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  • 7th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum: Call for Proposals 7th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum: Call for Proposals
    We are pleased to announce that this year’s NEPBIS Network Leadership Forum is accepting proposals for presentations. You are invited to submit proposals for the following: oral presentations, symposium sessions (10-20 minute presentations organized by the conference committee around similar themes), and poster presentations. Submission deadline: Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 
  • Enhancing Equity in School Discipline: Practical Strategies and Tools Enhancing Equity in School Discipline: Practical Strategies and Tools
    Neag School of Education's Center for Behavioral Education and Research (CBER) hosted "Enhancing Equity in School Discipline" on Nov. 9 featuring Kent McIntosh from the University of Oregon. The event was held on the Storrs Campus and was co-sponsored by the Connecticut State Department of Education and the Connecticut School Climate Transformation Grant.
  • Northeast PBIS Network hosted a summit and celebration for recently endorsed trainers Northeast PBIS Network hosted a summit and celebration for recently endorsed trainers
    The Northeast PBIS Network hosted a summit and celebration for recently endorsed trainers. To become endorsed, each trainer completed and met competencies of the rigorous Northeast PBIS Training of Trainers (NEPBIS TOT). As part of this work, each trainer demonstrated the ability to effectively train and support schools in implementing PBIS with fidelity. For more info, please click the title.
  • Drs. Allison Lombardi and Jen Freeman publish a new article! Drs. Allison Lombardi and Jen Freeman publish a new article!
    Dr. Allison Lombardi, Dr. Jen Freeman, and Graham Rifenbark (CBER research scientist and grad student) published a new article about college and career readiness for adolescents with and without disabilities. Please click the title for more info.
  • Dr. Michael Coyne will present at two upcoming events! Dr. Michael Coyne will present at two upcoming events!
    Michael Coyne will be featured presenter at two upcoming events: A conference sponsored by the The Dyslexia Foundation, "Dyslexia & Literacy: Differences within Differences” on October 13 at the Harvard Medical School, and a conference sponsored by the Connecticut Council for Educational Reform, "Leading for Literacy” October 10 in Rocky Hill. Please click the title for more info.
  • CBER’s 7th Graduate Research Symposium CBER’s 7th Graduate Research Symposium
    The 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 Posters 7th CBER GA Symposium: Call for Posters
    The 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.
  • 6th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum 6th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum
    Develop your professional network in Positive Behaviorial Intervention and Supports (PBIS). Enhance your capacity to work smarter and more effectively in implementing the PBIS framework. Join us for this exciting regional opportunity for PBIS leaders and implementers in the Northeast.