The Center publishes a bi-annual newsletter that features articles of interest to Parents and Teachers of Gifted Children and Youth.
Spring 2014 Competitions by Dr. Tracy Riley
Fall 2013 College Preparation Tips for Parents by Dr. Will Deyamport, III
Spring 2013 Why a Federal Mandate for Identification and Services for Gifted Children is Needed by Dr. Elizabeth Shuanessy.
Fall 2012 Leadership Development: Building Global Awareness and a Global Perspective with Gifted Students by Dorothy Sisk, Ph.D.
Spring 2012 Continuous Progress Curriculum by Tracy Williams
Fall 2011 Avoiding the Tecnology Paradox by Kevin Besnoy,Ph.D.
Spring 2011 The States Lead: Will Washington Follow? by Jay McIntire
Fall 2010 Turning "Visions" into Reality: Two Ways Teachers Can Help Students Become Successful Product Developers by Kristen Stephens, Ph.D.
Spring 2010 Developing Leadership Potential in the Home and School by Suzanne Bean, Ph.D.
Fall 2009 Twice Exceptional Students: Fostering Their Untapped Talent by Kevin Besnoy, Ph.D.
Spring 2009 Independent Study for Gifted Learners by Susan K. Johnsen, Ph.D
Fall 2007 Supporting Talent in the Visual Arts by Jesse Cukierkorn, Ph.D.
Spring 2007 Gifted Students and Technology: How Do They Fit Together by Kevin Besnoy, Ph.D
Fall 2006 Ensuring the Success of Gifted Studens in the Traditional Classroom by Susan Winebrenner
Fall 2005 A Nation Deceived: How Schools Hold Back America's Brightest Students by Nicholas Colangelo, Susan Assouline, and Miraca U.M. Gross
Spring 2005 Understanding Young Gifted Children by Sandee Manning
Fall 2004 Twice-Exceptional Children by Kevin Besnoy
Spring 2004 So Your Child is Gifted! by Silvia Rimm, Ph.D.
Fall 2003 The Need to Continue Research and Advocacy for Gifted and Talented Girls and Women by Sally M. Reis
Spring 2003 Leadership Education: A Key to the Future
Spring 2002 Herrintons Establish $500,000 Fund for Karnes Chair by Donna McGuyer
Fall 2001 Spring Day of Sharing
Spring 2001 In the Good Ol' Summertime