Neag School of Education


Journalism Course Teaches Students to Dig Deep for Stories

April 11, 2012

Teams of student journalists in Marcel Dufresne’s investigative journalism class are undertaking major reporting projects that they share with Connecticut media.

Great Professors: David B. Miller

March 6, 2012

Rap videos, The Family Guy, internationally-known podcasts – it’s all in a day’s work for psychology professor David Miller.

To Improve Your Writing, Talk

January 20, 2012

The University Writing Center in the English Department helps students have a really good conversation about their work.

Great Professors: Michael Lynch

January 17, 2012

Philosophy professor Michael Lynch engages his students in discussion of thought-provoking questions that confront all people as human beings.

Analyzing Art

October 25, 2011

Students taking a class in 19th-century American art have the opportunity to view original works of art up close at the Benton Museum.

Atmospheric Scientist Studies Climate Change and Develops Future Researchers

October 7, 2011

Growing up on the shores of Lake Victoria, future climatologist Richard Anyah watched huge cloud banks build into thunderstorms.

New Lecture Capture System Aids Catch Up After Snow Days

March 22, 2011

When Mother Nature throws schedules for a loop, technology helps keep students and courses on track.