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.
Feel Your Best Self: Educators, Puppets Unite to Teach Kids About Emotions
Enduring the turmoil of a global pandemic for more than two years now, many of us have struggled. We can recognize the importance of self-care and wellness, but not everyone has necessarily adopted a daily meditation practice or quit their late-night doomscrolling. By now, though, perhaps we can admit to ourselves one thing: It’s OK to not be OK in every moment.
Neag School Graduate Students Launch Education Research Journal
With its inaugural edition slated for publication this fall, the Neag School of Education Journal is an editor-reviewed, open-access, annual journal founded and run by graduate students at the Neag School.
Neag School Plans for On-Campus 2022 Commencement
For the first time since Spring 2019, the Neag School of Education community is planning to celebrate Commencement Weekend on campus at UConn Storrs.
Partnering to Give Local Schoolchildren the ‘Vision To Learn’
Thanks to an effort spearheaded by UConn Vice Provost for Strategic Initiatives Gladis Kersaint, Neag School professor and former Neag School dean, students across Connecticut are receiving free vision screenings, eye exams and, for those in need, prescription eyeglasses from nonprofit Vision To Learn.
Neag School Named a Top 20 Public Graduate School of Education
UConn’s Neag School of Education appears for the seventh consecutive year as one of the top 20 public graduate schools of education in the United States, tied at No. 17, per the 2023 U.S. News & World Report rankings released earlier today.
In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus William Servedio
William “Bill” Servedio, associate professor emeritus and a former dean of the Neag School, passed away on Monday, Dec. 27, 2021.
New Book Tackles Controversial Questions on Education in America
A new book co-authored by Neag Professor of Educational Policy Casey Cobb is the latest installment in a series that examines controversial claims surrounding major political and cultural issues in America.
New Research Study to Investigate — and Address — Teacher Stress
With federal funding, Lisa Sanetti and colleagues will explore interventions to help reduce schoolteacher stress and improve mental well-being, with the long-term goal of retraining teachers in classrooms.
$1.5M Grant to Help Develop Exceptional Leaders in Math Education
The Connecticut Noyce Math Teacher Leaders (MTL) Program aims to support the development and retention of exceptional math educators in Connecticut’s highest-needs school districts — while also building these districts’ future leadership capacity in math education.