Scott Campbell

ECE English Faculty Coordinator |

Scott Campbell is the UConn Early College Experience Faculty Coordinator for the English Department. As Faculty Coordinator, Scott reviews instructor certification applications, interviews interested instructors, and organizes all professional development events for UConn ECE English instructors. Scott can be contacted about any questions related to course content, course format, grading guidelines, and pedagogy.


Jason Courtmanche

ECE English Assistant Faculty Coordinator |


Danielle Pieratti

ECE English Graduate Coordinator |

ECE Graduate Coordinator

Storrs Campus

The graduate coordinator can answer questions about FYW curriculum, ECE requirements and materials, and departmental policies. 


UConn English Department Office

Storrs Campus, Austin 208



Although the main English Department office does not generally handle UConn Early College Experience questions or materials, it may be a useful source for some information. Open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.–noon and 1 p.m.–4:30 p.m.


UConn Early College Experience Program Office

University of Connecticut 368 Mansfield Rd, U-4171

Storrs, CT 06269-4171



Brian Boecherer oversees the administration and academic standards of UConn ECE across university departments. He also manages program development. Stefanie Malinoski manages the instructor certification process and all UConn ECE events for students and faculty. Jessica Dunn manages the student registration process. Melanie Banks manages the collection of syllabi and assignments for the program and supports the implementation of academic standards.


Erin Mason, Office of the Registrar (


All UConn ECE instructors will receive directions on how to enter grades online through the University’s PeopleSoft system at the end of each term. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding online grading, please contact the UConn ECE program office or Erin Mason in the registrar’s office.


Homer Babbidge Library


UConn ECE Instructors and students have a University NetID that can be used to gain access to thousands of online journals and databases through the Homer Babbidge Library.