Journal of the European Honors Council <p>The aim of the Journal of the European Honors Council is to share research results, knowledge and good practices related to talent development in higher education.</p> European Honors Council en-US Journal of the European Honors Council 2543-2311 Book Review Book review of: Meaningful Assessment in Interdisciplinary Education: A Practical Handbook for University Teachers <p>The authors stress that assessment is important as an integral building block of all learning, when assessment stimulates learning and is based on intrinsic motivation. This book focusses on twenty examples in higher education of teachers who in an innovative way assess competences of their students, like integration of disciplines, cooperation, reflection and critical thinking. Many examples are from honors programs in European higher education.</p> Albert Pilot Copyright (c) 2023 Albert Pilot 2023-12-20 2023-12-20 6 2 10.31378/jehc.211 The Virginia Tech Honors Minor Rachael Budowle Anne-Lise Velez Stephanie N. Lewis Copyright (c) 2023 Rachael Budowle, Anne-Lise Velez, Stephanie N. Lewis 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 6 2 10.31378/jehc.191 Book Review of Creative Universities: Reimagining Education for Global Challenges and Alternative Futures Maria Garcia Alvarez Copyright (c) 2023 Maria Garcia Alvarez 2023-06-29 2023-06-29 6 2 10.31378/jehc.185 Introduction to the special issue: Addressing Complex Problems in Higher Education Talent Programs Albert Pilot Ron Weerheijm Copyright (c) 2023 Albert Pilot, Ron Weerheijm 2023-12-29 2023-12-29 6 2 10.31378/jehc.213 The Norwegian Center for Interdisciplinary Education (INTED) Line Horgen Thorstad Victoria Haynes Ella Idsoe Copyright (c) 2023 Line Horgen Thorstad , Victoria Haynes , Ella Idsoe 2023-12-13 2023-12-13 6 2 10.31378/jehc.207 Breaking Boundaries with Generative AI: Good Practice of Unleashing the Power of ChatGPT for Inter- and Transdisciplinary Breakthroughs in the Age of Complexity Beata Jones Copyright (c) 2023 Beata Jones 2023-06-29 2023-06-29 6 2 10.31378/jehc.177 Simul Fortior: The Rise of an Honors Collaborative to Address Grand Challenges <p>A dedicated group of honors professionals from 14 institutions across the United States of America (USA) recently emerged to strategize how honors education can prepare students to address the world’s most wicked problems--grand challenges--systematically and holistically. These professionals found a shared passion for their work and quickly began functioning as a team to prepare a federal grant on higher education. Over time, the team identified additional intellectual endeavors to shape the future of honors education. Each professional shares unique skills in service of the larger goals. Leadership for various initiatives transitions to those with relevant expertise and passion and is often shared among multiple people. Sustained collaborations are now recognized as a Collaborative. Members of the Collaborative trust that they are <em>simul fortior</em>--better together--in this high-functioning and reciprocally beneficial working relationship and outline the benefits others may realize in forming similar honors collaboratives.&nbsp;</p> Rebecca Bott-Knutson Joy Hart Heidi Appel Jonathan Kotinek Paul Knox William Ziegler Dan Roberts Andrea Radasanu Timothy Nichols Leigh Fine Copyright (c) 2023 Rebecca Bott-Knutson, Joy Hart, Heidi Appel, Jonathan Kotinek, Paul Knox, William Ziegler, Dan Roberts, Andrea Radasanu, Timothy Nichols, Leigh Fine 2023-12-14 2023-12-14 6 2 10.31378/jehc.187