Click to view news clips from these years below: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013. Visit the Davidson Fellows news clippings page to read more about that program.
To view clips prior to these years, visit the Archive press clippings page.
Boise 12-year-dd has started prepping for college. IdahoEdNews.org, May 29, 2018
Most Influential 2017: Meet the 100 top influencers in Orange County. The Orange County Register, December 22, 2017
h2Operation. KOLO, December 18, 2017
Meet 20 kids who are changing the world right now. Mother Nature Network, November 1, 2017
University summer camps add to the fun of the season. Nevada Today, July 6, 2017
No genius left behind: 17 metro Atlanta resources for gifted children. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 14, 2016
14-year-old headlines at the Pioneer Center. KOLO, March 22, 2016
Gifted Diagnosis (pages 84-91). Hawaii Parent, October/November 2015
An Accelerated Journey. Gifted Parenting Support, August 27, 2015
Studying gifted young people. The North Texan, June 12, 2015
9-year-old Lone Star College student delights in 'infinite complexity'. Houston Chronicle, May 12, 2015
Hollis mom's blog highlights home-schooling issues. New Hampshire Union Leader, February 15, 2015
2014 Davidson Fellow Elana Simon Introduces President Obama before his remarks on Precision Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. C-SPAN, Jan. 30, 2015
Reception Photos - Davidson Fellow Cellist Nathan Chan. Nevada Silver and Blue magazine, p. 15, Winter 2015
Amazing Kids! of the Month– May 2014 – Davidson Fellows. Amazing Kids! Magazine, May 2014
Parents Press for Attention to Programs for Gifted Students. Education Week, October 1, 2013
High School Whiz Kids Win Scientific Prestige . . . and Big Bucks. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, August 7, 2013
Music to My Ears. Imagine Magazine, March/April 2013
Third-grader accepted into young scholars program. Courier-Gazette, March 4, 2013
Gifted Children: Skipping Grades. Psychology Today, February 28, 2013
Started in 1999, the Davidson Institute for Talent Development is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation. Our mission is to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people ages 18 and under, and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference.
Profoundly gifted students are those who score in the 99.9th percentile on IQ and achievement tests. Read more about this population in this article.