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Kathleen King
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Institution: Hillsborough Community College

Location:Tampa, Florida

Phone: 813-253-7894

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Present Position: Director, Honors Institute

Previous Honors Positions: see CV


NCHC Member Since: 2004


Program Reviews and Consultation

  • Des Moines Area Community College (2017)

NCHC Activities Related to Honors Program/College Assessment & Evaluation:

  • Participated in the Honors Program at KU's self-evaluation in 2012. 
  • Active member of the Diversity Committee, with a keen interest in assessing how honors incorporates questions of equity and inclusion in our missions.
  • NCHC training includes: Program Review, New Director Boot Camp, Strategic Planning, Faculty Institute
  • NCHC Fellow

Activities in other areas or organizations related to assessment or site visits, workshops, etc.: See CV

Self-Identified Areas of Special Interest and Experience

  • Former NCHC Board of Directors member for two terms
  • Current member of the NCHC Finance Committee
  • Former honors program student, honors assistant, and honors academic advisor
  • Honors Director of a 2-year program for three years
  • Co-led 2 Faculty/Director Retreats (Rocky Mountains, Acadia) - 3rd this summer
  • Partners in the Parks Co-Chair for three years
  • Lead on four Partners in the Parks projects for studnets (2x Acadia, 2x Everglades)
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    The Role of an NCHC-Qualified Site Visitor
    The Site Review is not a process for accreditation or certification, however, a site visit does allow for objective reflection and recommendations for Honors programs and colleges in order to improve, grow, and for use as leverage for continuous quality improvement.
     
    As a site reviewer, it is necessary to:
    • Have a well‐developed understanding of intended outcomes of the site review.
    • Be comprehensive in the site exploration to include websites, blogs, newsletters, interviews
      with faculty, staff, students, alumni and administration, and campus visits.
    • Identify perceived strengths and weaknesses in a program using the characteristics of a fully
      developed Honors program/college as a guide.
    • Identify ways to improve, make suggestions, advice, and negotiate, if necessary, with faculty,
      staff and upper administration.
    • Submit documentation to the host institution for insights, historical record, and for a guideline
      to follow for future adjustments in the program.

    Additionally, it is my expectation that the collaborative efforts in examining other programs will do a great deal in improving my own program through the exchange of ideas, processes, and programming.

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