TIP Scholars’ Day

TIP Scholars’ Day will be held on May 10, 2017

All activities will begin and end at the Center for Performing Arts at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Park in the Parking Deck. 

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Scholars’ Sessions

Scholars’ Day activities will begin at 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM with the Talent Search Investigations.  Students are given the opportunity to rank their session preferences when they RSVP for the Ceremony.  We try to get everyone in their first choices, however all students are placed in a first come, first served basis.

2017 Sessions: American Sign Language, Designing the Internet for Tomorrow (IT), Graphic Design, Law and Criminal Justice, Nanotechnology, Physics Phun, Silk Dyeing (Applied Art), SIM Care Hospital (Nursing), Trash Talkin’ (Environmental Science).

Session assignments will be posted on the windows to the theater lobby.  If you do not see your name, come inside to the Mahony Center table and speak to a representative.

Students arriving more than 10 minutes after the start of sessions will not be able to attend.

Students will meet in the Center for Performing Arts at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and join their group leader.  During this time parents participate in an informational question and answer session on topics of interest to the families of talented children and adolescents.

Should you have any questions concerning Scholars’ Session please contact the Mahony Center at (501) 569-3410 for assistance.

Arkansas Recognition Ceremonies

These will be held in May at 10:00 AM and 2:30 PM in the Center for Performing Arts at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Due to the large  Talent Search students who meet the State level qualifying score criteria Arkansas holds two ceremonies on the same day.

Should your student need to attend a ceremony other than the one they were assigned or did not send in their RSVP card please contact the Duke TIP Office at (919) 668-9100 for assistance.

Recognition Ceremony FAQs
What is a Talent Search?

Girls in the Middle

Girls in the Middle program is designed to encourage girls in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) disciplines. This is the third year for Girls in the Middle.

The program is open to all Duke TIP Talent Search students who attend the Arkansas Duke TIP Recognition Ceremony and attend a TIP Scholars’ Day STEM session on May 10, 2017 at University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Apply today!