Chaucer, Mountain Hiking, and Honors Program Leadership.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 25-27.

  • “College Sports, Honors, Five Liberal Lessons, and Milo of Crotona.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 15-19.
  • If Honors Students Were People: Holistic Honors Education. Lincoln:    National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Honors Scholarship and Forum for Honors.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 19-23.
  • Wholly Spirit: Searching to a Plausible God by C. Grey Austin.” HIP 4 (2008): 183-184. 

Schuman, Samuel. Beginning in Honors: A Handbook. 4th ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2006. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Catherine’s Plenty.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 7-8.
  • “Cultivating: Some Thoughts on the NCHC’s Future.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 69-72.
  • “Ending in Honors.” HIP 5 (2009): 19-25.
  • Honors Programs at Smaller Colleges. 3rd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2011. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Labors of Love.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 85-90.
  • “Teaching Honors.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 31-33.
  • “We THINK We Can, We THINK We Can….” JNCHC 3.1 (2002): 15-18. 

Scott, Richard Ira, and Donna Bowman. “It’s the Pedagogy, Stupid.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 41-44.

Scott, Richard Ira, and Philip L. Frana. “Honors 2025: The Future of the Honors College.” HIP 4 (2008): 29-33.

Sederberg, Peter C. “Characteristics of the Contemporary Honors College: A Descriptive Analysis of a Survey of NCHC Member Colleges.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 121-36.

  • “Characteristics of the Contemporary Honors College: A Descriptive Analysis of a Survey of NCHC Member Colleges.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 25-42. NCHC Monograph Series. 
  • Introduction. The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 5-7. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “Nothing Fails Like Success: Managing Growth in a Highly Developed Honors Program.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 17-26.
  • “Simple, Pure, and True: An Emergent Vision of Liberal Learning at the Research University.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 43-51.
  • “Sustaining Vitality in the Established Honors College.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 121-138. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. NCHC Monograph Series.

Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. NCHC Monograph Series.

Skewes, Juan Carlos, Carlos Alberto Cioce Sampaio, and Frederick J. Conway. “Honors in Chile: New Engagements in the Higher Education System.” HIP 2 (2006): 15-26.

  • “Honors in Chile: New Engagements in the Higher Education System.” HIP 2 (2006): 15-26. RPT. in JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 55-71. 

Slavin, Charles. “Defining Honors Culture.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 15-18.

Slavin, Charles, Theodore Coladarci, and Phillip A. Pratt. “Is Student Participation in an Honors Program Related to Retention and Graduation Rates?” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 59-69.

Slavin, Charlie, and Chris Mares. “Honors Curriculum Development in a Real World.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 195-201. NCHC Monograph Series.

Shepherd, Ursula L. “Creative Approaches to Teaching Science in an Honors Setting.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 53-61.

Shushok, Frank, Jr. “Student Outcomes and Honors Programs: A Longitudinal Study of 172 Honors Students 2000-2004.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 85-96.

Smith, Matthew L., and Jason C. Vallee. “Leadership in Scholarship Program.” HIP 2 (2006): 43-48.

Smith, Michaela Rupert. “Self as Text: Adaptations of Honors Practice.” HIP 7 (2011): 175-180.

  • “Self as Text: Adaptations of Honors Practice in Switzerland.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 101-106. 

Smith, Patricia Joanne, and John Thomas Vitus Zagurski. “Improving Retention and Fit by Honing an Honors Admission Model.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 55-71.

Snyder, Christopher A., and Scott Carnicom. “Assessment, Accountability, and Honors Education.” JNCHC 12.1 (2011): 111-127.

Sorensen, Jean. “Documenting the Achievements of Our Students without Compromising Excellence.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 33-36.

“Special Topics in Marine Biology and Animal Behavior.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 372-73. NCHC Monograph Series.

Spritz, Becky L. “Emerging from the Honors Oasis.” JNCHC 12.2 (2011): 91-94.

Spurrier, Bob. “Technology and the NCHC.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 11-15.

Spurrier, Robert. “To the Charge of ‘Honors is Elitist,’ on Advice of Counsel We Plead ‘Guilty as Charged.’” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 49-51.

  • “Honors Growth and Honors Advising.” JNCHC 8.2 (2007): 69-78.
  • “The Newest ‘Basic Characteristic’ of a Fully Developed Honors Program.” HIP 4 (2008): 191-197.
  • “A View from Outside: Some Reflections of an NCHC-Recommended Site Visitor.” HIP 9 (2013): 191-205. 

