Educational Psychology Prof. Sandra Chafouleas Quoted in Ed World on Implementing Trauma-Informed Practices. Click here for more.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded $1.3 million in funding through its Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) to the Neag School’s special education program for a project that will fully fund five doctoral students in the areas of literacy, positive behavioral supports, and transition, with four-year competitive fellowships for each student. Click here for details.
Educational Psychology welcomes new faculty member – Assistant Professor Dr. Clewiston Challenger Clewiston D. Challenger has been named an assistant professor of counseling in the Neag School, effective Aug. 23. Challenger most recently served as a graduate assistant, academic advisor, mentor, and tutor at Pennsylvania State University’s Morgan Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes. His research […]
A study on gifted identification co-authored by Professor D. Betsy McCoach was featured in Education Week.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Educational Psychology Joseph Madaus’ article about preparing students with disabilities for the transition to college was recently featured in numerous media outlets nationwide, including The Conversation and UConn Today.
The Neag School of Education’s Special Education Summit, co-sponsored with the Klebanoff Institute in May, was featured on WNPR and other outlets.
Professor Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead was elected to the American Evaluation Association board. Her 3-year term begins January 1, 2018 and ends on December 31, 2020.
EPSY professors Betsy McCoach and Scott Brown’s team secured a $3M NSF grant to train 50 future graduate students in the STEM field across UConn. Read the Neag news release here.