Neag School Alumni Board Announces the 2023 Alumni Award Winners
Eight outstanding graduates will be formally recognized at the Neag School’s 25th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration on Saturday, March 11.
Neag School Alumna Donna Hayward Named National Principal of the Year
The National Association of Secondary Principals recently honored Hayward ’98 6th Year, ’10 ELP, who is principal of Haddam-Killingworth High School.
From Honduras to UConn: Alumna Reflects on Path that Led to Interim Dean of Students Role
Fany DeJesús Hannon ’08 MA graduated from the Neag School of Education's Higher Education and Student Affairs program before serving as director of UConn's Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center
Q&A: Meet Neag School Ph.D. Student Ashley Taconet
Taconet became interested in the field of special education when her younger cousin was diagnosed with autism
Annual Scholarship Celebration Returns In Person, Spotlights Students and Donors
For the first time since 2019, UConn’s Neag School of Education held its annual Scholarship Celebration in person to commemorate the students who have benefitted, financially and personally, from numerous donors’ generosity. Students highlighted their personal experiences and thanked the individuals who helped them turn their educational dreams into reality.
Meet the Neag School 2022-23 Alumni Board and Board of Advocates
Members all volunteer to work toward engaging and connecting with alumni and friends of the School throughout the year.
Neag School Alumna Self-Publishes Children’s Book, Shares Insights on Being a Special Education Teacher
When Elizabeth “Liz” DeVitto ’14 (ED), ’15 MA looked for a book to help her students deal with emotions, she couldn’t find anything appropriate and decided to publish 'Finding a Safe Spot'
Neag School Welcomes Several New Faculty Members
Sakeena Everett, Latoya Haynes-Thoby, and Sandra Quiñones have joined the Neag School faculty this fall, and Alyssa Hadley Dunn will officially join in January at the start of the spring semester.
My First-Hand Account of Covering the Maccabiah in Israel
As an undergraduate student at UConn, Noam Watt reported from Gampel Pavilion, Rentschler Field, Elliot Ballpark, and numerous road venues, including Clemson University. He added a new location to his reporting journey this summer: Israel. Watt spent July covering the United States Delegation in the 21st Maccabiah. The Maccabiah, frequently referred to as the Jewish Olympics, is the 3rd largest sporting event in the world.
UConn Hosts Inaugural Frontiers in Playful Learning Conference
After a year of careful planning, the Neag School of Education’s Two Summers Educational Technology program and the UConn School of Fine Art’s Digital Media and Design (DMD) program co-hosted the inaugural Frontiers in Playful Learning conference from June 1 – 3, 2022.