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07/23/14

Kinesiology Alumnus Earns ACC, NCAA Scholarships

Thomas Porter, a former member of the University of Virginia men’s cross country team and 2014 graduate of the Curry School of Education’s kinesiology program, has earned scholarships for graduate-level study from both the ACC and NCAA. … Kinesiology Alumnus Earns ACC, NCAA Scholarships

07/23/14

Kinesiology Doctoral Students Recognized with Variety of Awards

Three students in the Kinesiology Ph.D. program received awards at multiple annual conferences this spring.… Kinesiology Doctoral Students Recognized with Variety of Awards

07/23/14

Alumnus Billy Haun Appointed as Virginia’s Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Billy Haun (Ed.D. '11), the assistant superintendent for student learning for Albemarle County Public Schools, was appointed to be the Chief Academic Officer for the state of Virginia. … Alumnus Billy Haun Appointed as Virginia’s Chief Academic Officer

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Press Releases


07/23/14

U.Va. Education and Business Students Tackle Education Challenges

Three University of Virginia graduate students enrolled in a business and education dual-degree program are focusing their unique perspectives on a variety of challenges facing education on the world stage during their summer internships.

07/17/14

Curry Professor’s Research on College Access and Retention Program Wins National Award

A U.Va. study by Curry researcher Ben Castleman examining the impact intensive advising has on college graduation rates of low-income, first-generation students is one of three winners of a national competition.

07/07/14

Newly Funded Curry School Research to Evaluate Education Innovations

Students from pre-kindergartners to high school seniors will benefit from the studies, funded by nearly $10 million in federal grants.

06/23/14

Ed Leadership Student Appointed to Leadership Team with U21

A&S doctoral student Frank Perrone has been appointed to the leadership team of the Forum for International Networking in Education (FINE).

06/11/14

Tenure Reform Increases Voluntary Attrition of Less Effective Teachers in NYC, New Study Finds

A new study of New York City schools shows that recent teacher tenure reforms dramatically reduced the portion of teachers approved for tenure.

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Articles


07/24/14

Two SURP Interns Describe Their Preparation for Graduate School

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

07/16/14

Curry Resources and Support are Key for Two SURP Interns

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

07/06/14

Teamwork is the Foundation for Graduate School for Two SURP Interns

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

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