In collaboration with their partners, David Todd Campbell, professor of science education, and David Moss, the director of global education for the Neag School, have established the Connecticut Network for Science Educators and Preservice Teachers (CoNSEPT).
When Sushruta Kunnenkeri was a child, his father fostered a learning environment at the kitchen table, inviting his children to talk about science and history, giving them the confidence to explore new fields and ask questions — something Kunnenkeri, now an aspiring science teacher enrolled in the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG), wants to encourage his students to do.
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Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy (LLEP) is a doctoral program available through the Neag School’s Department of Educational Leadership, offering concentrations in three areas: adult learning; leadership and education policy; and sport management. This installment of “10 Questions” connects with two current Ph.D. candidates in the LLEP program.
When most people say “This place is a circus,” it typically means things have gone crazy or out of control. But for former circus clown and new Parish Hill girls’ basketball coach David Kohn, the phrase takes on a different kind of meaning.
“You can turn on the news at any time and see so much hate that all you want to do is curl up in a ball and never come out of bed. It is hard for anyone to digest what is happening in our world today,” writes Neag School master’s student Emily Cipriano.
Bob Bonn has added nine of the program’s 24 NCAA Division III sports. On his watch, the Red Men and Lady Reds have raised 115 banners — each signifying a conference championship or top-eight national finish — in 19 of those sports.