Neag School of Education

Puppets Nico, CJ, and Mena.

Feel Your Best Self: Educators, Puppets Unite to Teach Kids About Emotions

Enduring the turmoil of a global pandemic for more than two years now, many of us have struggled. We can recognize the importance of self-care and wellness, but not everyone has necessarily adopted a daily meditation practice or quit their late-night doomscrolling. By now, though, perhaps we can admit to ourselves one thing: It’s OK to not be OK in every moment.

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UConn Professors Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

This year, 261 individuals were named to the academy with compelling achievements in academia, business, government, and public affairs

Herald pipers announce the arrival of the faculty during the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources commencement ceremony at Gampel Pavilion on May 11, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

2022 Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients

Speakers from a broad range of fields and backgrounds will share their wisdom with UConn's Class of 2022

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Neag School Graduate Students Launch Education Research Journal

With its inaugural edition slated for publication this fall, the Neag School of Education Journal is an editor-reviewed, open-access, annual journal founded and run by graduate students at the Neag School.

Theresia Bauer.

Neag School Plans for On-Campus 2022 Commencement

For the first time since Spring 2019, the Neag School of Education community is planning to celebrate Commencement Weekend on campus at UConn Storrs.

A fall morning aerial view of the Wilbur Cross Building on Oct. 18, 2021.

UConn Celebrates Early-Career Faculty Award Recipients, Approves ‘Innovation Faculty’ Plan

'Our students come to UConn to learn from the best'

Anayzah Sosa reacts to her new eyeglasses when looking into a mirror held by Susan Bysiewicz.

Partnering to Give Local Schoolchildren the ‘Vision To Learn’

Thanks to an effort spearheaded by UConn Vice Provost for Strategic Initiatives Gladis Kersaint, Neag School professor and former Neag School dean, students across Connecticut are receiving free vision screenings, eye exams and, for those in need, prescription eyeglasses from nonprofit Vision To Learn.

Gentry Building.

Neag School Named a Top 20 Public Graduate School of Education

UConn’s Neag School of Education appears for the seventh consecutive year as one of the top 20 public graduate schools of education in the United States, tied at No. 17, per the 2023 U.S. News & World Report rankings released earlier today.

Aerial (drone) view of the large letter UConn Sign on Oct. 15, 2019.

UConn Faculty Winning NSF CAREER Awards at Record-Breaking Pace

In seven years, UConn's total of NSF CAREER awards have grown from a handful to more than 60, representing tens of millions of dollars in support of research

An African-American teacher, a mature woman in her 40s, sitting in front of her class of elementary school students, 6 and 7 years old, reading a book. She has asked a question and most of the children are raising their hands. They are in first grade or second grade.

UConn Researchers Explore Role of the Black Female Principal in Schools

The challenges of the past two years have increased the demands of the job in ways both public and personal