Dr. Christine Deitz is the featured Keynote speaker for the 2023 Utah Association for Gifted Children. Her topic is Building Better Curriculum: Meaningful Ways to Enhance and Enrich Student Learning. Read more about Dr. Deitz…..
UA Little Rock Graduate, Kay Jones, holds a masters degree in Gifted, Creative, and Talented Education, and is now a published children’s book author. Read more…
UA Little Rock Graduate is Sharing Gifted and Talented Education with the Community. Read more about Dr. Monica Meadows.
Dr. Christine Deitz becomes National Association for Gifted Children Board Member. Read more…
Robinson Awarded A. Harry Passow International Award for Leadership in Gifted Education (article written by UA Little Rock). Also, please enjoy the recent article featured in Women In Academia Read More.…
The Mahony Center’s Evonne Hair Celebrates her Graduation and Scholarship Achievements
Hinton received AGATE Curriculum Award for Gifted and Talented Education Unit
Hinton Publishes First Children’s Book; UA Little Rock Gifted and Talented Graduate
Mahony Center director, Dr. Ann Robinson receives Faculty Excellence Award for Research
NAGC Participants: Science fun for Everyone can be downloaded on the STEM Starters page
UALR Gifted and Talented Education Program Graduate Students Awarded Top Honors at the National Association for Gifted Children conference in New Orleans, LA
- Debbie Dailey, Outstanding Doctoral Student and Doctoral In-Progress Research First Place
- MaryLin McNeill, Outstanding Masters/ Specialist Graduate Student
STEM Starters Principal Investigator, Dr. Alicia Cotabish and Curriculum Coordinator, Debbie Dailey have the opportunity to meet with Bill Nye, the Science Guy at the NAGC Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Dr. Alicia Cotabish and Ms. Debbie Dailey from the Mahony Center were selected from among hundreds of proposals as featured speakers in the Virtual NAGC Conference. their session was STEM Starters Toolbox: Nuts, Bolts, and Tools for Elementary Gifted Teachers (STEM)
Summer Laureate University for Youth makes the Little Rock Times
Summer Laureate students visit the Channel 11 news set.
2 MILLION REASONS TO CELEBRATE (Thursday, April 7, 2011)
Two million people and counting from around the world have visited the Clinton Center since its dedication in 2004. “The library honored the “Honorary 2 Millionth Visitors” during a special reception at the Center to celebrate two Arkansans exemplifying public service who work hard to make the community a better place to live and work — and thank them for their dedication.”
Dr. Ann Robinson, director of the Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Gerald Cound were honored by the Clinton Library for their service to the state of Arkansas as the “Honorary 2 Millionth Visitors” with a special recognition ceremony and tour yesterday. They will also have the opportunity to meet with Bill Clinton at the Presidential Library.
Check out the news coverage and pictures of the special recognition: