Teaching in Honors - Resources
Teaching in Honors
This page provides more information for faculty members interested in teaching EKU Honors courses for the first time and veteran faculty members in EKU Honors.
EKU Honors Program courses are typically taught by faculty as part of their normal teaching load. Faculty members who wish to teach in the honors program should first approach their department chair to secure departmental support for their work in honors instruction.
Each May, the EKU Honors Program hosts a faculty workshop for those interested in teaching honors courses. This event is held on the Tuesday following the spring commencement ceremony.
Interested in proposing a new EKU Honors course? Review our Call for Proposals for the 2018-19 academic year. All proposals are due via email to David Coleman, director of EKU Honors, no later than Friday, October 27, 2017.
Honors Faculty Resources
• "Defining Honors Culture," Slavin (Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2008)
• "Ethnogenesis: The Construction and Dynamics of the Honors Classroom Culture," Ladenheim, Kuhns, & Brockington (Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2011)
• "Honors Course Design," National Collegiate Honors Council
• "Team Teaching: Benefits and Challenges," Leavitt (The Center for Teaching and Learning at Stanford University, 2006)
• "Honors 2025: The Future of the Honors College," Scott, Frana (Honors in Practice, 2008)
• "Basic Characteristics of a Fully Developed Honors Program," National Collegiate Honors Council
EKU Honors Information
• Honors Program Mission and Vision Statements
• Honors Program Curriculum
• Honors Seminar Course Numbers
• Syllabus Requirements for Honors Program Courses
• Writing-Intensive Course Information
• 2016-2017 Course List (Sample)
• Sample HON 102 "Honors Rhetoric" Syllabus
• Sample Syllabus - HON 320W "Disability, The City, and Aesthetics"
• Sample Syllabus - HON 308W/312W/320W "American Women and Their Voices, 1870-1920"
• Sample Short Structured Research Assignment from "Art and Science in the Renaissance"