The mission of the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for
Young Scholars (RC) at the University of Washington is threefold:
teaching, research, and service.
The RC is a leader in the nation for developing programs that
serve highly capable young pre-college and college students.

Teaching

The Center's programs are aimed at expanding on students' learning methods and experiences. Visit our Faculty & Staff page to learn about our stellar teachers and counselors.

Research

The Robinson Center's cohort of exceptional youth is a unique forum for educational research. Join us for our annual winter symposium, this year to be hosted jointly with the CTY.

Service

In addition to academic counseling and services available to our students, the Center offers programming for our parents and Professional Development for local educators.

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What is Freedom? Teaching Kids Philosophy in a Pandemic

Philosophy helps empower children to cope in difficult times. An article in today’s New York Times features the role the UW Center for Philosophy for Children plays in teaching children to think about big questions and to develop confidence in their ideas. Debi Talukdar, who is mentioned in the article, teaches philosophy for children in […]

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Announcing 2020’s Paradise Scholarship Recipients

The Paradise scholarship awards students based on academic merit, a strong reflection on the purpose of their education, and community service. The Robinson Center is pleased to announce our 2020 Paradise scholarship recipients: Jolie Phan, Amy Xu, Sophia Carey, Kaushik Komandur, Tiara Schwarze-Taufiq, Anna Finch, Wendi  Zhou Congratulations to these exceptional EEPers and ACADs!

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Additional Professional Development Session Now Open!

There has been an overwhelming amount of interest in our online professional development offerings this summer! For now, another section of the Challenging Advanced Learners of Hi-Cap Plus session is open for registration. Date: July 7-8, 2020 Time: 9AM – 3PM Cost: FREE Register today!

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