UConn professor-in-residence and Neag alumnus Timothy Dowding (Ph.D. ’01), who teaches at UConn’s Stamford campus, received a Provost’s Award for Excellence in Public Engagement
He’s been described by former students and colleagues as “a presence that truly inspires,” “king of the teachable moment” and among the top scholars in his field. Now, Scott W. Brown is also known as a UConn Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor.
A Neag alumna with a Ph.D. in educational psychology focused on gifted and talented education, Gavin has been actively involved in philanthropic support for the Neag School since her retirement.
Neag professor James C. Kaufman is an internationally recognized expert on how each individual’s creativity can be tapped in a multitude of settings. One of his primary focuses is on breaking down the preconception that creativity belongs only in the arts.
Schools in Jordan and throughout the Middle East will soon be led by administrators as confident and knowledgeable as those who have graduated from the Neag School of Education’s highly rated University of Connecticut Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP).
For his doctoral research project, former kinesiology student Evan Johnson wanted to know whether people exercising without a monitor could feel or perceive when their bodies reached a prescribed level, as this method has been suggested as a surrogate for heart rate monitoring in the past. The results surprised him.
The Neag School of Education Alumni Society and the faculty of the Neag School of Education recognized outstanding alumni at the 16th Annual Awards Dinner on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at UConn.
Instead of accepting the negative effects the economy had on Sound Manufacturing, Vallieres used the educational principles she gained as a Ph.D. student in the Neag School’s Adult Learning Program to creatively direct her company out of this difficult period.
Holding her new book Treatment Integrity: A Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice in Applied Psychology, Dr. Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti was relieved and proud to show off the “exciting” results of a four-year project.
E.B. Kennelly School is the first school to participate in UConn Alumni Association’s Workplace Ambassadors Program. Launched in 2012, the program aims to provide an atmosphere where student interns can interact, network and develop a mentorship relationship with UConn alumni who work in their internship sites