Neag School of Education
Five Weeks at B.R.A.I.N. Camp Could Give Kids a Brighter Future
Fun activities, new friends, and EEG scans are all part of helping kids overcome learning difficulties at B.R.A.I.N. Camp.
Neag School Researcher Testing Strategies to Support Teachers’ Intervention Implementation
Lisa Sanetti is testing the efficacy of PRIME, a system designed to combat the implementation challenges behavioral interventions face in elementary classrooms.
Their Efforts Today Will Impact the State, and the World, for Decades to Come
UConn researchers working in the environment, documenting people’s lives during the pandemic, and teaching children to write better will have profound implications in the future
Meet the Researcher: Glenn Mitoma, Neag School of Education, Human Rights Institute
Glenn Mitoma has spent his career studying human rights and helping others understand how they can realize them in their communities
UConn Featured in Episode of New ‘College Tour’ Series’ First Season
An Amazon Prime show that highlights the whole UConn experience, from academics to the Dairy Bar
Neag Researcher Studying College and Career Readiness for Students with Disabilities
Allison Lombardi has received two grants to support college and career readiness for students with disabilities who are often left behind their peers in this area.
Jason Irizarry Named Dean of the Neag School of Education
Irizarry, who has served as interim dean since March 1, will be the first Latino dean to lead the Neag School.
UConn Health CEO Dr. Andrew Agwunobi Selected as University’s Interim President
UConn Health CEO Dr. Andrew Agwunobi will begin as UConn's Interim President beginning on July 1, 2021
CEE Department Scores Two New Grants to Expand on Neurodiversity Programs
Two new grants from the National Science Foundation, totaling just shy of $1M, have been awarded to Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty Alexandra Hain and Arash Zaghi for work they will carry out in undergraduate research opportunities and new programs for graduate students, who both fall in the neurodiversity spectrum. The grants focus on the talents of students with ADHD and dyslexia in STEM fields.
Six UConn Students Receive Fulbright Program Grants
UConn had an all-time high of 17 semifinalists for the Fulbright Student Program award, which includes the six finalists and three alternates.