Dr. Jonathan Thorndike, honors program director, and Dr. Beverly Schneller, associate provost for academic affairs, recently presented at the 2014 National Collegiate Honors Council Annual Conference in Denver. Their presentation was titled “Using Evidence-Based Assessment to Target Admissions and Improve Retention” in a round table session with Dr. Andrew Martino of Southern New Hampshire University. NCHC is organized with a keynote speaker, panel presentations, individual presentations, poster sessions and student sessions. NCHC is the only national-level professional group devoted to the development, management, promotion and assessment of interdisciplinary college and university honors programs. Belmont’s Honors Program is a member of NCHC and utilizes their “best practices” for assessment and planning purposeses.
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