EDLR’s Laura Burton is quoted in MyRecordJournal.com regarding gender disparities in higher education leadership roles.
EDLR’s Dr. Jennie Weiner was recently selected to serve as a juror to determine 2020’s The Brock Prize in Education Innovation, an award dedicated to enhancing education and promoting change.
Each year, the recipient of the Brock Prize in Education Innovation is determined by a jury of nine members. Jurors include educators and champions of education, university officers, meritorious professors, business and government officials, and others committed to excellence in education.
Weiner was chosen for her scholarship on issues of educational leadership and organizational change, including the impact of gender and racial discrimination in educational leadership.
This fall, EDLR welcomes a number of visiting faculty members and also announces several new appointments for current members of the community. Read the Neag School of Education’s story.
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their continued accomplishments inside and outside the classroom, outlined in this month’s issue of Neag School Accolades.
Writer and former MLB player Doug Glanville will teach a course for Sport Management centered on sports and society, covered by The Hartford Courant.
“This past summer, the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) formally recognized Neag School Professor Jennifer McGarry as the 2019 recipient of its most prestigious honor: the Earle F. Zeigler Lecture Award. The Zeigler Award, the highest distinction one can earn in the academic field of sport management, acknowledges significant contributions to the field in terms of scholarship, research, leadership, and peer recognition.” Read the full Neag School of Education article here. Also available from UConn Today.
EDLR’s Casey Cobb is quoted in The Crimson on Harvard’s ‘Adversity Score’ in connection with their admissions process.
EDLR alumnus and adjunct professor with UCAPP, Paul Freeman shares his thoughts on how to improve school leadership in Education Week.
AERA SIG: Educational Change highlights Dr. Sarah Woulfin’s thoughts on leading change.