Education Week (Neag School’s Gladis Kersaint led a webinar on digging into mathematical discourse)
The Brainwaves Video Anthology (Neag School’s James Kaufman was interviewed on creativity and intelligence)
The Brainwaves Video Anthology (Neag School’s James Kaufman is interviewed on creativity and personality)
The Brainwaves Video Anthology (Neag School’s Ron Beghetto is interviewed on the uncertainty of teaching and leadership)
The Brainwaves Video Anthology (Neag School’s Ron Beghetto is interviewed on creativity)
le Monde (Neag School’s Joseph Cooper is quoted in this story)
This semester, UConn has become one of the pioneering U.S. universities to spearhead a national research initiative focused on issues of women and girls of color in the United States. With funding from The Collaborative, faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Neag School of Education, the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources, and the School of Social Work are working on two topics related to women and girls of color: environment and public health issues, and STEM pipeline issues.
The Daily Campus (Neag School’s Richard Gonzales was interviewed about the Wallace Foundation initiative)
The Neag School of Education hosted Jahana Hayes — an education spokesperson, teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury, Conn., and 2016 National Teacher of the Year — as the keynote speaker at this year’s annual Celebration of Diversity in Education event, held Sept. 28 at the Alumni Center on the UConn Storrs campus.
WNPR (Neag School’s Richard Gonzales was interviewed about the Wallace Foundation grant given to the Neag School to strengthen its principal preparation program)