The Giftedness, Creativity and Talent Development Program at the University of Connecticut offers multiple pathways for interested graduate students to pursue advanced-level courses. Students have opportunities to gain in-depth knowledge about identifying and serving students for special programs and services to develop their gifts and talents. Students can also pursue research in the area of creativity and innovation. The program is housed in the Department of Educational Psychology, which offers a graduate certificate, master of arts, sixth-year diploma, and doctor of philosophy programs in gifted and talented education.
- UConn team at NAGC ConferenceFaculty, staff, and students from UConn’s Renzulli Center for Creativity, Gifted Education, and Talent Development will present at the 2019 conference of the National Association for Gifted Children. Click below for a schedule of presentations from team members and our collaborators on our projects. NAGC_SchedulePosted on October 31, 2019
- UConn Gifted Education Receives $5 million for researchRead UConn Today storyPosted on October 11, 2019
- James Kaufman Profiled by Rice Magazine on CreativityRead the article here: Dr. Kaufman on CreavityPosted on May 16, 2019
- Grads Rachel McAnallen and Betsy McCoach HonoredEducational Psychology graduates, Rachel McAnallen and Betsy McCoach, were both recognized with Neag Alumni awards.Posted on April 15, 2019
- Del Siegle featured in District AdministrationDel Siegle was featured in District Administration for gifted and talented research.Posted on April 15, 2019