Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Forum on Liberal Learning

Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Forum on Liberal Learning

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On October 31, 2001, in conjunction with the National Collegiate Honors Council's annual conference in Chicago, Sam Schuman and Anne Ponder convened an Undergraduate Summit of leaders in higher education. The Summit was co-sponsored by the NCHC and the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. The purpose of the gathering was "to offer these leaders an opportunity to meet under 'neutral' and comfortable auspices to mull the state of undergraduate teaching and learning in America today and to begin working together to chart and articulate its future."

Two of the opening presentations and several post-Summit responses are presented in the following pages. Additional details about the Undergraduate Summit are included in the "Editor's Introduction" to this issue of JNCHC.

On the reverse of this page is the list of organizers and participants in the Undergraduate Summit.

Undergraduate Summit

Organizers:

Samuel Schuman, Chancellor, University of Minnesota, Morris

Anne Ponder, President, Colby-Sawyer College

Chris Dahl, President, SUNY, Geneseo

Dale Knobel, President, Denison University

Participants:

Michael Baer, American Council on Education

Brooke Beaird, Campus Compact

Jerry Berberet, Association of New American Colleges

Earl B. Brown, National Collegiate Honors Council

Margaret Brown, National Collegiate Honors Council

Joan Digby, National Collegiate Honors Council

Richard Elkman, Council of Independent Colleges

Kathy Engelken, Campus Compact

Nicholas H. …

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