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.
ELP alumnus Charles D. Britton chosen to replace O’Reilly as Portland schools chief – The Hour
UCAPP alumnus and current principal at Hatton Elementary School, Bob Garry, makes a point to call families praising their child with the ‘Friday Phone Call’. – NBC Connecticut
UCAPP and ELP alumnus, Bryan Olkowski, was recently selected to serve as Washington Central School Board’s new superintendent. Times Argus.
2020 Alumni Award recipient Christine Carver featured in the Stamford Advocate.
EDLR alumna Vonetta Romeo-Rivers has been appointed director of teaching and learning for Regional School District #10, as noted in The Register Citizen, January 2020.
EDLR alumnus Kelvin Roldan was recently appointed as Rhode Island’s deputy education commissioner, as noted in the Hartford Courant, December 2019.
EDLR alumna, Kelli-Marie Vallieres was recently interviewed by the Hartford Business Journal for her role on a Connecticut workforce council.
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their continued accomplishments inside and outside the classroom, outlined in this fall’s issue of Neag School Accolades.