EdPolicyWorks continues its profile series with Professor Chloe Gibbs and Michelle Zagardo, a doctoral graduate student in the Department of Economics. They discuss how the interdiRead More
EdPolicyWorks, a research center focusing on important questions of educational policy and implications for the workforce, announces the fall Education Policy Seminar Series, which
The revision effort will help improve education leadership on a national scale, says Curry School professor Michelle Young, who’s been tapped to head the effort.
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.
Prof. and Associate Dean Catherine Bradshaw will present a report addressing mental health problems in youth to the United Nations on Aug. 12 as part of the U.N.’s annual International Youth Day observance.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) is an 8-week education research internship hosted by the Curry School of Education at U.Va, with support from interdisciplinary faculty, administrators, students and staff across the university. The program aims to provide undergraduate students from underrepresented groups with valuable educational research and professional development experience to better prepare them for careers in academics, policy, or research organizations. During the 2014 summer, eight interns from across the U.S. worked on research projects, attended workshops and presented at a research conference. Read more about each intern and their research project from our 2014 Question and Answer series: Dr. Hurd, Dr. Williams, Dr. Deutsch, and Dr.s Cottone & Hulleman.
An updated look at the Ruffner Hall renovation as of June 23. Read more about the renovation.
Congratulations to the members of the Curry School of Education Class of 2014!
Congratulations to the U.Va. Class of 2014!