GCT@UConn (a.k.a. Three Summers) is for motivated educators who have professional or family obligations that make regular year study impossible. The program is designed to allow educators to keep their teaching positions while earning a graduate degree or professional certificate part-time in two summers with additional online course work throughout the year. The program culminates in a Sixth-Year Diploma in Professional Education or Master of Arts degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent Development.
ALL STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED FALL REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND PERMISSION NUMBERS. IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE AN EMAIL FROM DEL, CONTACT HIM AT DEL.SIEGLE@UCONN.EDU
- Three Summers Student Authors Field GuideUConn Three Summers (aka GCT@UConn) alumna Molly Kellogg (’04) and her colleague, Charlotte Agell, recently published a book through Prufrock Press called A Field Guide to Gifted Students: A Teacher’s Introduction to Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Gifted Learners. It is a guide for teachers to raise awareness about the diversity of gifted students.
- Rodriguez and Thom Named Outstanding Neag AlumniThree Summers MA graduates Lauren Rodriguez and Melissa Thom have been named 2021 Outstanding Neag Alumni. Rodriguez, who is a principal at Southeast Elementary School in Mansfield, Connecticut, is the 2021 Outstanding School Administrator. Lauren received her MA in 2003 and Sixth Year in 2006. Thom, who is a library media specialist for Bristow Middle […]
- Master’s Graduates Feted OnlineThe University of Connecticut held its first ever virtual graduation on May 9, 2020 . Among the virtual graduates were 11 Master’s graduates and one Ph.D. graduate in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent Development. Congratulations to Master’s graduates Robert Belden, Kirsten Hansen Bourke, Constance Drakeobrien, Andrea Massoud, Adrien Moshenberg, Christina […]