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The Center's 30th Anniversary Spotlighted in WKU Spirit Alumni Magazine

The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU has been providing opportunities and services to children who are gifted and talented, their parents, and their educators for 30 years.  Dr. Julia Link Roberts, founder and Executive Director of The Center, has devoted her career to fulfilling the mission and realizing the vision of The Center.  In honor of the first 30 years for The Center for Gifted Studies, the WKU Spirit magazine for alumni and friends of the university offers 30 points of pride and milestones.

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