Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Peter C. Sederberg

Academic journal article Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

Peter C. Sederberg

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Peter Sederberg's long and distinguished career as a scholar and honors administrator has brought credit to the National Collegiate Honors Council for many years, and The Honors College Phenomenon--the NCHC monograph that he edited and to which he contributed--has been a foundational work in the development of honors education since it was published in 2008. The merger of ambitious scholarship and administration has been the hallmark of his career and made him an exemplar in the field of honors education.

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Peter began his academic career at the University of Minnesota and then got his MA and PhD at Johns Hopkins University, where he first became a teacher. He then taught at Wellesley College for a couple of years before settling down at the University of South Carolina, where he began as Assistant Professor of Political Science and finished as Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Starting in 1976, he became intermittently involved in honors administration until he took the position as Dean of the University of South Carolina Honors College from 1994 until 2005. …

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