Romano On: Duke University TIP Program

Posted: June 8, 2011 in Robert J. Romano

Robert J. Romano is proud to announce that he will be a professor for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) this summer and has been assigned to teach a two week course entitled Sports Management -The Game Behind the Game at Texas A & M University.

The Duke TIP program is  dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth and works with students to identify, recognize, challenge, engage, and help students reach their highest potential.

Children with advanced intellectual and academic abilities continually perplex and challenge educators, and schools may not have the resources and staff to adequately provide for the academic challenges, and social and emotional support that gifted children require. Duke TIP is committed to serving this unique group of students by providing services and programs beyond what is offered in the classroom to meet the individual needs of gifted children.

For a variety of reasons, many gifted children simply do not reach their full potential. Exceptionally bright students often go unrecognized because they hide their talents, underachieve, or exhibit behavioral problems.

Duke TIP enjoys a long history of supporting and extending local efforts to better understand, motivate, enrich, and academically challenge the brightest students in our nation.

For more information about Duke TIP programs, contact Duke TIP at (919) 668-9100 or download an overview of programs and services.

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