The Jeanius Lab
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When Dorothy "Jeanius" was on her academic journey,
it was important to utilize a variety of resources.
Dorothy Jean believes, "there is always room to learn more."
Reading, creativity, and nutritional value make for a total learning package.
This section is information for parents and teachers to make learning fun.
DOROTHY "JEANIUS" TILLMAN STORY
Dorothy Jean Tillman, II, is affectionately known as "DJ," is an award-winning child prodigy, tech and arts enthusiast, and community leader. Her friends and family call her "Dorothy Jenius," and her motto is leading by examples of excellence. She enjoys reading, painting, and spending time with friends and family. At the age of 10, she enrolled as a college freshman at the College of Lake County, majoring in Psychology, where she completed her Associate's Degree in August of 2016. Following this milestone achievement, DJ went on an accelerated path of academics and enrolled in classes at Stanford University Continuing Studies, BYU Distance Learning and complete her Bachelor of Science in Humanities at Excelsior College in the summer of 2018. In the spring of 2020 Dorothy Jean reached another milestone by completing her M.S. from Unity College in Unity, Maine making her the youngest environmental and sustainable scientist in the country. She is an alumnus of the Golden Eagle Aviation Legacy Flight Academy based in Tuskeegee, AL at Moten Field- home of the Tuskeegee Airmen. DJ was recently selected to participate in Chicago's Future Founders program, created by Brad Keywell, CEO of Groupon. DorothyJean plans to go on to be the founder of Dorothy Jeanius STEM Labs, publish STEM children's books, and speak on topics to inspire youth to take steps to save the planet.