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UConn Neag School of Education Journal

Neag School Graduate Students Publish Second Issue of Education Research Journal

The editor-reviewed, open-access, annual journal is founded and run by graduate students at the Neag School and has published four articles in its Spring 2024 issue

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Department of Educational Psychology Tops UConn Departments in Research Productivity

The Neag School department had the highest research expenditures across the Storrs and regional campuses in Fiscal Year 2023

A college student and teacher stand at the front of a classroom, facing a group of elementary students sitting on the floor and raising their hands.

Twenty Years of Nutrition and Physical Education in Connecticut’s Communities

UConn Husky Nutrition & Sport, a merger of two SNAP-Ed programs, launches new website and sets high goals for its next phase of community and campus engagement

Ray and Carole Neag pose in a classroom.

25 Years as Neag: School of Education Reflects on a Quarter-Century of Profound Growth and Community Impact

Throughout the Spring 2024 semester, the Neag School will honor Ray Neag’s transformational gift and look forward to its next 25 years

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Meet the Neag School’s 2023-24 Alumni Board and Board of Advocates

Current members of the two boards all volunteer to work toward engaging and connecting with alumni and friends of the Neag School throughout the year

Former Faculty Couple Gives Back to the University They Love

For Richard ’79 MA, ’81 Ph.D. and Kristin Schwab, UConn is home. The former faculty members continue to support the university they love, furthering their legacy and inspiring future generations of students in the Neag School of Education and the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources.

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Neag School Creates Mentoring Program for Teacher Education Students

The initiative pairs master’s degree and junior-year students in the Integrated Bachelor’s/Master’s program, with the aim of retaining more future educators

African American school counselor talks with female student in the student lounge.

Neag School Launches New Licensed Professional Counselor Program

The online certificate program is an extension of the Counselor Education master’s program and will help meet Connecticut's demand for licensed counselors in the wake of the pandemic

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UConn Centers Offer Free Professional Development to Local School Wellness Teams

The ‘WSCC Academy’ taught staff how to strengthen school practices to promote whole child development

Recent graduates from UConn's the BOLD Leadership Network posing for a photo

Neag School Creates New Graduate Certificate for Emerging Women Leaders

The 12-credit online program addresses leadership inequity by training women to put leadership theory into practice in their respective fields