Our Summer Camp Innovation Academy Classes will be held

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, July 23, 25, and 27.

Registration is now OPEN.  

 

The Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies offers the following programs and services:
  • High School STEM Day High School STEM Day will be Friday, October 26, 2018. We expect 300 high school students to converge on NKU's campus to take part in hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) demonstrations, team-building challenges, and unique opportunities learning directly from industry professionals, college professors, and local STEM leaders.
Camp Innovation Students Explore the Road To Becoming a Doctor

Camp Innovation Students Explore the Road To Becoming a Doctor

Camp Innovation Students Learn How to Be a Video Game Designer

Camp Innovation Students Learn How to Be a Video Game Designer

Camp Innovation Students Explore the Field of Veterinary Science

Camp Innovation Students Explore the Field of Veterinary Science

Camp Innovation Champion Chess Masters

Camp Innovation Champion Chess Masters

Camp Innovation Students Learn About Body Systems in the Road to Becoming a Doctor

Camp Innovation Students Learn About Body Systems in the Road to Becoming a Doctor

Camp Innovation ARTprenuers

Camp Innovation ARTprenuers

Camp Innovation Students Explore Their Musical Songwriting Skills

Camp Innovation Students Explore Their Musical Songwriting Skills

Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies Mission:

The mission of the Institute is to be internationally recognized as the standard bearer of talent development and gifted education. The Institute shares Northern Kentucky University’s three-part mission of teaching, scholarship, and public engagement by being a comprehensive and valued resource for students, teachers, and parents in the regional community; innovating educational technology best practices that support the precocious abilities of gifted and talented children; conducting rigorously applied research on topics relevant and useful to gifted and talented students, educators, and parents.  The Institute strives to develop collaborative, meaningful partnerships with businesses, community agencies, and educational institutions in support of high potential and gifted youth.

The Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies is located in the Mathematics-Education-Psychology Center, Room 282.  For information regarding the Institute, contact Dr. Kimberly Clayton-Code at gifted@nku.edu.