Author: Sandy Matosz

Spirited Physical Therapy Student Stands Out Among His Classmates

May 29, 2013

Physical Therapy student Jacob Kravitz is not what you would call an average UConn student. As a part of the Neag School of Education’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program, Kravitz is required to perform at least 40 hours a week of clinical education in addition to classes and human performance lab work. Outside of […]

HESA Alums Offer Valuable Insight to Current Students

May 29, 2013

The Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) program’s first alumni feedback panel meeting this past February was a successful effort to enhance program offerings.  Alumni from a community college, a regional public university, and a technical college were invited to share their views of what elements of the current HESA program were useful and what […]

Neag International Professor Shares Experiences with Students

March 29, 2013

Fresh from a sabbatical to Thailand, Neag Professor Xae Alicia Reyes has always found her life to be international. “My interest in strengthening our sense of being part of the international community is a strong part of my identity as a military dependent,” says Reyes. “My mother was also a military dependent born in the […]

Neag Alumnus Promoted to Director of the Nayden Clinic

February 15, 2013

As new director of the Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic, Jeremy Vigneault, PT, is focused on success. “My job is to ensure the success of others, whether they are my colleagues, students or patients,” Vigneault says. “I’m a proud member of the Nayden team.” On staff since 2005, Vigneault spent his first six years there as a […]