Neag School of Education

Student teacher works with class.

From Recruitment Through Retention: Strategies to Repair and Strengthen the BIPOC Teaching Pipeline

Taylor Strickland, Neag School doctoral candidate in the Department of Educational Leadership, prepared the following rapid research brief with the Center for Education Policy Analysis, Research, and Evaluation (CEPARE). The absence of sustainable recruitment, hiring, and retention processes for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) educators is a long-standing failure within the U.S. education system.

Two puppet characters discuss a paper sack filled with bananas in front of a colorful painted kitchen background in this video still from Feel Your Best Self's "Be a Kind Helper."

Pioneering Puppet Project ‘Feel Your Best Self’ Coming to More Screens Near You

The celebrated program, which uses puppets to help kids and their caregivers explore emotion-coping strategies with a free toolkit, has extended a license to New York's THIRTEEN public broadcasting channel

Drone photo of the Student Union Mall , Wilbur Cross, and sunset.

11 UConn Students Named Gilman Scholars

Gilman Scholars are required to complete a service project upon their return from studying abroad in their campus or home community, with the goal of sharing the value of participation in study abroad and promoting the scholarship to prospective students.

Jason G. Irizarry

Neag School Dean Selected for Millennium Leadership Initiative

The premier leadership program provides development opportunities for those traditionally underrepresented in the highest ranks of higher education

Stormwater Corps students evaluate parking lot drainage with the help of Dr. Mike Dietz and GA Josh Snarski

E-Corps: Building Skills and Bolstering Environmental Efforts Across Connecticut

A report shows the Environmental Corps (E-Corps) program has a lasting and transformative impact on students

The Neag School of Education, housed in the Gentry Building on the Storrs campus, stands among the top 25 public graduate schools of education in the nation. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Neag School Names Recipients of the 2023 Alumni Board Scholarship

Megan Go, Kenya Overton, and Amanda Sutter are graduate students who have proven academic excellence or demonstrated financial need.

Charles B. Gentry Building

Neag School Honors Faculty, Staff, and Students With 2023 Annual Awards

The Dean’s Office solicited nominations earlier in the spring for the Neag School's annual awards recognizing research, teaching, and service.

Danielle Filipiak

Neag School Assistant Professor Danielle Filipiak Receives Teaching Award

Filipiak has been named the 2023 Dr. Perry A. Zirkel Distinguished Teaching Award recipient.

Sights and scenes during the School of Engineering's Commencement ceremony in Gampel Pavilion

2023 Commencement at a Glance

This weekend, students in full regalia gathered with their classmates and processed together to Gampel Pavilion and the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts to hear their names called as they join the great community of graduates stretching all the way back to 1883

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Neag School of Education Graduates 158 Bachelor of Science Students

Graduates of the Sport Management and Integrated Bachelor's/Master's Teacher Education programs were celebrated Sunday morning at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts