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Bibliography of NCHC Monographs

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.

Andrews, Larry. “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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Braid, Bernice. “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.

  • “Engagement in Learning, Liberal Education, and Honors.” Inspiring Exemplary Teachingand 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.
  • History and Theory of Recursive Writing in Experiential Education.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 3-12. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “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.
  • “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 ctive Learning. Ed. Bernice Braid and Ada Long. 2nd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2010. 87-90. NCHC Monograph Series.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Clark, Larry. “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.

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. “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.” [International Model 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. 

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. 

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 K., Jr. “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.

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. 

Dean, Kevin W., and Michael B. Jendzurski. “An Interpersonal Engagement Approach to International Study: Lessons in Leadership and Service Learning from South Africa.” Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders: Honors International Education. Ed. Mary Kay Mulvaney and Kim Klein. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. 105-32. NCHC Monograph Series.

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 Schrynemakers, Gladys Palma. “Experiential Learning, Reflective Writing, and Civic Dialogue: Keeping Democracy on its Feet.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 93-100. NCHC Monograph Series.

Digby, Joan. 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. 

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.

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 HonorsEd. Cheryl L. Fuiks and Larry Clark. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2000. 45-64. Monographs in Honors Education. 

England, Richard. “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.

“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.

“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.

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.

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.

Garbutt, Keith. “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. 

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.

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.

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.

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.

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. Honors Composition: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Practices. National Collegiate Honors Council, 2003. Monographs in Honors Education.

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.

“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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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. 

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.

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.

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.
  •  Introduction. Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. ix-xviii. NCHC Monograph Series.
  • “The Peruvian Amazon: City and Jungle.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 111-22.
  • “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.
  • “The Role of Background Readings and Experts.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 23-32. 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. 

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. 

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, 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.

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. 

Magilton, Nicholas. “Writing as Transformation: 2003 New York Honors Semester.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 80-83. NCHC Monograph Series.

Major, John. “Claiming a Voice through Writing.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 13-21. NCHC Monograph Series.

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.

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. “Finding Appropriate Assignments: Mapping an Honors Semester.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 57-62. NCHC Monograph Series.

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. 

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.

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.

“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.

Mullins, Dail W., Jr. “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.

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.

Nethery, Nancy. “Writing as Transformation: 1981 United Nations Honors Semester.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 84-89. NCHC Monograph Series.

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, 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.

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.

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.
  • “Miami and the Everglades: Built and Endangered Environments.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 123-29.
  • “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: ImplementingExperiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Peter A. Machonis. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 27-30. NCHC Monograph Series. 

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. 

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.

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.

Otero, Rosalie C. “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.

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.

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.

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.

Pietrzak, Brittney. “Writing as Transformation: 2001 New York Honors Semester.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 90-91. NCHC Monograph Series. 

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

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

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.

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.

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. “The Beginner’s Mind: Recursive Writing in NCHC Faculty Institutes.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 33-39. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “Death and Desire in the American West: Las Vegas/Death Valley.” Writing on Your Feet: ReflectivePractices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 103-10. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Raia, Ann. “Assigning, Analyzing, and Assessing Recursive Writing in Honors Semesters.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 41-55. NCHC Monograph Series.

  • “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.

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. 

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. “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.

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.

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. 

“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.

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

  • If Honors Students Were People: Holistic Honors Education. Lincoln:    National Collegiate Honors Council, 2013. NCHC Monograph Series
  • Honors Programs at Smaller Colleges. 3rd ed. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2011. NCHC Monograph Series. 

Sederberg, Peter C. “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.
  • “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.

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. 

Smith, Michaela Ruppert. “Adapting City as Text™ and Adopting Reflective Writing in Switzerland.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 63-71. NCHC Monograph Series.

“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.

Stone, Rebekah. “Writing as Transformation: 1984 United Nations Honors Semester.” Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. 74-79. NCHC Monograph Series.

Strickwerda, Robert. “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.

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. 

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, 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.

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.

“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.

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.

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, 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.

Wolfensberger, Marca V. C. “Six Habits of Highly Inspiring Honours Teachers.” Inspiring Exemplary Teaching and Learning: Perspectives on Teaching Academically Talented College Students. Ed. Larry Clark and John Zubizarreta. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008. 107-112. NCHC Monograph Series.

Writing on your Feet: Reflexive Practices in City as Text™. Ed. Ada Long. Lincoln: National Collegiate Honors Council, 2014. NCHC Monograph Series.

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.

“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.

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. 
  • “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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