In Memoriam: Dean Emeritus Mark Shibles
Mark R. Shibles of Wilton, Maine, a former dean and professor emeritus of the Neag School of Education, was a highly respected scholar in educational leadership and policy. With his passing in August, the Neag School honors Shibles’ impact and his legacy.
Connecticut’s 2021 Letters About Literature Contest Winners Named
The Neag School of Education, UConn’s Department of English, and the Connecticut Writing Project (CWP), co-sponsors of the 28th annual Letters About Literature contest, are proud to announce Connecticut’s winners for the 2020-21 academic year.
Miguel Cardona Named 1st UConn Grad to Serve as U.S. Secretary of Education
Neag School alumnus Miguel Cardona ’01 MA, ’04 6th Year, ’11 Ed.D., ’12 ELP, was confirmed on March 1 by the U.S. Senate.
UConn Researchers to Reimagine Dual Language Education
The University of Connecticut has been awarded a $179,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education for a new research project centered on reimagining dual language education. The project’s purpose is to improve the ability of dual language programs to promote the equitable bilingualism and biliteracy development of all students through a greater focus on sociocultural competence.
UConn’s Neag School Alum Miguel Cardona Tapped to Be Biden’s Education Secretary
Miguel Cardona ’01 MA, ’04 6th Year, ’11 Ed.D., ’12 ELP has been selected by President-elect Joe Biden to be the next US Secretary of Education.
Amid COVID, Schools Can Help Families of Children With Disabilities
Editor’s Note: Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor Sandra Chafouleas, who serves as director of the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health (CSCH) co-published with CSCH postdoctoral research associate Emily Iovino ’15 (ED), ’16 MA, ’20 the following piece on supporting caregivers of children with disabilities in The Conversation. Children don’t come with how-to manuals. Even […]
Neag School Mourns Loss of Faculty Emeritus, Donor Vincent Rogers
Vincent Rogers of Storrs, Connecticut, a longtime educator and faculty emeritus at the Neag School of Education, died Thursday, Dec. 3, at age 93. He died at home, surrounded by his loving family. “We share our deepest condolences with the Rogers family, whose generosity over the years toward the Neag School has made a tangible […]
Finding Joy Through the Holiday Season
The pandemic is bringing an atypical holiday season this year, presenting change in the things we do, the way we do them, and who we do them with. We may miss out on getting together in person with family and friends, traveling to cherished places, or taking part in our traditional celebrations. Forced upon us, these unfamiliar changes can evoke feelings of loss and frustration.
Expanding Global Ed, Intercultural Learning at the Neag School
Associate Professor David Moss has spent the past six years actively expanding Neag School study abroad programs around the world as the Neag School’s global education director, and the past 20 years coordinating UConn’s long-standing London study abroad program in education.
The Renzulli Center: A Worldwide Leader in Gifted Education
Joseph Renzulli served as founding director of the Neag Center, the Lynn and Ray Neag Endowed Chair for Talent Development, as well as the first director of the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT), then one of a dozen centers in the U.S. focused on addressing significant issues in the education of gifted and talented students, and enrichment education. Under Renzulli’s guidance, the Neag Center evolved into one of the leading centers in gifted education and talent development in the world.