Joseph Renzulli, distinguished professor emeritus of gifted education and talent in the Neag School of Education and director of the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, addresses Confratute – a week-long institute devoted to enrichment-based differentiated teaching.Under the leadership of Renzulli, Confratute (which stands for CONFerence and instiTUTE and FRATernity) has been held annually at UConn for over 30 years. It attracts teachers, curriculum and enrichment specialists, administrators, school counselors, and others interested in education for gifted and talented students. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Joseph Renzulli, distinguished professor emeritus of gifted education and talent in the Neag School of Education and director of the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, addresses Confratute – a week-long institute devoted to enrichment-based differentiated teaching.Under the leadership of Renzulli, Confratute (which stands for CONFerence and instiTUTE and FRATernity) has been held annually at UConn for over 30 years. It attracts teachers, curriculum and enrichment specialists, administrators, school counselors, and others interested in education for gifted and talented students. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Joseph Renzulli, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of educational psychology gives the keynote address at Confratute on July 11, 2011 at von der Mehden Recital Hall.
Joseph Renzulli