Interdisciplinary collaboration between the Neag School, co-created by Sandra Chafouleas, and Ballard Institute goes high tech with the help of the UConn Tech Park, to the benefit of children across the state.
Interdisciplinary collaboration between the Neag School and Ballard Institute goes high tech with the help of the UConn Tech Park, to the benefit of children across the state.
This week, Eyewitness News is getting advice on how to help students who are going to school for the first time or moving from one school to another. Tuesday we’re focusing on helping kids transition from elementary to middle school. It can be challenging. It’s not just the next grade. It’s a new building, a new time of day, a different routine with more freedom, and more responsibilities.
Citing a demand for “knowledgeable and skilled data scientists” in sectors like online streaming, health care systems, retail and researcher, the University of Connecticut is introducing a new multidisciplinary Master’s in Data Science program this fall.
Cardona has two decades of experience. He began his career as an elementary teacher and then served as a school principal. In 2012, (Miguel Cardona) won the 2012 National Distinguished Principal Award for the State of Connecticut and the Outstanding Administrator Award from UConn’s Neag School of Education.
The University of Connecticut’s Early College Experience (ECE) Program allows high school students to earn UConn credits and meet general education requirements by taking college courses while still in high school. UConn’s Neag School of Education, consistently ranked as one of the top 20 public graduate schools of education in the nation, recently piloted several education courses and next year will offer courses in multiple high schools across Connecticut.
From online streaming to health care systems, from retailers to researchers, the demand for knowledgeable and skilled data scientists has never been greater. UConn has stepped up to meet the need with the launch of a new multidisciplinary Master’s in Data Science program and an inaugural full-time cohort of 20 students starting in the upcoming Fall 2022 semester.
An interdisciplinary group of UConn researchers is leading an effort to empower high school students to become “Eco-Digital” storytellers in their communities.
As an undergraduate student at UConn, I reported from Gampel Pavilion, Rentschler Field, Elliot Ballpark, and numerous road venues, including Clemson University. I added a new location to my reporting journey this summer: Israel.
Kathleen Lynch, an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut and coauthor of the meta-analysis, said the existing research shows not only that summer learning is an effective means of bolstering academic growth, but also a worthy recipient of finite COVID recovery dollars.