Neag School alumna Patricia Virella interviews Todd Campbell on his advice for academic writing.
Check out the latest episode of “My First Year Story,” featuring Neag School Academic Advisor Carlton Jones and current graduate student Tamashi Hettiarachchi.
This spring, the Connecticut Noyce Math Teacher Leaders (MTL) Program welcomes a cohort of 20 veteran mathematics educators from across the state who will engage in a five-year professional learning and service program. Read about these educators on the MTL website.
CBC News interviews Alan Marcus about how monuments can become “expired” as society’s values shift — and they can then be repurposed to instead serve as tools in teaching.
UConn Today covers a research study published by Alan Marcus and colleagues in Holocaust Studies that examines the transition of Holocaust education from live to virtual survivor testimony.
The Neag School of Education and its Alumni Board are delighted to announce the 2022 Neag School Alumni Awards honorees.
The Lab Out Loud Podcast features Todd Campbell in a recent episode on science education
UConn Today highlights research on map literacy by Alan Marcus and Thomas Levine
As part of the observation of International Human Rights Day, the Neag School and Dodd Impact programs are jointly hosting a series of virtual workshops that introduce the intersecting fields of human rights education and civics education to undergraduate and fifth-year students in the Neag School’s pre-service teacher education program and in its Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates, or TCPCG.