The purpose of CBER is to conduct rigorous research and translate and disseminate empirically-supported practices that promote equity and improve educational outcomes for all learners, especially those with or at risk for learning and behavioral difficulties. More about CBER
- Dr. Allison Lombardi publishes three articles with Neag faculty, students, and alumniDr. Allison Lombardi recently published three new articles. Neag faculty (Neag Associate Dean- Joe Madaus), current students (Laura Kern and Jennifer Kowitt), and alumni (Lyman Dukes, Nick Gelbar, and Yan Wei) also contributed as coauthors. Please click the title for more information.
- Dr. Lindsay Fallon awarded an IES Early Career Development and Mentoring Competition grant with Dr. George Sugai as her primary mentor!Dr. Lindsay Fallon, a former CBER student researcher and current professor at UMass Boston was just awarded an IES Early Career Development and Mentoring Competition grant with Dr. George Sugai as her primary mentor. These are highly competitive grants that require early career scholars to delineate both original research as well as a strong mentorship plan.
- Press and pictures from CBER’s 7th Graduate Research SymposiumNews articles and photos from CBER’s 7th Graduate Research Symposium are now available. Please click the title to find articles about the event. More photos are also available on Neag's Facebook page.
- Northeast Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports training-of-trainers (NEPBIS TOT)The first and second Northeast Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports training-of-trainers (NEPBIS TOT) cohorts are underway! We are now accepting applications for cohort 3! This NEPBIS TOT will consist of a combination of training events, supported training activities, and participation in an ongoing network of support.
- CBER’s 7th Graduate Research SymposiumThe Center for Behavioral & Educational Research (CBER) at the Neag School of Education is hosting the 7th Annual CBER Graduate Research Symposium on Friday, May 12, 2017, at the UConn Storrs campus. The symposium will include a keynote by U.S. Senator Chris Murphy and Catherine Holahan, of Education Counsel, both of whom will speak on “Current Opportunities and Challenges in the Field of Education.” There will also be a poster session featuring graduate students research efforts and results. Click the title to see the agenda.
- 7th CBER GA Symposium: Call for PostersThe Center for Behavioral Education and Research (CBER) in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut is hosting its 7th Graduate Assistant Symposium, an annual student-led conference, on May 12, 2017. We expect a high volume of attendees this year, especially because U.S. Senator Chris Murphy and Education Counsel Catherine Holahan will be our keynote speakers. This is a great opportunity for you to present your own research posters to a large number of people! Please go to the survey and submit your proposal by Friday, April 21, 2017.