The Daily | 2/1/12
Desmond Huynh is a UW senior majoring in neurobiology and comparative history of ideas. He plans to go to medical school after he graduates. Even though Huynh is a senior, he is 18, the age of most freshmen. Huynh came to the UW at age 13 as a student in the Early Entrance Program (EEP).
Inside Higher Ed | 3/17/11
Understanding of the purpose of "early college" programs has grown muddled in recent years. Nancy Hertzog, director of the Robinson Center for Young Scholars, is quoted.
UW Today | 2/23/11
The UW’s Robinson Center for Young Scholars will offer summer programs for fifth- to 10th-grade students. Classes include intriguing topics such as "The Meaning of Life" and "Puget Sound 2050."
The Daily | 12/6/10
The Robinson Center for Young Scholars, located on the first floor of Guthrie Annex 2, houses the students of the Early Entrance Program (EEP) and the UW Academy, or the EEPers and Acads as they sometimes call themselves. They range in age from 12 to 17.
U Week | 11/10/10
Nancy Hertzog had one heck of a first day teaching elementary school: one of her students pulled the fire alarm and then vanished — later he was found hitchhiking by the assistant superintendent — as fire and police forces descended on the school. Profile of Nancy Hertzog, new director of the Robinson Center for Young Scholars.
U Week | 5/20/10
Shakespeare’s magic is transplanted to the UW campus in A U-Dubber Night’s Dream, opening May 26 in the Jones Playhouse, with previews May 23 and 25. It’s a production that has been three and a half years in the making, and although it is under the auspices of the School of Drama, many people across campus have been involved. Ed Taylor, UAA’s dean and vice provost, has an acting role in the production.
U Week | 3/11/10
The UW’s Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars offers fifth- through 10th grade students a unique combination of vigorous academic work and summer fun in two summer programs.
3/2/10 | The Daily
Menon and Liu are two of the 35 students who joined the UW Academy this year, dropping out of high school after 10th grade and forgoing their high school diplomas to enroll at the UW two years early. The UW Academy is a program offered by the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars, which identifies and serves the needs of highly gifted pre-college and college students.
ABC Nightline News | 4.15.09
Inside UAA’s Robinson Center, providing an innovative education for some of the world’s most brilliant kids. (video)
HeraldNet | 6.25.08
Profile of Alexander Neale, 15, Snohomish student entering the UW through the Robinson Center’s Academy of Young Scholars.
Seattle PI | 9.25.08
The Daily | 04/21/08
It’s your first day at the UW. You clumsily move all your things into the dorms with the help of Mom and Dad and feel like you’ll never get to know anyone. After the tears and hugs, you sit and wait for your unknown roommate, wishing you were back in high school.
UW News | 12/06/07
Jeffrey Eaton, a senior at the UW, has been selected as a Marshall scholar, one of the highest awards available to college graduates in the U.S. He and fellow UW student Graham Griffiths were finalists in the competition, which awards full scholarships for graduate study in England to about 40 American students annually.
University Week | 10/23/07
The annual statewide hunt for Washington’s most talented fifth-through eighth-grade students is on again by the University of Washington.
Seattle Times | 08/24/07
When you hear he bypassed high school to enter the University of Washington at 14, that he was named top scholar in a freshman class of 4,255 and that he’s just received another prestigious fellowship, it’s tempting to think: This stuff must come easy to him.
Seattle PI | 08/23/07
Every once in awhile, Professor Jim Morrow teased his University of Washington math students by tossing out a truly advanced concept. The college kids were interested, yet most realized they wouldn’t be ready to tackle it for a few years. Except Nate Bottman.
The Seattle Times | 0618/07
Andrew Hsu has not yet been on a date or taken his driving test. But he does have three degrees — in neurobiology, biochemistry and chemistry.
The Daily | 03/02/07
This afternoon, three UW students will receive extra appreciation for outstanding performance during their time here at the UW.
University Week | 01/18/07
Students who entered college when they were 12 to 14 years old don’t fit the stereotype of unhappy "nerds" who are humorless, isolated misfits, according to a new study.
P-I REPORTER | 05.24.06
"Three University of Washington seniors will pursue such ambitions when they move to the United Kingdom this fall as recipients of top university honors — the Rhodes, Gates Cambridge and Marshall scholarships, respectively…"
SEATTLE TIMES | 05.19.06
"Three seniors with unusual ambitions and talents who together have landed their school a rare honor…"
UNIVERSITY WEEK | 04.04.06
Robinson Center for Young Scholars honors fifth-eighth grade students for academic achievement discovered through the Washington Search for Young Scholars…
THE DAILY | 02.08.06
Skipping four years of high school may not appeal to some teens, but to 16 young students it was an offer that could not be refused …
THE DAILY | 02.08.06
Eliana Hechter never attended her senior prom. She never went to her high school’s homecoming game, and never sat through a high school English exam. Instead, she opted to go to the UW at the age of 14 — but her accomplishments don’t stop there …
UWEEK | Thursday, October 14, 2004
Once again the UW is looking for the best and brightest fifth- through eighth-grade students throughout Washington. The UW’s Halbert & Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars is conducting the Washington Search for Young Scholars (WSYS) to …
COLUMNS: Briefings | June 2003
In recognition of their excellence in undergraduate education, the UW School of Drama and the UW Transition School/Early Entrance Program at the Robinson Center for the Young Scholars share the 2003 Brotman Awards for Instructional Excellence. See also: UWEEK’s Best & Brightest 2003