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Honors programs and colleges are increasingly being asked to assess and evaluate the outcomes of effectiveness. In response to this need, the NCHC Assessment and Evaluation Committee has been charged with offering workshops designed to prepare interested members to serve as NCHC-recommended program reviewers. The committee is pleased to offer the eighth program review institute with updated materials.

7/12/2017 to 7/14/2017
When: Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Where: Roosevelt University - Wabash Building
425 S. Wabash Avenue
Chicago, Illinois  60605
United States
Contact: NCHC
402-472-9150


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Overview:

Registration is now open for the 2017 NCHC Program Reviewer Training! Led by Dr. Greg Lanier and Dr. Richard Badenhausen, this 2017 institute will train NCHC members to become NCHC recommended Program Reviewers.  The Institute will present training in and discussion of the many steps associated with a program review, so individuals who desire to become program reviewers will become familiar with the process.  The institute will also be valuable for members who may be expecting to participate in a program review at their own campuses.

Participants will become familiar with all phases of the evaluation process, including goal-setting for the review, putting together an on-campus schedule, identifying appropriate supporting documents, conducting interviews, and writing the report. The Institute will examine informal means of assessment to formal mechanisms of evaluating the impact of Honors education.  The training module will feature small group exercises and additional opportunities for networking.  All participants will gain valuable experience in how to build a self-study and how to assess the overall effectiveness of Honors education. 


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Who Should Attend?

  • Honors educators interested in initiating or developing an honors best practice for the on-going review of honors programs or honors colleges.
  • Honors educators preparing for an external program review.
  • NCHC members interested in being designated as NCHC-recommended program reviewers. This workshop is required for candidates submitting an application to be an NCHC-recommended program reviewer.

NCHC recommended program reviewers must also meet the following qualifications as found in the NCHC Standing Orders, VIII B:

1. Be a current institutional representative or individual professional member of NCHC
2. Have been an NCHC member for 5 years
3. Have attended three out of the last five NCHC annual conferences 
4. Have completed an NCHC Institute for program reviewer training
5. Have submitted an application form, abbreviated curriculum vitae (limited to Honors and assessment/evaluate on activities), the names and addresses of three relevant professional references (at least two of which shall be from institutions other than his or her own home institution; one of whom preferably will be a current recommended Program Reviewer), and a one-page statement of his or her views on the role of a Program Reviewer

Candidates will receive application deadline and further information at the summer institute.

Registration Price: $600

Facilitators:

This NCHC Program Reviewer Training will be led by two individuals who have had extensive experience within honors education, and evaluating programs: Dr. Greg Lanier and Dr. Richard Badenhausen.

Venue:

The institute will take place in the heart of the Loop, on campus at Roosevelt University's Wabash Building.  

Travel:

An exclusive airfare discount is available for program reviewer attendees through United. Navigate to United and enter Flight Discount Code ZYJS827788.

By Plane:

O'Hare International Airport, located 17 miles from downtown, is one of the largest airports in the world. It is North America's major international gateway airport, servicing over 67 million passengers to and from over 200 destinations around the globe.

Midway International Airport is located 10 miles from downtown Chicago and offers another convenient travel option for visitors. It is the nation's premier point-to-point airport, offering value-oriented leisure and business travel to over 60 destinations.

Visit flychicago.com for details on parking, amenities, flight status, terminal maps and more for both O'Hare and Midway airports.

Both airports offer plentiful taxi service to downtown and the suburbs. Rates range from $40-50 from O'Hare, and $30-40 from Midway. Rates vary based on travel time and are subject to change.

The Chicago Transit Authority serves both airports for easy and economical travel between downtown and Chicago neighborhoods using the 'L' train. The 24-hour CTA Blue Line connects directly to O'Hare and the CTA Orange Line connects directely to Midway. Read more on getting around Chicago with public transportation or visit transitchicago.com/airports for full fare information and maps.

GO Airport Express provides shared ride services to all downtown/suburban hotels and many businesses. Pair fares and group discounts are available along with customized reservation portals for your groups.

Many major car rental companies have facilities at the O'Hare and Midway Airports, including Avis, Alamo, Budget and Hertz. Please visit specific rental company websites for details.

By Train:

Amtrak serves Chicago with about 50 trains arriving and departing daily. With 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, the national rail operator Amtrak offers more than 300 trains each day—at high speeds up to 150 mph—to more than 500 destinations.

The South Shore Line services Chicago through Northern Indiana to the South Bend Airport. If you are planning a trip involving a large group like a school function please call for groups rates 219-874-4221 ext. 245 at least one month prior to your date of travel.

Lodging:

Built in 2012, the Wabash Building soars 32 zigzagging glass stories over Grant Park, the lakefront, and the Loop. Its sweeping city and lake views provide beautiful backdrop to any professional or social event. When you stay in the Wabash Building, you’ll find yourself in the heart of Chicago’s Loop, steps from everything that makes this city hum—all at far less than the cost of a hotel room. The Wabash Building offers one convenient location for daytime sessions and attendee lodging. 

Book your stay at Roosevelt's Wabash Building here

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