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Neag School Alumni Board scholarship awardees, Denée Jackson (pictured on the far left) and Elena Sada (pictured on the far right) gather with current Neag School of Education Alumni Board president, Kate Lunch, and fellow board member, Joe Macary.

Neag School of Education Announces Recipients of Alumni Board Scholarship

by: Shawn Kornegay   

The Neag School of Education at UConn announces the recipients of the Neag School of Education Alumni Board Scholarship as Elena Sada, a first-year doctoral student studying bilingual and multicultural education in the Neag School, and Denée Jackson, a master’s student in the Neag School of Education’s Higher Education and Student Affairs program.

Seven Neag School Alumni Award Recipients for 2018

Neag School Honors Seven Outstanding Alumni at Annual Celebration

by: Stefanie Dion Jones   

This past Saint Patrick’s Day, members of the Neag School of Education Alumni Board; Neag School faculty, staff, and administrators; friends of the University; and families gathered around tables draped in purple in the Rome Ballroom of the University of Connecticut’s Storrs campus to celebrate the achievements of seven Neag School alumni during the 20th annual Neag School of Education Alumni Awards Celebration. 

Clewiston Challenger

10 Questions With Counseling Professor Clewiston D. Challenger

by: Stefanie Dion Jones   

A former UConn student-athlete, Clewiston Challenger ’03 (CLAS), ’08 MA now serves as assistant professor of counseling in the Neag School. This latest installment of “10 Questions” connects with Challenger on his experiences as a UConn undergrad, his current research, and his aspirations for the students he now teaches in the counseling program.

Roszena Haskins ’17 Ed.D.

Roszena Haskins ’17 Ed.D.: Opening Doors to Opportunity

by: Shawn Kornegay   

Now an educator for more than 20 years, Roszena Haskins ’17 Ed.D. was not like her colleagues, who were inspired to become educators at an early age. It was not until her undergraduate college years at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she was studying radio, television, and film, along with English, that she thought about teaching.

Gentry Building in summer (Photo Credit: Sean Flynn/UConn)

U.S. News Names Neag School Among Top 20 U.S. Publics for 2019

by: Stefanie Dion Jones   

U.S. News & World Report released its 2019 national rankings of the best graduate schools of education on March 20, 2018, with the Neag School of Education ranking No. 30 in the nation. Once again, U.S. News has named the Neag School among the nation’s top 20 public graduate schools of education. It is tied at No. 17.

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