The EHC publishes (preliminary) research results on talent development and honors education in its Journal (www.jehc.eu).
The EHC is associate partner in two EU-funded projects:
- CoTalent: Working in Europe to Connect talent development in Higher Education (2017-2020) www.cotalent.eu
- STEAM+: Innovating STE(A)M in Higher Education through Transdisciplinary Talent Programs (2020-2023) www.steamtalent.eu. See a short video explaining this project.
In addition, we have gathered a list of finished Ph.D. projects in Europe, related to talent development and honors in higher education:
- Teaching for excellence: honors pedagogies revealed, by Marca Wolfensberger (Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2012)
- Hitting the high notes – Challenge in teaching honors students by Karin Scager (Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2013)
- Intelligent interveniëren – Docentprofessionalisering voor honoursonderwijs by Josephina Lappia (University of Twente, Netherlands, 2015)
- Excellence in higher education: Students’ personal qualities and the effects of undergraduate honours programmes, by Ada Kool (Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2016)
- Ethical sensitivity and developing global civic engagement in undergraduate honors students by Ingrid Schutte (University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands, 2018)
- Identifying expert teachers of students with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Does personality contribute to a teacher’s X-Factor? by Svenja Büttner (Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2018)
- Talent in international business defined: implications and applications for honours education by Petra van Heugten (University of Groningen, Netherlands, 2020)