Stanlick, Nancy A. “Creating an Honors Community: A Virtue Ethics Approach.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 75-92.

Stark, Emily. “Real-Life Solutions to Real-Life Problems: Collaborating with a Non-Profit Foundation to Engage Honors Students in Applied Research.” JNCHC 14.2 (2013): 129-145.

Stoller, Richard. “Honors Selection Processes: A Typology and Some Reflections.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 79-85.

Stowell, Jeffrey R. “Using Peer Review in Honors Courses.” HIP 2 (2006): 97-100.

Strikwerda, Robert. “Experiential Learning and City as Text©: Reflections on Kolb and Kolb.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 99-105. 

  • “Experiential Learning and City as Text™: Reflections on Kolb and Kolb.” Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 131-138. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Strong, Paul. “A Dangerous Thing: A Memoir of Learning and Teaching by Betty Krasne.” HIP  4 (2008): 185-187.

  • “Honors as Skunkworks.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 53-55.
  • “The Prairie Home Companion Honors Program.” JNCHC 9.1 (2008): 35-40.
  • “Serious Play.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 91-97. 

Stuart, Carolyn, and Mary Jo Festle. “Disability: Past and Present.” HIP 3 (2007): 165-169.

Studer, Mary Ann. “Developing Global Community-Based Undergraduate Research Projects.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 133-52. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Mitigating the Challenges and Risks of International Travel: Preserving Opportunities for a Global Honors Experience.” PreparingTomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 197-216. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Swafford, James. “Jump-Starting Honors Community with Introductory Biographies.” HIP 1 (2005): 123-127.

Swanson, Joseph. “Toward Community: The Relationship between Religiosity and Silence in the Works of Søren Kierkegaard.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 11-18.

Szumowski, Margaret C. “Honors Students in the Creative Writing Classroom: Sequence and Community.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 59-70.

Tabachnikov, Serge. “Mass Program at Penn State.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 48-50. Monographs in Honors Education.

Tallent-Runnels, Mary K., Shana M. Shaw, and Julie A. Thomas. “Using Characteristics of K-12 Gifted Programs to Evaluate Honors Programs.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 61-75.

Taylor, Bob Pepperman. “How to Create an Honors College.” The Honors College Phenomenon. Ed. Peter C. Sederberg. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 97-110. NCHC Monograph Series.

Taylor, David. “Residential Housing Population Revitalization: Honors Students.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 89-98.

Taylor, William. “Promoting Critical Thinking Through Classroom Discussion.” Teaching and  Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 77-86. Monographs in Honors Education.

Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. Monographs in Honors Education.

Tebbs, Trevor J. “University of Connecticut.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 47.

Tenhet, Nancy, Juanita Flanders, Jeanne Wells Cook, and Margaret Jane Stauble. “Collaborative Teaching of English and Information Literacy in the Community College Honors Program.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 29-32.

Teske, Boris, and Brian Etheridge. “Information and Communication Technology Literacy among First-Year Honors and Non-Honors Students: An Assessment.” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 83-109.

Thiessen-Reily, Heather. “A Theme Runs Through It: Offering PITP for Academic Credit.” Partners in the Parks: Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks. By Joan Digby. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 65-73. NCHC Monograph Series.

Thomas, Shirley Forbes. “An Example of Active Learning in the College Classroom.” Place as Text: Approaches to Active Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 69-75. NCHC Monograph Series.

Timmons, Todd. “Honors Calculus: An Historical Approach.” HIP 4 (2008): 87-96.

Tomlinson, Susan. “The Curiosity Shop (Or, How I Stopped Worrying About Delta Shapes and Started Teaching).” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 33-51.

“Topography and Monuments of Ancient Greece.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 352-55. NCHC Monograph Series.

Tucker, Don. “The Pickup Truck, Being a Scholarly Paper on the Efficiencies Effected by Modern Technology.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 23-27.

Urda, Julie. “Doing the Honors: How to Implement a Departmental Honors Program in a Business School.” HIP 8 (2012): 161-173.

Utell, Janine. “Writing War: The Memorial Design Project.” HIP 5 (2009): 125-133.

van Dijk, Trijntje. “Looping Up Professional Reflection in Honours Programmes.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 259-264.

  • “The Reflective Professional Honours Programme of the Dutch Saxion Universities.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 243-258. 

van Ginkel, Stan, Pierre van Eijl, Albert Pilot, and John Zubizarreta. “Building a Vibrant Honors Community among Commuter Students.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 197-218.

