More than 60 faculty researchers and graduate students from the Neag School of Education will be in full force at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA)’s Annual Meeting, taking place Thursday, April 16, through Monday, April 20, in the heart of downtown Chicago.
This past fall, Neag Assistant Professor Joseph Cooper began reaching out to black male student-athletes at UConn, gathering them for a new grassroots effort called Collective Uplift, which seeks to empower, educate, and inspire ethnic minorities at UConn to maximize their full potential as holistic individuals, not exclusively in the realm of athletics, but also beyond.
U.S. News & World Report released its annual national rankings of graduate schools of education on March 10, with the Neag School of Education ranking No. 31 in the nation, up two slots this year from No. 33.