Professor Preston Green IIIwas formally appointed the John and Maria Neag Professor of Urban Education on Aug. 14. A renowned expert in education law who joined the Neag School’s Department of Educational Leadership in 2013, Green also holdsa joint appointment in UConn’s School of Law.
Professor Christopher Rhoads is co-PI on a new $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that will investigate whether online courses provide increased access to STEM college degrees — particularly to students underrepresented in STEM fields.
The Neag School of Education is now seeking nominations for the 2020 Neag School Annual Alumni Awards through Oct. 31, 2019.
Securing a child’s academic success begins with choosing the right schools. But how can parents decide where to enroll their kids?
Following a vote by the State Board of Education to recommend Dr. Miguel A. Cardona to serve as commissioner of the State Department of Education, Governor Ned Lamont today announced that is advancing the nomination of the Meriden public schools educator to fill the position.
Victoria Schilling is an eighth-grade NGSS teacher who shares with us today all about how to use consensus modelling in your NGSS classroom.
Sarah Woulfin, associate professor in the Neag School’s Department of Educational Leadership has been named co-editor of Educational Researcher(ER) for 2019 to 2022.
There are times, says Jamelle Elliott ’96 (BUS), ’97 MA, when she sticks her head in to watch the UConn basketball players practice for a few minutes, because she misses the sweet echo of a bouncing basketball.
Elliott spent four years on the women’s team, and during her junior year, the undefeated women Huskies won the 1995 NCAA National Championship over the Tennessee Lady Vols, sparking a 10-year rivalry. Elliott was just the second player to record more than 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her 135-game career as a Husky. What’s more, the alumna of the School of Business and Neag School never missed a game, or a practice, in four years.
UConn Extension is leading a project that provides high school science teachers from across the state with a head start on a new way of teaching. Over the past two summers, 48 teachers from 38 school districts attended the 3-day Teacher Professional Learning (TPL) workshop, Land and Water.