Neag School of Education

Elizabeth Nonamaker

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Elizabeth Nonamaker

“UConn is a staple feature of growing up in Connecticut. When considering colleges, I knew UConn would have the most opportunities for me.”

Kaitlyn Neumann

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Kaitlyn Neumann

“I am a first-generation college student, so it has always been a goal of mine to graduate from a university like UConn with a degree in something that I love. ”

A group of college students poses for a photo in a classroom while wearing sock puppets on their hands.

Students From Public Health House Learning Community Feel Their Best Self

Interdisciplinary collaboration between UConn’s Collaboratory on School and Child Health, Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, and the Public Health House Learning Community allows students to see the possibilities of the future

Jenna Migliaccio

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Jenna Migliaccio

“I chose UConn because I felt at home when I toured here. I immediately felt comfortable walking the campus and could see myself living here and participating in the community.”

Logan McCallum Laval

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Logan McCallum Laval

“I chose UConn because of the Neag School! I wanted to be a teacher, and I knew the University had a great program that would allow me to not only leave with my master’s degree after five years but allow me to go directly into my career.”

Daniel Lozano

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Daniel Lozano

“During my senior year of high school, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I spent more and more time learning about the Neag School and how they prepared their students to be educators, which helped me decide that UConn was the place for me.”

Jenette Lopez

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Jennette Lopez

“I chose UConn because it was close to home but not too close. I had the chance to visit UConn during my junior year. I fell in love with the campus environment and the clubs that UConn offered so students could stay involved.” 

Dale Erickson.

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Dale Erickson

“I chose UConn because it was the perfect blend of a big-time college and a small town, a premier academic school with a growing sport management program, and the success of the athletics program.”

Female student in cap and gown by Jonathan statue.

Neag School Class of 2024 Student Profile: Molly Cole

"I transferred to UConn as a sophomore because I needed to pursue what would make me truly happy. I knew that UConn was a place where I could grow as a student and a person while attending a top-tier university and learning from people at the forefront of research in my field."

Two smiling professional females gather on stage at an awards event.

Neag School Receives $9K in 36 Hours During UConn Gives

The Neag School, including its Alumni Board, promoted three different education-affiliated projects during this year’s UConn Gives