Neag School of Education

Neag Faculty Members are Promoted

The following faculty members were promoted this spring. Congratulations to all these faculty members for their hard work and dedication to the Neag School of Education. Del Siegle, Ph.D. Del Siegle was promoted to the rank of professor of educational psychology.  He will become the head of the Educational Psychology Department in July. Prior to […]

The Parent App: A Neag Alum’s Guide to Better Moms and Dads

In a world of “tiger moms,” timid moms and “helicopter parents,” a Neag School alumnus offers a thoughtful and proven middle ground.  Thomas McIntyre, who earned his Ph.D. in Special Education from the Neag School in 1981, dispenses advice to teachers and parents of youngsters with behavior challenges through his popular website,  The site offers a […]

Bray and Kehle Publish New Handbook on School Psychology

Melissa Bray, Ph.D., and Thomas Kehle, Ph.D., published The Oxford Handbook of School Psychology in February, one of 13 handbooks that constitute the Oxford University Press’ Library of Psychology. At the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education, Bray, a professor of educational psychology, and Kehle, professor and director of school psychology, have concentrated their research on interventions. […]

Neag Alumni Society Recognizes Outstanding Alumni

The Neag School of Education Alumni Society and the faculty of the Neag School of Education recently held its 13th Annual Awards Dinner and recognized outstanding alumni. “This evening was memorable as faculty and alumni gathered to formally recognize the achievements of some of our outstanding graduates,” said Dr. Tom DeFranco, dean of the Neag School of […]

UConn’s Neag School Ranked Among the Nation’s Best Schools of Education

The Neag School of Education continues to achieve top-ranking status as a graduate school of education in the U.S.; it is the No. 1 public graduate school of education in the Northeast, and it is overall No. 33 in the nation, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. In its annual review of the best graduate schools […]

Neag Math Duo Decodes Language Barriers to Math Reasoning

Two education faculty developed ways to help English language learners solve math problems.

College Administrators of Tomorrow Get Experience in HESA Program

Future college administrators get hands-on experience in selective program.

Class of 2011: Rachel McAnallen

A UConn Ph.D. student is changing the culture of math – one teacher at a time.

Class of 2011: Sheena Boyle

Inspired by her teacher's passion for the kids she taught, Sheena Boyle hopes to become a teacher.

Going Beyond Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic

Education professor Sandra Chafouleas guides research on behavioral issues in the classroom.