Duke TIP Community Connection: Problems and Promising Practices in Gifted Education with Dr. Del Siegle.
Duke TIP Community Connection: Dialogue about Diversity in Advanced Academics with Dr. Joy Lawson Davis.
K–12 teachers, students and parents face a mountain of obstacles as they prepare for weeks or months of online schooling this fall.
Dr. Lisa M. Ridgley will be studying how inequity in gifted education is a ubiquitous concern for gifted educators, practitioners, and researchers.
Duke University awards the David M. Rubenstein Scholarship to students who are the first in their families to attend college and who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and promise.
Since our founding in 1980, TIP alumni have made breakthroughs, news, and advances in fields ranging from the arts to the hard sciences, and everywhere in between.
In a groundbreaking partnership, Duke TIP recently teamed up with the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) to develop educational materials for gifted students in grades 7-12 during the COVI
Few people at Duke TIP are as well known to the public as our gifted education research specialist, Rick Courtright.
In partnership with the Jodie Mahoney Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) and Penn State University, the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) has received a subaward to partner on a U.S. Department of Education grant worth $2,449,587 to implement and evaluate a program called STEM+C2.
A grant to the Duke University Talent Identification Program will allow the program to expand its sustained engagement of academically talented students in grades four through twelve from traditionally underserved populations.