Call for Papers

Regarded by researchers and policy-makers as the preeminent research conference on gifted education and talent development, the focus of the 2018 Wallace Symposium will be on exploring research in the field of gifted education and talent development, as well as honoring the legacy of Julian C. Stanley. Scholars are invited to participate in this symposium to share current research findings and explore important questions relevant to the field. Presenters are invited to propose sessions related to the following themes:

  • Academic acceleration
  • Talent Search Programs
  • Early entrance to college
  • Other topics relevant to research in gifted education and talent development

The 2018 Wallace Symposium is co-hosted by the University of Iowa Belin-Blank Center and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.

Submit a proposal for an individual or poster/round table presentation.

The deadline for proposals has passed.

The Wallace Research Symposium is co-hosted by:

  • Belin-Blank Center, University of Iowa
  • Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University
  • Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth, Vanderbilt University

Located on:

  • The Mt. Washington Campus of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Baltimore, MD.