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Celebrating Curry Couples 2015

Our Valentine’s Day feature of Curry Couples was the most viewed Curry Magazine page in 2014. More than 945 graduates with Curry School degrees have told us they are married to another Curry School graduate, so we know there are more of you out there who can share your story. Read More »

Influence v. Objectivity

Ed Scientists in a Public Role

Under the leadership of Dean Bob Pianta the Curry School has made a significant commitment to bringing research to bear on education policy and practice. Read More »

Morgan Brian

Morgan Brian: Soccer Standout, Kinesiology Major

The 2014 Soccer American’s Player of the Year, Morgan Brian is a fourth-year student in our kinesiology program — a major she believes has made her more knowledgeable about her own sports injuries and those of her teammates and friends. Read More »

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Edu-Scholar Alumni Weigh in on Curry Conversation

The Curry School is engaging in an ongoing dialog about the role of its faculty in public debates about education. … In this post we extended the conversation to the three … Read More »

Alumni News & Class Notes

Enduring Issues in Special Education by Barbara Bateman, John W. Lloyd, and Melody Tankers ... [more]

has retired after 49 years of teaching and education administration. He is now a Justice o ... [more]

after finally finishing his dissertation (“Thanks again to my committee!”), was appointed ... [more]

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Alumni Books

Enduring Issues in Special Education by Barbara Bateman, John W. Lloyd, and Melody Tankersley. (Routledge, March 2015) Lloyd is a Curry School professor of special education. Chapter authors include t ... [more]

  Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Teams: Going Beyond Threat Assessment by Greg Nayor (Ph.D. ’10 Higher Ed) and Grant Azdell (Ph.D. ’10 Higher Ed). Paper Clip Communications Press (2014). The i ... [more]

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Alumni Spotlight

knows the power of story. His grandfather, Dr. Francis M. Foster, a Richmond dentist, was known in the family as “the golden griot.” “He was sort of the African-American historian for the city of Richmond,” says Warren, who has a master’s degree and a doctorate in instructional technology from U.Va.’s Curry School of Education. Two […] ... [more]

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Curry Blog

The Curry School is engaging in an ongoing conversation about the role of its faculty in p ... [more]

On Tuesday, December 23, 2014, the Curry School lost a dear friend: Rebecca Jean Kennedy B ... [more]

Jay Chronister remembers that when he was a professor in our Higher Education program back ... [more]

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