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Winter Research Journal Celebrates 'Founder of Neuropsychology,' Excellence in Research Honorees

Winter <em>Research Journal</em> Celebrates &lsquo;Founder of Neuropsychology,&rsquo; Excellence in Research Honorees

Rather than the usual examination of a single topic, the latest Mensa Research Journal takes a look at past Mensa Foundation Lifetime Achievement and Excellence in Research awards winners.

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Charlie Steinhice Appointed Mensa Foundation Vice President

Charlie Steinhice Appointed Mensa Foundation Vice President

The Mensa Foundation has appointed Charlie Steinhice as its Vice President, replacing Eldon Romney, who is leaving the board after six years of service.

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Fall Research Journal Explores Research Into Exceptional Geniuses

Fall <em>Research Journal</em> Explores Research Into Exceptional Geniuses

The November issue of the Mensa Research Journal looks at the current research into prodigies, polymaths, savants, and creative genuises.

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Scholarship Essay Judges Needed

Scholarship Essay Judges Needed

It’s one of most fulfilling feelings — helping students flourish achieve their potential through education. Volunteer today to help support the Mensa Foundation's College Scholarship Program.

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The 2019 Colloquium Topic May Be None of Your Business

The 2019 Colloquium Topic May Be None of Your Business

Society has worked to strike an acceptable balance between personal privacy and public security as long as the two concepts have existed. Colloquium 2019 will explore how privacy rights have been transformed in the digital age and how they may yet change.

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