The Bulletin (Neag School alumnus, Rick Holmberg, followed in his father’s footsteps to run the 120-year-old family business)
Neag School alum Sarah Hodge gives graduation address at her alma mater, Hartford’s Bulkeley High School.
The Bulletin (Students from Neag School’s TCPCG program get hands-on experience through Norwich Free Academy’s summer STEM program)
In this new series, the Neag School will be catching up with students, alumni, faculty, and others throughout the year to give you a glimpse into their Neag School experience and their current career, research, or community activities. Here, Kelsey Karp ’16 (CAHNR) — an aspiring agriculture educator currently enrolled in in the Neag School’s Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG) — shares insights into her time at UConn, where she spent her last year as an undergraduate living and working at UConn’s Spring Valley Student Farm. Through TCPCG, an 11-month program designed for college graduates looking to earn teacher certification, Karp is getting one step closer to fulfilling her ambition to become an educator.
Nutmeg Sports (Neag School graduate student, Casey Cochran, is interviewed about the article in The Player’s Tribune and his experiences with concussions)
UConn Today (Neag School’s Sandra Chafouleas, Joseph Madaus, and Glenn Mitoma are partnering with new programs throughout UConn)
Benzinga (Neag School’s Casey Cobb provides feedback on a Milwaukee charter school report)
In this piece written for Players’ Tribune, former UConn football star Casey Cochran ’15 (CLAS) — currently a graduate student in the Neag School’s sport management master’s degree program — shares, in his own words, the story of enduring his 13th concussion, an injury that ultimately prompted him to end his ambition of playing professional football. Today, Cochran is working to advocate for greater awareness about head trauma and concussions in sports.
Over nearly four decades, a total of more than 26,000 educators have convened on the UConn Storrs campus for Confratute, a weeklong summer institute that provides educators with practical strategies for engagement and enrichment learning for all students. Thanks to support from one philanthropic family institution known as the Barnes Foundation, close to 100 attendees have been able to attend Confratute over the past three years — including this summer’s program, which marks Confratute’s 39th year.