Neag School of Education

Faculty Lead Work to Implement 21st Century Skills in Classrooms

Three Neag School of Education faculty members have received a $65,000 “seed grant” to develop a common language and applied understanding of the Partnership for 21st Century Skill’s (P21) “Four Cs” of creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication.

Reflections From a Recent Graduate

Melody Li graduated last month with a master’s degree in Sports Management from the Neag School of Education. She recently reflected on her time as a student at UConn.

Fourth-graders perform an electromagnetic experiment with the help of their teacher Freddie DeJesus at Dr. Joseph S. Renzulli Gifted and Talented Academy in Hartford on Dec. 14, 2011. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Poll: Americans Skeptical About Common Core

Although broad support exists for national standards, the poll shows wariness about this much-debated education initiative.

Kinesiology Moves, College of Agriculture Renamed

The department was recently relocated to the renamed College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources.

Renowned Retired Math Professor Continues to Support Neag School

A Neag alumna with a Ph.D. in educational psychology focused on gifted and talented education, Gavin has been actively involved in philanthropic support for the Neag School since her retirement.

Neag Alum Recognized for Wide-Reaching Efforts to Convert Agricultural Waste into Much-Needed Goods

UConn professor-in-residence and Neag alumnus Timothy Dowding (Ph.D. ’01), who teaches at UConn’s Stamford campus, received a Provost’s Award for Excellence in Public Engagement

Suzanne Wilson Elected to the National Academy of Education

Neag Endowed Professor Suzanne Wilson was one of 14 preeminent international education leaders recently elected to the National Academy of Education (NAEd). She is the first Neag faculty member to receive this prestigious honor.

Celebrating Diversity in Teacher Education

The Diversity Dinner was the highlight of Neag School’s “multi-pronged initiatives” in increasing diversity in teacher education.

Neag School Joins Forces with E.B. Kennelly School Through Workplace Ambassadors Program

E.B. Kennelly School is the first school to participate in UConn Alumni Association’s Workplace Ambassadors Program. Launched in 2012, the program aims to provide an atmosphere where student interns can interact, network and develop a mentorship relationship with UConn alumni who work in their internship sites

Neag Professor Releases New Book on Treatment Integrity in Applied Psychology

Holding her new book Treatment Integrity: A Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice in Applied Psychology, Dr. Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti was relieved and proud to show off the “exciting” results of a four-year project.