Welcome to the Mahony Center!

In the News….

The Mahony Center heads to NAGC 2022 at Indianapolis, November 17-20.

The Jodie Mahony Center receives Arkansas Department of Elementary and Secondary Education grant to establish the University of Arkansas at Little Rock National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Teacher Academy.

Dr. Christine Deitz receives AGATE’s Martha Ann Jones-Norton Service Award.

Jodie Mahony Center receives AEGIS (Academic Enrichment for Gifted in Summer) grant for MT Stage: Expressions.  Read more….

Dr. Christine Deitz becomes National Association for Gifted Children Board Member… Read more…

Dr. Ann Robinson receives A. Harry Passow Award for Leadership in Gifted Education from the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children!  Join the celebration… View the presentation of the award.   Read more…

Dr. Ann Robinson named Distinguished Professor.  Read more…


What’s New…

Explore our rich collection on online resources for children and parents!


Advancing Gifted Education

As one of only 25 centers in the nation dedicated to the development of gifted students, the Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education is uniquely poised to offer training, and guidance to Arkansas residents who are a part of our high-achieving community of thinkers, doers, and learners. The Center is the home of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate programs in gifted education, one of the largest of its kind in the United States. It focuses on:

    • STEM education
    • Professional development
    • Research
    • Graduate programs
  • AP summer institutes
  • Pre-collegiate program

 Congratulations to the schools selected for STEM+C2.

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