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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Maria Blackburn
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BALTIMORE May 20, 2012 — Elaine Tuttle Hansen, executive director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, challenged the 500 members of the Morehouse College Class of 2012 to not just charge ahead but to take time to reflect, to not only plan, but to plan to be surprised as they embarked on the next chapter of their lives...Read more.

Just announced! One event to be held in Spring 2013 (read more . . .)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Maria Blackburn
410-735-6263 (voice)
410-735-6200 (fax)
mariablackburn@jhu.edu


HONG KONG, S.A.R. / BALTIMORE April 2012 — The academic achievements of some of the most academically advanced second through eighth grade students from 10 countries across Asia were celebrated at the fourth annual International Academic Awards Ceremony hosted by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY). The ceremony was held Sunday, April 29, 2012 at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology...Read more.

G/T Research SummitGifted Summit held at CTY
By Maria Blackburn

CTY is co-sponsoring a research summit on gifted education on April 26 and 27th at the Mt. Washington Conference Center in Baltimore. This gathering will bring some of the country’s prominent researchers in gifted education together to explore the present and future opportunities for research in the field.

CTY’s partners in hosting this conference are our colleagues from Duke’s Talent Identification Program (TIP), Northwestern’s Center for Talent Development (CTD), and the Center for Bright Kids in Colorado.

The summit, which draws researchers from some two dozen organizations and universities, provides CTY with an opportunity to collaborate as we consider the very big question of where we’d like to see the field of research on gifted education go in the next ten years and how we can work together to reach our goals.