Dr. Colleen Lewis has been teaching with us since 2009, and her goal each summer is not only to teach her students but to learn from themâ€”her research at ATDP has yielded four publications that will help inform computer science teaching all over the world.
ATDP students, faculty, and alumni are always involved in interesting activities and reaching new heights toward their goals! Here are some accounts of some of their recent challenges and accomplishments.
Interim Director Adena Young interviews ATDP Faculty Director and Talent Development Researcher Frank Worrell on his recent article in Psychological Science in the Public Interest.
Public mass transportation policy is a career path for two ATDP alumni. Their post-secondary education and career paths are as similar as their pre-collegiate lives were dissimilar, until each came to ATDP.
I know that this email conversation belongs in the Bragging Rights column, but I canâ€™t single out whoâ€™s bragging: the teacher, the student, or ATDP for having the privilege of
Many Secondary Division students, especially middle schoolers, know and have enjoyed working with Amy Abdallah as our ATDP-GearUp counselor. Amy had worked at the San Francisco Unified School District for
As the Director of the Academic Talent Development Program for the past 24 years, Nina Hersch Gabelko has created meaningful and lasting learning and teaching experiences for over 27,600 students and close to 700 teachers.
We extend our heartiest congratulations to ATDP alum Geoff Quan, who was recently invited into Film Independent’s prestigious Project:Involve film mentorship program as a director. A long-time member of the
Several hundred ATDP alumni share exciting memories of their experiences in Gemma Whelan’s Shakespeare as Theatre classes at ATDP. I particularly enjoyed the performance put on by students in her