Call for Proposals for the 2019 National Collegiate Honors Council Conference in New Orleans

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National Collegiate Honors Council

54th NCHC Annual Conference :: November 6-10, 2019 :: New Orleans, LA

Call for Proposals
February 4-28, 2019


Proposals are now being accepted for the 2019 NCHC Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA. The conference theme is "Disrupting Education: Creativity and Innovation in Honors."


Read the Proposal Guidelines

and Submit Your 2019 Proposal


Don't forget, your 2019 Membership must be paid by February 28th, 2019 for your proposal to be considered. Nonmember proposals will not be accepted. If you need to renew, log in to your member profile or contact NCHC at!


Join us in New Orleans to discover how honors, creativity, and innovation intertwine at NCHC19!
  • Plenary Speaker Lynda Barry: Lynda Barry has worked as a painter, cartoonist, writer, illustrator, playwright, editor, commentator and teacher and found they are very much alike. Barry is currently Associate Professor in Interdisciplinary Creativity, Director of the Image Lab at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, and the Chazen Family Distinguished Chair in Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Hundreds of sessions and workshops* for honors, by honors! Topics for administrators, faculty, staff, and students
  • Sponsors and vendors sharing information about graduate program and internship opportunities, classroom technologies, honor societies, study abroad excursions, and more
  • A new view of the city of New Orleans, through excursions by Partners in the Parks and City as Text™
  • Networking with old friends and new colleagues, to grow your community of honors professionals and contacts
  • CAT: New Orleans Master Class: An opportunity for faculty with prior City as Text™ experience (through a Place as Text Faculty Institute) to engage in an intensive exploration of New Orleans prior to the 2019 Annual Conference. (November 3-6, details here)

*New for NCHC19: Session proposals will be reviewed using a blind review process. This means that in the first round of review, no identifying information about presenters will be included for reviewers. Stand out through the creativity, strength, and content of your submitted proposal abstract!


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