Mikala Kane


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Feel Your Best Self puppets Nico, CJ, and Mena

Feel Your Best Self Wins Telly Award for the Second Straight Year

The educational online toolkit that helps children cope with big emotions won a silver award in the Education and Training – Online category

Wallace Symposium attendees

UConn’s Renzulli Center Hosts Wallace Research Symposium on Talent Development

The national symposium came to Storrs for the first time, bringing together experts on gifted education and talent development

Nine women stand in a group and smile at the camera.

UConn Partnership with East Hartford Public Schools Celebrates First Year

UConn WSCC team marks productive year of improving health and well-being of school children with CDC visit

Neag School Class of 2024 graduates process alongside the Gentry Building led by a Black male student carrying the School's light blue banner.

Neag School of Education Celebrates 165 Bachelor of Science Graduates

Graduates of the Sport Management and Integrated Bachelor's/Master's Teacher Education programs were celebrated Sunday morning at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts

A group of college students poses for a photo in a classroom while wearing sock puppets on their hands.

Students From Public Health House Learning Community Feel Their Best Self

Interdisciplinary collaboration between UConn’s Collaboratory on School and Child Health, Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, and the Public Health House Learning Community allows students to see the possibilities of the future

Alyssa Hadley Dunn and Suzanne Wilson

Two Neag School Faculty Named Outstanding Reviewers by AERA

Alyssa Hadley Dunn and Suzanne Wilson were recognized at the American Educational Research Association’s 2024 Annual Meeting

Jason G. Irizarry

Neag School of Education Dean Receives Equity Champion Award

Jason G. Irizarry will accept the award from the Connecticut Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents in May

Neag School of Education Class of 2023 graduates in the Gentry Building atrium

Four Neag School Graduate Programs Ranked Among the Best in the Nation

The School has also been named a top 25 public graduate school of education by U.S. News & World Report for the ninth straight year

Danielle Filipiak and Grace D. Player

Two Neag School Researchers Honored with AERA Early Career Awards

Danielle Filipiak and Grace D. Player will receive the awards at the American Educational Research Association’s 2024 Annual Meeting

The Gentry Building under construction in 2004.

25 Years as Neag: Inspiring an Updated, High-Tech Home for the School of Education

Ray and Carole Neag’s transformational gift in 1999 was a catalyst for the massive, two-phase addition and renovation to the Gentry Building in the 2000s