Awards for Excellence in Research winners, 2002-2003

Wayne D. Parker, Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, "Perfectionism in mathematically gifted and typical Czech students"

David Lubinski, Vanderbilt University, "Top 1 in 10,000: A 10-year follow-up of the profoundly gifted"

James J. Gallagher, University of North Carolina, "Unthinkable thoughts: Education of gifted students"

Joseph S. Renzulli, University of Connecticut, "Expanding the conception of giftedness to include co-cognitive traits and to promote social capital"

Rose Mary Webb, Vanderbilt University, "Mathematically facile adolescents with math–science aspirations: New perspectives on their educational and vocational development"

Jacqueline D. Shannon, Ph.D., New York University, "Beyond rough and tumble: Low-income fathers’ interactions and children’s cognitive development at 24 months"

David Yun Dai, Ph.D., University at Albany, "Are gifted girls motivationally disadvantaged? Review, reflection and redirection"

Jeanne M. Stuck, Ph.D., College of William & Mary, "A study of talent development in a predominantly low socioeconomic and/or African American population"

Annie Zuemei Feng, College of William & Mary, "The talent development of American Physics Olympians"