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Child Prodigies: The YOUNGEST College Graduates (PHOTOS)

Huffington Post     First Posted: 06/02/10 06:12 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 05:00 PM ET

They have multiple degrees, Nobel Prize nominations, plum teaching positions at prestigious universities -- and all before the age of 20. They're child prodigies, and their accomplishments will blow you away (and perhaps incite you to hit the books).

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Colin Carlson
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Carlson began reading on his own as a toddler -- by age four, he finished "Harry Potter." At nine, he began taking courses at the University of Connecticut. After graduating from Stanford University Online High School at age 11, he enrolled at UConn full-time, where he holds down a 3.9 GPA. His primary interest is studying natural ecosystems, and he is currently suing UConn for age discrimination because they will not let him participate in a course that involves field work in South Africa.
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