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Study Identifies a Key to Preventing Disruptive Behavior in Preschool Classrooms

Disruptive behavior can lead to a host of negative consequences for preschoolers. UVA researchers have found a strategy that reduced such behavior in the long term.

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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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Faculty Spotlight

Patricia Jennings
Associate Professor
Curriculum & Instruction

Prof. Jennings' new book, Mindfulness for Teachers, was featured on the MindShift blog.

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Student Spotlight

Christina Burkhardt
M.Ed. Candidate
Counselor Education

I chose curry for Counselor Ed's commitment to social justice within the field of school counseling

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