After 31 seasons coaching the UConn softball team (1983-2014) and eight trips to the NCAA Tournament, Karen Mullins took her place among the sport’s elite when she was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Dec. 8.
The Neag School of Education and its Alumni Board are proud to announce the 2018 Neag School Alumni Awards honorees. RSVP online today for the springtime celebration.
David Erwin served as a superintendent in five state school districts during the past 23 years of his career. He became assistant superintendent in the Clinton school district in 1991 and was promoted to superintendent in 1995. He then became Canton superintendent in 1998, Montville superintendent in 1999, Avon superintendent in 2009 and Berlin superintendent in 2010.
Eleven national titles later, Auriemma and Dailey are in their 33rd season at the helm of the program they’ve built into a dynasty. On Tuesday, UConn will face Oklahoma in the Hall of Fame Holiday Showcase at Mohegan Sun Arena as Auriemma bids for his 1,000th career victory.
Drs. Gabriel and Woulfin authored Making Teacher Evaluation Work, a guide for literacy teachers and leaders (Heinemann).
CT Mirror (Neag School’s Jennie Weiner is interviewed about education reform in Connecticut)
UConn’s Office of First Year Programs and Learning Communities has tapped internationally recognized creativity expert and Neag School educational psychology professor Ronald Beghetto as the faculty director of UConn’s Innovation House.
The Daily Campus (The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has funded $300K though the Neag School to support mentor education)
Through a generous $300,000 award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, high school seniors enrolled in the foundation’s Young Scholars Program will be able to pursue areas of interest and advanced learning for a three-week residential program housed on the University of Connecticut’s Storrs campus in the summer of 2018.
Bloomfield Public Schools have named Jocelyn Poglitsch as principal of Metcomet School.