Honors Advising Institute
June 5-7, 2019 :: Disney's Coronado Springs Resort :: Orlando, Florida
The NCHC Program Review Instrument states that honors students should receive honors-related academic advising from qualified faculty and/or staff. In this intensive workshop, we will discuss key theoretical foundations of advising and how to implement those frameworks in the context of advising honors students. This institute is ideal for academic advisors who are newer to honors and/or honors staff who are newer to advising.
The institute will be comprised of three primary blocks:
- Advising theory: Frameworks / concepts
- Student interaction: Practical approaches to working with high-achieving students and students with holistic needs
- Advisor needs: Professional development
New this year will be a track for experienced honors advisors and honors advising administrators. Special breakouts for this audience will include:
- Managing from the middle / capacity building
- Communicating the value of honors advising to stakeholders
- The role of advising in honors student persistence and success
New Directors Institute
July 14-16, 2019 :: Hyatt Place :: Lincoln, NE
The NCHC New Directors Institute provides new honors directors and deans with best practices in curricular management and research, based on shared experiences from NCHC colleagues. Participants will take part in nuts-and-bolts sessions including:
- Developing your honors program
- Creating budgets and curricula
- Addressing staffing /administration issues in honors
- Identifying key resources and allies on campus.
This immersive honors experience will prepare you to be successful in your new position as an honors administrator. Sessions include individual consultation as time permits.
Best Practices in Honors Assessment & Program Review
July 16-18, 2019 :: Hyatt Place :: Lincoln, NE