Month: September 2014

Dr. Catherine Little Receives $2.5 million Five-Year Federal Grant

September 29, 2014

Dr. Catherine Little, Gifted and Talented, received a $2.5 million grant as part of the Javits program. Project SPARK (Supporting and Promoting Advanced Readiness in Kids) will scale up the Young Scholars Model, an approach developed in Virginia’s Fairfax County Public Schools, with the aim of increasing participation of underrepresented groups in gifted and talented […]

Dean’s Doctoral Scholars

September 25, 2014

We are reinventing doctoral study at the Neag School of Education. Become one of the University of Connecticut Neag School’s first-ever Dean’s Doctoral Scholars. Receive four years of full funding to earn your Ph.D. while working with our nationally-recognized faculty on critical education issues. Help us build the future of education today. Don’t miss this […]