Neag School of Education
Mary Beth Bruder, Ph.D., Awarded the Council for Exceptional Children’s Special Education Lifetime Achievement Award
Bruder will receive the award at the 2024 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Convention and Expo in San Antonio, Texas on March 14.
The KC Chiefs and the NFL Should Not Be So Quick to “Shake It Off”
Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor Sandra Chafouleas shares insights on learning from Travis Kelce's Super Bowl sideline behavior.
Neag School Alumni Board Announces the 2024 Alumni Award Winners
Eight outstanding graduates will be formally recognized at the Neag School’s 26th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration on March 9.
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
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
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
‘Disclosing Recovery’ Offers Roadmap for Conversations about Opioid Use
UConn Assistant Professor Zachary Collier and UConn alum Valerie Earnshaw lead groundbreaking project in opioid use disorder recovery
10 Questions With Tutita Casa About Mathematical Writing Research
The associate professor of elementary mathematics education recently co-published “Illuminating and Advancing the Path for Mathematical Writing Research”
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.
Neag School, El Instituto Host Book Talk on ‘The Latinization of Indigenous Students’
Faculty member Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo’s new book explores how schools interpret and handle demographic data, potentially disregarding Indigenous identity and affecting access to resources