Neag School of Education
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
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
UConn Holds Steady at No. 26 Rank Among Public Universities
In the overall rankings that comprise all public and private institutions nationwide, UConn jumped nine spots from last year
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
‘Talking About Staying’: Groundbreaking Study Tracks Retention Among Women, POC, LGBTQ Engineers
With a nearly $1 million grant from the NSF, Visiting Assistant Research Professor Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo is exploring the experiences of underrepresented students and professionals in engineering
10 Questions With Rachael Gabriel About Her Book on Disciplinary Literacy
A professor of literacy education and director of the Neag School’s Reading and Language Arts Center, Gabriel recently published “Doing Disciplinary Literacy” through Teachers College Press.
Keyokah Mars-Garrick ’22 MA: From the Basketball Court to the Classroom
Keyokah Mars-Garrick ’22 MA, a special education teacher at Wheeler High School in North Stonington, Connecticut, originally attended Wheeler High as a student-athlete. Mars-Garrick returned to the school in 2020 as a substitute teacher while researching her next career move and fell in love with teaching and special education students.
10 Questions With Jennie Weiner About Advancing Women in K-12 Administration
An associate professor in the Neag School, Weiner recently co-published “Education Lead(her)ship: Advancing Women in K–12 Administration” through Harvard Education Press.
Neag School Welcomes New Faculty, Celebrates New Program Director
Risa Isard and Zachary Collier join the Neag School as assistant professors, while Tracy Sinclair has been named director of the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates
Neag School Expands its Early College Experience Courses, Allowing High School Students to Explore Careers in Education
More than 350 students from 21 partner schools were enrolled in the Neag School's ECE courses in 2022-2023, an increase from 201 students in five districts the year before.