Most of the EPSY programs are housed in the Gentry Building.
EPSY faculty distribute candy at the Mansfield Community Trick-or-Trunk each Halloween.
Dr. Brandi Simonsen, Dr. Michael Coyne, Vice Provost Sally Reis, Dr. George Sugai, and Dean Gladis Kersaint at 10th Anniversary Celebration for CBER (Center for Behavior Education & Research)
Dr. James Moore III and Dr. Erik Hines hold a seminar on Black males in higher education in Konover Auditorium.
Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment graduate students Sarah Newton, Danielle Bousquet, and Anthony Gambino welcoming new graduate students at the Neag School of Education graduate student orientation.
Dr. E. Jean Gubbins, Professor and Associate Director of the National Center for Research on Gifted and Talented, speaking at a U.S. Department of Education -- Institute of Education Sciences meeting in Washington, DC.
Dr. Lisa Sanetti, School Psychology, is a University of Connecticut 2015-16 Teaching Fellow. Sanetti is pictured with NSoE Dean Rich Schwab, Assistant Vice Provost for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Peter Diplock, and EPSY Department Head Del Siegle.
Dr. Scott Brown, Cognition, Instruction, and Learning Technology, is a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor.
Dr. Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment Program, is the 2014 Marcia Guttentag Promising New Evaluator Award winner from the American Evaluation Association.
Dr. Rachelle Perusse, Counseling, gave an invited presentation at the Harvard School of Education White House Convening of national leaders and decision makers focused on improving college access for all students.
The EPSY Department sponsors a "Teaching with iPads" conference each May.
Dr. Tamika LaSalle, School Psychology, discusses developmental issues with first- and second-year school psychology students.
Dr. Erik Hines, School Counseling, studies Black males' academic experiences.
Graduate assistantships are available from the various EPSY programs.
Dr. James O'Neil, Counseling, recently published an APA book on male gender issues.
The Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment program integrates theory and practice to promote the scientific uses of measurement within the field of education and related disciplines.
Department Head, Dr. Del Siegle, was named a UConn Teaching Fellow in 2004.
EPSY Program Coordinators meet each month to discuss department issues.
Dr. Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, Dr. Jennifer Freeman (far left) and Dr. Tamika LaSalle (far right) are part of a cohort of young scholars working to close the Achievement Gap.
Michael Coyne, Special Education, reads with a group of elementary school students at the Windham Center School as part of an intensive early reading initiative.
Dr. E. Jean Gubbins and Dr. Thomas Kehle were recognized for their long service as program coordinators.
Dr. Catherine Little, Gifted and Talented Program, leads a discussion at a National Association for Gifted Children Board Retreat.
Dr. George Sugai, Special Education, is an international expert on school climate.
Dr. Sandra Chafouleas, School Psychology, currently serves as an Associate Dean in the Neag School of Education.
Graduate courses usually follow a small-group, seminar discussion format.
Who Are We?
The University of Connecticut is a top 20 public university and the leading public university in New England. The Department of Educational Psychology within the Neag School of Education is nationally ranked (US News and World 14th in the nation) and is one of the University’s most productive departments. We offer Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts degrees in Educational Psychology with concentrations in cognition, instruction, and learning technology; counseling; giftedness, creativity, and talent development; measurement, evaluation and assessment; school psychology; and special education. We also offer a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology with concentrations in educational technology and school counseling.