  • “Honors in the Master’s: A New Perspective?” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 265-278. 

van Gorp, Bouke, Marca V. C. Wolfensberger, and Nelleke de Jong. “Setting Them Free: Students as Co-Producers of Honors Education.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 183-195.

Varhus, Sara B. “Empathy and the Questioning Spirit in Liberal Education: Reports from the Field.” JNCHC 1.1 (2000): 32-40.

Vassiliou, Luke. “Learning by Leading and Leading by Teaching: A Student-Led Honors Seminar.” HIP 4 (2008): 111-118.

Vender, Joann C. “Community Action Research: A Three-part Service-learning Course Model.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 90-99. Monographs in Honors Education.

Vila, Linda L. “Mentoring Honors Thesis Students: A Lawyer’s Perspective.” HIP 4 (2008): 145-154.

Vile, John R. “Preparing a Master Plan for an Honors College.” HIP 7 (2011): 183-195.

Vitha, Mark F., Arthur Sanders, Colin Cairns, David Skidmore, Clive Elliott, and William Lewis. “Paths to Knowledge as a Foundational Course in an Honors Program.” HIP 5 (2009): 135-152.

Wainscott, Stephen. “It’s Ten O’Clock. Do You Know Where Your Students Are?” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 87-89.

Walker, Richard Ernest. “Ancient Myths in a Modern World: A Multi-media Approach to Honors Education and Undergraduate Research.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 70-73. Monographs in Honors Education.

Wall, John. “North Carolina State University.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 53.

Wallace, Allison B. “The Place of Drawing in Place Journaling.” HIP 8 (2012): 101-107.

Walsh, Margaret. “Listening Lessons.” JNCHC 11.2 (2010): 33-35.

Walshe, Emily. “Athena, Telemachus, and the Honors Student Odyssey: The Academic Librarian as an Agent in Mentored Learning.” JNCHC 6.1 (2005): 85-93.

  • “Postmodern Prometheans: Academic Libraries, Information Technologies, and the Cut-and-Paste Aesthetic.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 23-27. 

Walshe, Emily C. “Conducting Research in Honors.” HIP 6 (2010): 17-55.

Wang, Alvin, Crystal Espinosa, Cassandra Long, and Anik Patel. “Team Leaders and the Honors Freshman-Year Experience.” HIP 1 (2005): 129-138.

Weerheijm, Ron, and Jeske Weerheijm. “Selecting for Honors Programs: A Matter of Motivational Awareness.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 229-242.

Weiner, Norm. “Honors is Elitist, and What’s Wrong with That?” JNCHC 10.1 (2009): 19-24.

Werth, Alexander. “On the Benefits of Teaching Honors.” HIP 1 (2005): 43-48.

  • “Unity in Diversity: The Virtues of a Metadisciplinary Perspective in Liberal Arts Education.” JNCHC 4.2 (2003): 35-51. 

West, Betsy. “An Architect’s Foray into Honors.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 15-20.

West, Rinda. “Teaching and Learning in Honors: An Introduction.” Teaching and Learning in Honors. Ed. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 1-6. Monographs in Honors Education.

Westacott, Emrys. “Academic Dishonesty and the Culture of Assessment.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 21-27.

Whitfield, Carol F. “Promise, Peril, and Potential: Developing, Implementing, and Assessing Problem-based Learning at the Undergraduate Level.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 109-14. Monographs in Honors Education.

Wiegant, Fred, Johannes Boonstra, Anton Peeters, and Karin Scager. “Team-Based Learning in Honors Science Education: The Benefit of Complex Writing Assignments.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 219-227.

Wilhelm, Ron. “The Science behind the Moon Hoax.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 175-182. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Williams, Douglas F., Peter Sederberg, and Stefka Eddins. “Meeting the Boyer Challenge: A Model for Team-based, Student-directed Undergraduate Research.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 115-19. Monographs in Honors Education.

Williams, Kevin M. “An Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Disease: Project for an Honors-Embedded Biochemistry Course.” The Other Culture: Science and Mathematics Education in Honors. Ed. Ellen B. Buckner and Keith Garbutt. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2012. 239-249. NCHC Monograph Series.

Wilson, Anne M., and Robert F. Holm. “The Effects on Outcomes of Financing Undergraduate Thesis Research at Butler University.” JNCHC 8.1 (2007): 77-87.

