Program Details

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  • Purdue University - Virtual Program

ABOUT GER2I

LINK TO THE VIRTUAL PROGRAM BROCHURE - GERI Summer Virtual Brochure 2021

 

Please note that the PULSAR Medieval Minecraft course has been cancelled! 

 

The Gifted Education Research and Resource Institute (GER2I) at Purdue University is an innovative center dedicated to the discovery, study, and development of human potential. Founded by John Feldhusen in 1977, GER2I’s mission is holistic development of giftedness, creativity, and talents among individuals throughout their lifespan. This is accomplished through enrichment programs for gifted, creative, and talented youth; graduate programs for future scholars and leaders; professional development and coursework for educators of gifted, creative, and talented students; and cutting edge research in psychology and education related to giftedness, creativity, and talent development. GER2I’s work encompasses:

  • Researching gifted education and the psychology of talent development.
  • Educating professionals from around the world to promote the development of gifted, creative, and talented individuals.
  • Providing services and special programs for gifted and talented individuals and their families.

Additional Information

Purdue is committed to making its programs accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require an accommodation or special assistance for this program due to a disability, please contact us at 866.515.0023.

Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity university.


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