The Editorial Board consists of (in alphabetical order):

  • Pierre van Eijl
    Drs. Pierre van Eijl is Honorary researcher and independent senior consultant Higher Education at the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He has published extensively about honors education.
  • Marleen Eyckmans
    Dr. Marleen Eyckmans works at the Dean's Office of the Department of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Holding a Ph.D in biomedical sciences, she is now working as quality assurance officer and running the Faculty's honors college
  • Astrid Fritz
    Dr. Astrid Fritz is researcher at the Austrian Research and Support Center for the Gifted and Talented (OEZBF), concerned with the tertiary sector. In addition, she heads the Research Committee of the European Honors Council
  • Maarten Hogenstijn
    Dr. Maarten Hogenstijn is senior researcher at the Research Centre for Talent Development in Higher Education and Society at Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, the Netherlands, where he coordinates the Honors in Europe research project. He is also Secretary of the European Honors Council.
  • Beata Jones
    Dr. Beata Jones is a Professor of Business Information Systems Practice, an Honors Faculty Fellow, Neeley Distinguished Teacher, and a founding director of a business honors program at the Neeley School of Business, Texas Christian University, USA. She is an NCHC Teaching and Learning and Professional Development Committees member, a Fulbright Scholar, and co-convener of the Honors International Faculty Institutes sponsored by the NCHC and EHC
  • Tineke Kingma
    Drs. Tineke Kingma is Coordinator of the Windesheim Honours Programmes at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands. Kingma co-organised the International Honors Conference at Windesheim UAS, held in June 2017
  • Albert Pilot
    Prof. Dr. Albert Pilot is Emeritus Professor of Curriculum Development and Didactics of Chemistry at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. His research focus is on curriculum development, quality assurance, talent development, cooperative learning, ICT and professional development of teachers in secondary and higher education.
  • David Rott
    Dr. David Rott works at the International Centre for the Study of Giftedness, and as a coordinator for the curriculum concerning diversity and inclusive education at the University of Muenster, Germany. He is interested in giftedness and didactics in higher education as well as research based learning (for students and pupils) and self regulated learning. In his doctoral studies he worked on the development of teacher students in their abilities to deal with gifted students in a special program.
  • Lineke Stobbe
    Dr. Lineke Stobbe is Director Educational and Internal Affairs at Windesheim Honours College, the Netherlands. Stobbe co-organised the International Honors Conference at Windesheim UAS, held in June 2017
  • Marca Wolfensberger
    Dr. Marca Wolfensberger heads the Research Centre for Talent Development in Higher Education and Society at Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, the Netherlands. In adition, she is honors coordinator at Utrecht University's Department of Human Geography and Planning. She has published about honors pedagogies extensively, is the first European Fellow of the American honors organisation NCHC and the first President of the European Honors Council.