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UVA Launches Pan-University Minor in Health & Wellbeing

The program promises to provide a solid basis for more specific graduate study while promoting intelligent decision-making that can improve students’ quality of life.

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Curry Magazine

Celebrating Curry Milestones

Over the course of the 2016-2017 academic year the Curry School is celebrating significant anniversaries of some of our most successful programs. Two academic programs, Speech Communication Disorders and Clinical & School Psychology, have now been preparing excellent human services professionals for a total of 125 years. The longevity of a pair of Curry outreach programs, Young […]

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Magazine Stories

  • Go Figure
    A doctoral student in the Curry School’s sports medicine program, Lindsay Slater is a perfect example of how giving can have far-reaching impacts. As a child, Slater turned to figure skating to pass the hours at the ice rink while her brother played hockey. By the time she got to college she was good enough […]
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  • Teaching Tolerance
    Whether it’s showing a kindergartener how to tie his shoelaces or advising a student who is trying to decide on a college major, teachers often are in a powerful position to make profound impacts on their students’ lives. That couldn’t be more evident than in the case of Leslie Wills-Taylor, a University of Virginia Curry […]
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Curry Blog

  • Leading the Change
    “We don’t just want educators to be part of the necessary change-we need them to lead it.” –John King, Secretary

  • Going the Extra Mile for MLK Day
    Walking and other types of physical movement played a critical role in the progression of the civil rights era. But the

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Faculty Spotlight

LaVae Hoffman
Associate Professor
Speech Pathology and Audiology

LaVae Hoffman has recently been elected a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, one of the “highest forms of recognition given by the ASHA of an individual’s accomplishments.”

Faculty Spotlight

Nancy Deutsch
Research, Statistics, Evaluation

The Washington Post recently consulted with Associate Professor Nancy Deutsch on new findings published by the Afterschool Alliance.

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