Presentations
Materials will be accepted for posting after May 29, 2017 through July 14, 2017.​

DAY 1 
AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

CURRICULUM
Establishing the Honors Mindset in the First Year Experience Course” - Hanna Holmquist, Rebecca Bott (South Dakota State University)​

"Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Work Throughout the Honors Curriculum” - François Amar, Kristine Miller (University of Main and Utah State University)

“Developing Interdisciplinary, Experiential Courses: ‘Locked Up: Incarceration in Question’ – A Team-taught Block Course at UNM Honors College” - Marygold Walsh-Dilley, Megan Jacobs (University of New Mexico)

“Engaging Student Groups in a Fully-Online Honors Course” -Allen Varela (Florida International University)

ADMISSIONS
Designing an Honors Freshman Class to Increase Inclusivity and Success”Sumana Datta, Jonathan Kotinek (Texas A&M University)

Honors First: An Innovative Recruitment Strategy That Works” – Jane Baas, Anthony Helms (Western Michigan University)

Holistic Application Review: Transitioning from an Honors Program to Honors College” - Russell Shrader (Virginia Tech)

ASSESSMENT
"Learning From Those Who Leave”- Elizabeth Raisanen, Renee Dorjahn (University of Oregon)

“Mapping For Success: Using Curricular Techniques to Enhance Student Engagement” - Julie Humbel-Courtney (The Ohio State University)

“Quantifying the Impact of Honors Program Participation on Student Success Outcomes” - Justin Micomonaco, Alex Lishinski (Michigan State University)

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
“Honors Study Abroad: Collaborating at Virginia Tech’s Center iN Switzerland”Paul Heilker (Virginia Tech)

“Review and Assessment of a New-Model Honors International Experience” Richard Stoller (Pennsylvania State University)



"Setting up an Honors Program at a Dutch University” – Menno Lievers (Utrecht University)

"Gaining Consensus Among Disciplines: Standardizing the Rigor of Honors Contracts"Heidi Appel (University of Toledo)

THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE
“Study in the States: Learner-Centered Experiential Courses” – Anthony Helms, Jane Baas (Western Michigan University)

“Empowering Honors Students as 21st Century Leaders” – Donna Meyer (Pennsylvania State University)








OPTIONAL SESSION
“Leading When You Aren't In Charge: A Conversation About the Number Two Role in Honors” - Melissa Johnson (University of Florida)

DAY 2
AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS

ASSESSMENT
“Using Data and Assessment Outcomes to Guide Decisions” - Erica Rojas, Jennifer Wiseman (University of Utah)


“Engaging Engineers: Honors Community Engagement as a Bridge Among Academic Disciplines” - Heidi Appel (University of Toledo)


“First Gens in Honors: What Works and What is Next?” - Bess German, Justin Micomonaco (Michigan State University)

"Increasing Inclusivity: A Three-Pronged Approach to Expanding Diversity in Honors Education" - Tamy Burnett (University of Nebraska)


“Undergraduate Research and/or Creative Activity Experience: Is It a Liability or an Asset to Honors Programs and Colleges?” - Madhavan Soundararajan, Justina Clark (University of Nebraska)

“A Field Guide to Experiential Learning” – Ruth Ost (Temple University)


DAY 2
PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS



“The Impact of One: Effective Mentoring Models” - Donna Meyer, Lisa Kerchinski  (Pennsylvania State University)

ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION/FACULTY ENGAGEMENT
“Becoming a College and Creating a New Diploma Structure”Sara Vandyke (Virginia Tech)




“Ogden Leaders Program: Developing Student Innovation and Accomplishment” - Michael Blandino (Louisiana State University)

“Where Courtland Avenue Meets Historic Sweet Auburn” – Sarah Cook (Georgia State University)



 





































 




































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