John Falconer

John Falconer, PhD

Director, UNK Honors Program
Conrad Hall, Room 101
308.865.8497
falconerj@unk.edu

Education
Ph.D., University of Nebraska --Lincoln
Higher Education Administration, Curriculum, and Instruction

M.A., University of Viriginia
Foreign Affairs

B.A. Kearney State College
Political Science and Sociology

Courses Taught
Intro to American Gov't, PSCI 110

Health Policy, PSCI 188

Introduction to Research, MGT 232

Selected Publications
An Examination of Student Engagement and Retention in an Honors Program. Jessica A. Kampfe, Christine L. Chasek, and John Falconer. Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Vol 17, No. 1. Spring/Summer 2016.

Understanding Undergraduate Research Experiences from the Student Perspective:  A Phenomenological Study of a Summer Student Research Program. John Falconer and Dianne Holcomb. College Student Journal. Volume 42, Number 3. September, 2008.

Diversity Opportunities for Higher Education and Honors Programs: A View from Nebraska. Peter Longo and John Falconer. Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Fall 2003

Terrorism, Instability, and Democracy in Asia and Africa, Dan G. Cox, John Falconer, and Brian Stackhouse. Northeastern University Press, University Press of New England. 2009.

Promoting Undergraduate Research: Institutional Support Mechanisms. John Falconer.  Developing, Promoting & Sustaining the Undergraduate Research Experience in Psychology. Miller, R., and Rycek, R., eds. Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division 2 of the American Psychological Association. 2008.

The Criminal Justice System’s Response to Minorities. John Falconer.  In the Margins:  Special Populations and American Justice.  Toth, R; Crews, G; and Burton, C; eds.  Prentice Hall:  2008.

Prior Positions
Director of Sponsored Programs, University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Director of Development, American Forests. Washington, D.C.

Program Manager, US-Ukraine Foundation. Washington, D.C.