Accolades – below are news and notes from our alumni, faculty, staff, and students. We are proud of all the amazing accomplishments by our Neag family. If you have an accolade to share, we want to hear from you! Please send any news items (and story ideas) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students Jennifer Fiestas, a New London […]
Neag School Higher Education & Student Affairs (HESA) alumni recently reconnected with friends and colleagues and networked at the first-of-its-kind, one-day professional development conference on the UConn campus. HESA is a graduate degree partnership program with UConn’s Student Affairs and the Neag School of Education.
Carly Buehler isn’t daunted by the idea of working with limited resources under challenging situations. The Neag alumna has been a volunteer teacher at a community school for orphans and other vulnerable, at-risk children in Lusaka, Zambia, since graduating in 2012.
In an effort to more closely align the teaching, research and outreach programs of the Department of Kinesiology with the college in which it is based, the department was recently relocated to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, an area that has increasingly expanded its focus on human health. As part of that shift, […]
For the next five years, the Neag School will provide the editorial team and serve as host institution for the Educational Administration Quarterly (EAQ) journal—an honor that recognizes UConn’s strengths as a leader in education.
Neag Associate Professor of Adult Learning Robin S. Grenier took not just her expertise and enthusiasm to Iceland, but her husband and young daughter. The three moved to Reykjavik, Iceland, for a semester as part of her receiving a Fulbright Award to teach and conduct research at the newly established Museums Studies Program at […]
The Neag School of Education is offering an Online Graduate Certificate for professionals working in sports organizations and intercollegiate or interscholastic athletic administration, who can take their career to the next level with this innovative new program.
Three Neag School of Education faculty members have received a $65,000 “seed grant” to develop a common language and applied understanding of the Partnership for 21st Century Skill’s (P21) “Four Cs” of creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication.
The more Americans know about the Common Core Standards Initiative, the less likely they are to think it will achieve its goal of improving nationwide education outcomes in reading, writing, and math for K-12 students, according to a UConn Poll.
Neag School music education majors recently had the opportunity to chat and network with experienced music teachers at the mini-conference “Behind the Scenes of a Successful Program: a Professional Development Day for Aspiring Music Educators.”