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Neag School of Education Hosts 2015 Commencement

The Neag School of Education recognized graduates from the Class of 2015 during two ceremonies held the weekend of May 9 and 10, 2015.

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The University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education is pleased to announce that René Roselle has been named to the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)’s new Clinical Practice Commission (CPC). René Roselle joins the group of higher education and K-12 leaders from across the country, which will examine the state of clinical practice (commonly known as “field experience”) in teacher preparation. The CPC is charged with identifying a set of criteria that define clinical practice, lifting up exemplary models in the field and ultimately publishing a set …

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Former UConn President Harry Hartley Leads New Scholarship Initiative With $250,000 Gift

You may no longer find him cruising the Storrs campus in his Corvette or taking a jog in a UConn track suit with his former running partner, Jim Calhoun. But after having dedicated 31 years to UConn as an administrator, professor, dean, and University president, Harry Hartley remains a Husky through and through.
At his home in Palm Beach, Fla., Hartley, now 77, has lined the walls of his foyer and office – all the way up to the ceiling – with UConn memorabilia, from the large framed photograph of him …

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Accolades: Read About the News and Accomplishments from our Students, Alumni and Faculty/Staff

Below are news and notes from our alumni, faculty, staff, and students. We are proud of all the amazing accomplishments by our Neag family. If you have an accolade to share, we want to hear from you! Please send any news items (and story ideas) to

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UConn’s Administrator Preparation Program Cohorts Present Change Projects

On Saturday, April 25, 15 students from the UCAPP Preparing Leaders for Urban Schools (PLUS) and the cohorts in the Department of Educational Leadership gathered at the Neag School’s Gentry Building to present the change projects they led as interns during the 2014-15 academic year. Each project exemplifies the students’ efforts to spearhead change to improve outcomes for students in schools across the state of Connecticut.

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Neag School and CLAS Collaborate to Improve Students’ Math, Social Studies Skills Through Intercultural Competence

Funded jointly by UConn’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and the Neag School of Education, the Math Intercultural Competence (Math ICC) project integrates key Common Core requirements in math, as well as standard requirements of world languages and social studies that middle school students must master. The innovative learning units developed by the interdisciplinary Math ICC team will officially be introduced to sixth-graders in Farmington, Conn., during the coming academic year.