Wilson, Anne M., Tyler D. Blakley, Kathryn A. Leciejewski, Michelle L. Sams, and Susan A. Surber. “Teaching an Honors Course Tied to a Large University Event.” HIP 3 (2007): 69-75.

Wilson, Anne M., and Melissa Ludwa. “They Filched Our Program! How to Turn That into a Good Thing.” HIP 2 (2006): 73-83.

Wilson, Bradley E. “An Outcome-Based Honors Program: The Honors Option Points (HOPs) System.” HIP 8 (2012): 147-160.

Wilson, Steffen. “Using Learning Outcomes Assessment in Honors as a Defense Against Proposed Standardized Testing.” JNCHC 7.1 (2006): 27-31.

Wilson, Steffen Pope, and Rose M. Perrine. “We Know They are Smart, but Have They Learned Anything?: Strategies for Assessing Learning in Honors.” HIP 1 (2005): 27-37.

Wintrol, Kate. “Is Mens Sana in Corpore Sano a Concept Relevant to Honors Students?” JNCHC 11.1 (2010): 57-60.

Wintrol, Kate, and Maria Jerinic. “Rebels in the Classroom: Creativity and Risk-Taking in Honors Pedagogy.” HIP 9 (2013): 47-67.

Witte, Alison. “Speeding is Okay and Cheating is Cool.” JNCHC 9.2 (2008): 29-33.

Witte, Alison, and Philip Taylor. “Glenville State College Presidential Scholars Program.” JNCHC 3.2 (2002): 49.

Wolfensberger, Marca V. C. “Honors Education and Global Citizenship.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 279-283.

  • “Qualities Honours Students Look for in Faculty and Courses.” JNCHC 5.2 (2004): 55-66.
  • “Six Habits of Highly Inspiring Honours Teachers.” InspiringExemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically TalentedCollege Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 107-112. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Wolfensberger, Marca V. C. , and G. Johan Offringa. “Qualities Honours Students Look for in Faculty and Courses, Revisited.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 171-182.

Wolfensberger, Marca V. C., Pierre Van Eijl, and Albert Pilot. “Laboratories for Educational Innovation: Honors Programs in the Netherlands.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 149-170.

Wolfensberger, Marca V. C., Pierre J. van Eijl, and Albert Pilot. “Honours Programmes as Laboratories of Innovation: A Perspective from the Netherlands.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 115-41.

Worrall, Patricia B. “‘Expressive Technology’: Multimedia Projects in Honors Courses.” JNCHC 2.2 (2001): 83-91.

Wright, Carol A. “The Role of Libraries in Honors Thesis Research: A Library Credit Course as a Model for Thesis Research Support.” Innovations in Undergraduate Research and Honors Education: Proceedings of the Second Schreyer National Conference. Ed. Josephine M. Carubia and Renata S. Engel. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2004. 129-34. Monographs in Honors Education.

Yaneva, Gergana, John Zubizarreta, and Natalia Miteva. “International Students and the Challenges of Honors.” Setting the Table for Diversity. Ed. Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 77-88. NCHC Monograph Series.

Yoder, Stephen A. “Digital Deliberations.” JNCHC 10.2 (2009): 35-40.

  • “Responding to Disaster with a Service Learning Project for Honors Students.” HIP 9 (2013): 113-128. 

Younger, Kelly. “Honors, Inc.” JNCHC 5.1 (2004): 63-77.

“Youth Culture/Contemporary Youth: The Making of a New Italy.” [International Model Course.] Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 360-62. NCHC Monograph Series.

Yyelland, Byrad. “An American Honors Program in the Arab Gulf.” JNCHC 13.2 (2012): 107-117.

Zane, Len. “Honors as an Adjective: Response to Jay Freyman.” JNCHC 6.2 (2005): 35-37.

  • “A Physicist in Honors.” JNCHC 1.2 (2000): 13-20.
  • “Reminiscences on the Evolution of Honors Leadership.” JNCHC 7.2 (2006): 57-59.
  • “A Small Step.” JNCHC 2.1 (2001): 77-81. 

Zubizarreta, John. “The Importance of Class Size in Teaching and Learning for Higher Level Achievement.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 147-161. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “The Learning Portfolio for Improvement and Assessment of Significant Student Learning.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 121-136. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “A Penny’s Worth of Reflections on Honors Education.” HIP 7 (2011): 15-17.
  • “The Teaching and Learning Fishbowl.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 113-117. NCHC Monograph Series.

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