USIA is working on a new project with the IQ Olympiad Foundation. The project is called the IQ Olympiad Project. The founder of IQ Olympiad Foundation is Dr. Ronald K. Hoeflin, who founded the Mega Society.
Members meet and communicate intelligently with each other on the Internet. By forming a small group, members can meet in person, but the main communication channel is online. Any intellectual debate is allowed in the community. Members' right to speak is guaranteed within the community. 1) Three Sigma Society Forum 2) Four Sigma Society Forum … Continue reading USIA Community
James Flynn (1934-2020)University of Otago – Professor Howard GardnerHarvard University - Professor Martin Rees2005-2010 President, Royal SocietyAstronomer Royal *Note: Honorary Contributors do not hold an official position in the USIA, but have contributed to the USIA through the USIA Research Journal or USIA Podcast.
Membership of the Giga Society is ideally open to anyone outscoring .999999999 of the adult population on at least one of the accepted tests. This means that in theory one in a billion individuals can qualify. Please do not confuse this criterion with popularly published scores on childhood tests (which are mental / biological age … Continue reading Giga Society (Experimental)
Paul Coojmans is the Contributing Fellow of the United Sigma Intelligence Association. Paul Cooijmans has created and administered a number of high-range intelligence tests (1995-present) and founded the Giga Society (1996) and Glia Society (1997). He serves as the Administrator of both societies and runs the enterprise “I.Q. Tests for the High Range”, which he started in 2005. His … Continue reading USIA Contributing Fellow Paul Coojmans
Interviewer: Scott Douglas Jacobsen Numbering: Issue 20.A, Idea: Outliers & Outsiders (Part Sixteen) Place of Publication: Langley, British Columbia, Canada Title: In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal Web Domain: http://www.in-sightjournal.com Individual Publication Date: August 15, 2019 Issue Publication Date: September 1, 2019 Name of Publisher: In-Sight Publishing Frequency: Three Times Per Year Words: 4,137 ISSN 2369-6885 Abstract Dr. … Continue reading An Interview with Dr. Ronald K. Hoeflin on “The Encyclopedia of Categories,” Family History and Feelings, Upbringing and Giftedness, and Aptitudes (Part One)
Detective Dan RUSU is the Honorary/Advisory Detective, and a Fellow (Honours) of the United Sigma Intelligence Association. Dan RUSU is the President of the World Association of Detectives(WAD) which is the longest established (in 1925) and largest association in the field. He is the former administrator of the International Police Association(IPA). Dan RUSU is CEO … Continue reading USIA Fellow Detective Dan RUSU
Professor Duncan Pritchard FRSE is an Honorary and Advisory Philosopher, and a Fellow (Hon) of United Sigma Intelligence Association. Professor Pritchard is a Chair in Philosophy (Epistemology) at the University of Edinburgh, UK, and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of California Irvine, USA. Professor Pritchard's research is mainly in the area of Epistemology; … Continue reading USIA Fellow Prof. Duncan Pritchard FRSE
Professor Graham Priest is a former Honorary and Advisory Philosopher, and a Fellow (Hon) of the United Sigma Intelligence Association. He is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and Boyce Gibson Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne. Prof. Priest is known for his work on non-classical logic … Continue reading USIA Fellow Prof. Graham Priest
Professor Susan Schneider, PhD is a former Honorary and Advisory Philosopher, and a Fellow (Hon) of the United Sigma Intelligence Association. Prof. Schneider is a Professor at the University of Connecticut, and the NASA-Baruch Blumberg Chair at the Library of Congress and NASA. She is also the Director of the AI, Mind and Society Group at … Continue reading USIA Fellow Prof. Susan Schneider