Esther Katz Rosen Lecture on Gifted Children and Adolescents

An annual lecture on the psychological understanding of gifted children and adolescents.

Sponsor: APF

Description

Since 1992, APF's Rosen fund has supported an annual lecture on the psychological understanding of gifted children and adolescents. The lectureship honors Esther Katz Rosen, PhD, a prominent clinical psychologist who specialized in working with children and was drawn to helping gifted children achieve their potential.

Past Recipients
2014

David Yun Dai, PhD
Giftedness in the Making: The “Being” and “Doing” of Talent Development and Creativity (PDF, 293KB)

2013

Joshua Aronson, PhD, New York University Steinhardt

2012

David Lubinski, PhD, Vanderbilt University

2011

K. Anders Ericsson, PhD, Florida State University

2010

Frank C. Worrell, PhD, University of California, Berkeley

2009

Nancy Andreasen, MD, PhD, University of Iowa

2008

Ellen Winner, PhD, Boston College

2007

James Gallagher, PhD, University of North Carolina

2006

Lecture Cancelled

2005

Joyce VanTassell-Baska, PhD, National Association for Gifted Children

2004

David F. Lohman, PhD, University of Iowa

2003

Nicholas Colangelo, PhD, University of Iowa

2002

Julian Stanley, EdD, Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth Project, Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University

2001

Adele E. Gottfried, PhD, California State University

2000

Rena Subotnik, PhD, Hunter College

1999

Larry Scripp, EdD

1998

Barbara Kerr, PhD

1997

Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, PhD

1996

Robbie Case, PhD

1995

Frances Degen Horowitz, PhD

1994

Prof. Dean Keith Simonton

1993

Carol Tomlinson Keasey, PhD

1992

Nancy M. Robinson, PhD