ELP alumnus, Michael Crocco was recently appointed the new principal of Southington High School, as noted in MyRecordJournal.
The Neag School of Education highlights EDLR alum, Miguel Cardona ’01 MA, ’04 6th Year, ’11 Ed.D., ’12 ELP as “President-elect Joe Biden’s choice to be the country’s top education official. If confirmed by the Senate, this would mark the first time a University of Connecticut alum has held a Cabinet-level position in the White House.”
CT Post mentions Sport Management alumna and WBB assistant coach Jamelle Elliott.
Sport Management’s Doug Glanville featured in Kiplinger
LLEP Ph.D. student, Pauline Batista is making an impact and inspiring others to have a voice. In the Neag School of Education article she shared, “That was when I thinking, ‘Maybe I should really get a Ph.D.’ Because people like me typically don’t have a voice,” Batista says. “But if they have the right education, all of a sudden, they have a voice. All of a sudden, the door is open.”
EDLR-affiliated superintendents, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and Michael Conner are featured in the Time article on education during COVID-19.
Please join us in welcoming new Neag School faculty member Saran Stewart to the Higher Education & Student Affairs Program.
Dr. Jennie Weiner pens commentary on a viral social media post around homeschooling during a pandemic and what she’s learned – pg.29 in the UConn Magazine
Dr. Richard Gonzales authors report on Neag School’s plan to improve its principal training program and equip new administrators to lead today’s schools. Read the full Wallace Foundation Blog.
Dr. Sarah Woulfin authors reports on Neag School’s plan to improve its principal preparation program through redesigning the curriculum. Read the full Wallace Foundation Blog.