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Former Curry School Dean to Join Four Arts as CEO

08/07/14

After a remarkable tenure at the Curry School of Education and the University of Virginia, former dean David Breneman will leave U.Va to head The Society of the Four Arts.

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Two SURP Interns Describe Their Preparation for Graduate School

07/24/14

Two SURP interns share their experiences with preparing for graduate school while working on a project with Joanna Lee Williams and Nancy Deutsch.

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Curry Resources and Support are Key for Two SURP Interns

07/16/14

Two SURP interns share their experiences with the support and resources provided while working on a project with Chris Hulleman and Beth Cottone.

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Teamwork is the Foundation for Graduate School for Two SURP Interns

07/06/14

Two SURP interns share their experiences with teamwork while working on a project with Nancy Deutsch and Valerie Futch.

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Fall Course Registration is now Open

07/04/14

Registration for the Fall term is now open. What are you sitting there looking at this text for? Go register.

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SPA Students Win Gold Chapter Honors, Pres. Awarded Member Honors

06/30/14

For the 3rd time in 4 years, the U.Va. chapter of the NSSLHA has been awarded the top honor of Gold Chapter Honors. President Megan Crawford was also awarded NSSLHA Member Honors.

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Curry Professors Help Young African Leaders Explore Innovative Civic Leadership

06/23/14

The 13 women and 12 men hailing from 18 different African countries spent last week on Grounds getting to know each other and considering the components of innovative civic leaders

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Curry Students, Charlottesville Schools Gain from McGuffey’s New School-Based Program

06/16/14

This spring McGuffey partnered with two Charlottesville Elementary Schools to implement school-based tutoring programs.

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Mentoring Research and Being Mentored is Top Priority for Two SURP Interns

06/13/14

Two SURP interns share their experiences with doing mentoring research this summer and being mentored by Noelle Hurd and other faculty from Youth-Nex.

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Inkelas presents International Baccalaureate research in Japan

05/21/14

CASTL-HE Director, Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas, traveled to Tokyo in March as an invited speaker for the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

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While at Curry, Catherine Earns Both Her Degree and an NCAA Title

05/12/14

Catherine joined the Curry School’s Kinesiology program and the U.Va. rowing team just in time to win an NCAA title.

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Class of 2014: Classroom Epiphany Sends Soon-to-be Curry Graduate on Journey to Zambia

05/11/14

Kristen Kipps saw a need and heard a call, leading her to spend the next year working for the Special Hope Network in Zambia.

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Class of 2014: While at Curry, Catherine Earns Both Her Degree and an NCAA Title

05/10/14

Catherine joined the Curry School’s Kinesiology program and the U.Va. rowing team just in time to win an NCAA title.

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Class of 2014: Manuela Determined to Improve Education Everywhere

05/09/14

Embarking on her doctoral studies in the United States brought with it a surprising revelation for Manuela.

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Class of 2014: Three Years After Her Son Graduated from Curry, It is Carmen Foster’s Turn

05/09/14

In 2011, Carmen Foster watched her son graduate from the Curry School with his Ed.D. This year, she will graduate with the same degree.

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Class of 2014: After Transferring to U.Va., McDonald Found His Place at the Curry School

05/08/14

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CASTL Engages In International Collaboration with the University of Tuebingen

05/07/14

Prof. Hulleman works with University of Tuebingen in Germany to improve understanding of STEM motivation in international context.

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Ed Policy Student Lands AERA Grant to Study Changes in School Readiness

05/05/14

Scott Latham, a graduate student at EdPolicyWorks, is awarded a $20K AERA Dissertation Grant to examine public investments in early childhood education.

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Prof. Alridge Awarded Jefferson Trust Grant for Teachers in the Movement Project

05/01/14

Professor Derrick Alridge was awarded a $30,000 grant for his continued work on the oral history project Teachers in the Movement by the U.Va. Alumni Association's Jefferson Trust.

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Teacher Ed Students Tapped to Attend Teachers of Promise Institute

04/29/14

Six Curry School students were asked to participate in the eleventh annual Teachers of Promise Institute, recognizing the best and brightest future teachers in VA.

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