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Class of 2017: Zetlin Launches Teaching Career in Taiwan

05/15/17

Ariana Zetlin will take the lessons she learned about the importance of collaboration with her as she embarks on her teaching career in Taiwan.

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Class of 2017: Gaitan Earns Honors While Tackling Complex Research

05/03/17

Max Gaitan is graduating with a master of education in exercise physiology with an impressive number of honors and awards while conducting research in exercise physiology.

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Class of 2017: Morris Combines Physics, French Interests with Elementary Education

05/03/17

Robert Morris is the winner of the Curry School's 2017 Outstanding Master of Teaching in Elementary Education.

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Two Curry Post-Docs Win AERA-SRCD Early Career Fellowship in Early Childhood Education & Development

04/27/17

Post-docs, Anna Markowitz and Arya Ansari, receive an early career fellowship to focus on advancing early childhood research.

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Class of 2017: Taking A Seat At The Table With DC Education Policy Makers

04/27/17

During the 6 years as a Ph.D. student at the Curry School, Veronica Katz has taken a leading role in the research partnership with Washington, D.C. public schools.

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Class of 2017: Hwang Named Fulbright Scholar

04/27/17

Upon graduation with a Master's in Educational Psychology: Applied Developmental Science, Tiffany Hwang will spend a year in Taiwan as a Fulbright Scholar.

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Unlocking The Mysteries of Autism: It Takes a Village

04/27/17

New perspectives are changing the way educators and caregivers are supporting children and their families.

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Curry Professor Elected President of National Organization

04/24/17

Robert Berry to lead National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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Two Ed Policy Graduate Students Join AEI’s 2017 Academy on Education Policy

04/24/17

Graduate Students Husain and Doromal join an elite group of Ed Policy scholars during summer academy in DC.

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Exercise As Medicine: What’s The Right Dose When Taken With a Drug?

04/05/17

If taking a drug improves a health condition and exercising helps the same condition, then taking the drug and exercising should be doubly beneficial, right? Not necessarily.

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National Nudge Campaign Prompting Low-Income/First-Generation Students to Complete FAFSA Works

03/22/17

Study reaching 450,000 students through the Common Application shows significant increases in college enrollment

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Curry Prof. Bassok In National Spotlight Twice This Winter

03/20/17

Within 2 months, Prof. Bassok garnered the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers and the designation of having AERA's most read research article of 2016.

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EdPolicyWorks Researchers Lead Over 25 Key Presentations at AEFP

03/14/17

The faculty and students associated with UVA Ed Policy head to AEFP and present new research on topics from teacher effectiveness to college access.

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Curry Leaps to #18 in the 2018 US News and World Report Rankings

03/14/17

In ten years, the Curry School has soared sixteen spots to land at #18 in the 2018 US News & World Report rankings of graduate schools of education.

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Ten Years of CASTL Research: Impact on Research, Teachers, and Students

03/13/17

CASTL’s ten years of research has produced over $55,000,000 in grant funding, over 550 publications, and a lasting impact on over 80,000 teachers across 50 states and 37 countries.

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Kinesiology’s Professor Block Consults in China

03/13/17

Kinesiology Professor Martin Block is working with faculty at the Beijing Sport University and China Research Center on Sports for Persons with Disabilities.

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VKRP Launches New Website, Plans to Expands Assessment Program In Coming Year

03/13/17

The Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Program (VKRP), implemented by the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education in partnership with the Virginia Department of Education,

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CASTL’s Motivate Lab Awarded Multiple Grants to Study Impact of Learning Mindsets in Higher Ed

03/13/17

As students enter college and prepare for the workforce, what motivates them to learn and persist? What pathways lead them to successful, fulfilling careers? These are questions re

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Study Finds Student Perception Surveys Can Tell Us a Lot About Teaching

03/12/17

A new study finding, published in the latest issue of the American Educational Research Journal, shows that adolescents’ perceptions can provide valuable and reliable information a

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New UVA Research Lab Develops Scalable Strategies to Tackle Large Societal Problems

03/08/17

By combining behavioral insights, data science, interactive technologies with deep practitioner partnerships, the Nudge4<\sup> lab aims to address a range of national challeng

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