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Articles for: Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development

Research examines the creative process for a hit TV show

August 7, 2017
Findings from a recent presentation could have wider implications throughout the entertainment industry.

Apply for Creativity Awards by Aug. 20

July 12, 2016
Time is running out to submit your entry to the 2016 International Torrance Legacy Creativity Awards.

Professor recognized for work on diversity, equity

April 26, 2016
Tarek Grantham received the Student Government Association's Outstanding Professor Recognition Award for his work on diversity and equity issues.

Researchers to develop new measure of creativity

February 19, 2016
Two doctoral students from Plymouth University, United Kingdom are collaborating with gifted education professor Mark Runco on a new study that aims to develop objective methods of creativity measurement.

100 years later, Torrance's creativity still flows

October 19, 2015
Research starting from the pioneering work of the College's Dr. E. Paul Torrance continues to influence gifted and creative education today.

Birthday celebration and lecture focuses on creative kids, teenagers

September 24, 2015
Parents, teachers and caregivers can hear about simple ways to enhance a child's creativity at an upcoming celebration hosted by the University of Georgia College of Education.

Runco contributes 30 years of creativity research to new NEA report

August 27, 2015
Mark Runco recently participated in a new report that examines how creativity works in the brain.

New camp for underserved kids also serves research goal

June 23, 2015
We often hear about one-shot outreach programs designed to give students an opportunity to give back to the community, but this summer, the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE)—an educational research and development center in the College of Education—is taking "outreach" to a whole new level. For two weeks, 17 children from Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary School in Athens participated in creative problem solving activities and explored the Athens community through the Fu

Celebrating 100 years of creative thinking

May 11, 2015
College of Education's Torrance Center honors the life and legacy of Dr. Ellis Paul Torrance

2 graduate students receive E. Paul Torrance research awards

March 23, 2015
Two recent graduate students in the University of Georgia College of Education's educational psychology department, Selcuk Acar and Kristy Kowalske, have received E. Paul Torrance Graduate Student Research Awards for 2014. It's an honor to have two winners in one year from the same program and university. Acar and Kowalske are 2013 graduates of the educational psychology program. Selected by the American Creativity Association, this award honors Torrance's lifetime commitment to supporting