Neag School of Education

Cob Carlson

UConn Magazine: The Greatest Career in the World

Cob Carlson ’76 (ED), film editor – and sometimes producer and director – looks back on his favorite projects

Charles B. Gentry Building

Neag School Office of Teacher Education Launches Microgrants to Benefit Future Teachers

A new initiative created by Director of Teacher Education Alyssa Hadley Dunn is designed to give grants of up to $150 to fund unique classroom experiences for teacher education students.

Gov. Ned Lamont, Kiana Foster-Mauro, and Education Commissioner Charlene M. Russell-Tucker

Neag School Alumna Kiana Foster-Mauro is Connecticut’s 2024 Teacher of the Year

Foster-Mauro ’20 (ED), ’21 MA will be recognized at a ceremony in Hartford in November, and is preparing an application for National Teacher of the Year

Emily Wicks, Gary Wolff, and Sandy Chafouleas pose with the $25,000 check following the Wolff New Venture Competition. Wicks and Chafouleas are the founders of Feel Your Best Self, which won the top award. Photo by Alex Syphers/Defining Studios

Wolff Entrepreneurship Competition Crowns Startup That Brings Emotional-Coping Skills to Elementary-Age Kids

The Wolff competition awarded almost $60,000 in funds for UConn-affiliated startups

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UConn Places Highly In Various National Rankings

UConn is considered one of the top public research institutions in the country and the rankings it has consistently received in the last year only reinforce that point

Three smiling females stand in front of blue banner with letters "Neag School of Education."

Neag School’s Annual Scholarship Celebration Spotlights Students and Donors

The event on Oct. 6 commemorated students’ academic achievements and the generosity of donors who have financially enabled those students to continue pursuing higher education.

Emily Wicks (left) and Sandra Chafouleas pose with some of their puppets and materials from Feel Your Best Self.

Startup ‘Feel Your Best Self’ Helps Young Kids Express, Address Their Emotions

A startup that grew in response to overwhelming demand

Two female college students sit at a table and chat

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

African American school counselor talks with female student in the student lounge.

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

Wilbur Cross with fall foliage. Oct. 12, 2021.

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