Neag professor James C. Kaufman is an internationally recognized expert on how each individual’s creativity can be tapped in a multitude of settings. One of his primary focuses is on breaking down the preconception that creativity belongs only in the arts.
Schools in Jordan and throughout the Middle East will soon be led by administrators as confident and knowledgeable as those who have graduated from the Neag School of Education’s highly rated University of Connecticut Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP).
Holding her new book Treatment Integrity: A Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice in Applied Psychology, Dr. Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti was relieved and proud to show off the “exciting” results of a four-year project.
The Neag School is the #1 ranked public school of education on the East Coast. Learn more about the rankings, graduates and alums from our 2013 Fact Sheet.
Ray and Carole Neag
Believing that education is society’s "great equalizer," Ray Neag ('56, CLAS), for whom the school is named, gifted $21 million to UConn’s School of Education in 1999. He called it a strategic investment. At the time, it was the largest gift ever given to an education school in the U.S. and continues to be UConn’s largest endowment. Read more...