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your honor

noun adjudicator, administrator of jussice, her honor, his honor, honorable justice, interpreter, judge, jurist, justice, magistrate, member of the judiciary, one who dispenses justice, the court
See also: judge
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When I reviewed the program, however, I saw an increasing number of sessions devoted to administrative issues, such as the Best Honors Administrative Practices (BHAP) track that included presentations on "Fundraising Fundamentals for Honors" and "Budget, Space, Staffing: External Consulting Help for Internal Issues." The Developing in Honors (DIH) program also included panels on "Appropriate Staffing for Your Honors Program/College," "Budgeting in the Age of Shrinking Budgets," and "Fundraising for Your Honors Program/College." In this economy, NCHC should indeed be providing such sessions, and directors should be attending them, but directors need then to return to campus and share this information with their honors faculty.
Franson, Margaret, Lynne Goodstein, Lindsey Westerfield, and Elizabeth Yelverton."Fundraising for Your Honors Program/College." 46th Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Phoenix, AZ, October 19-23, 2011.
If you are desperate to recruit honors instructors and have not been successful with direct, personal pleas to colleagues, consider offering an afternoon or evening workshop, perhaps with a small stipend from your honors budget for attendees, to describe and explain the details, and myriad benefits, of teaching in honors.