Last week, students in the Curry School's school counseling master’s program traveled to Richmond to meet with legislators, network with future colleagues and advocate for their profession.
Gail Lovette has an idea of how to improve reading performance in America’s elementary schools.
Curry School professor Robert Berry offers advice for parents whose children get easily frustrated by math – or just don’t seem that excited about it.
Curry School alumna Bridget Guy, a three-time All-American, is hoping to qualify for this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo.
In 2019, CASTL faculty received a total of $12.4 million in new grant funding to research a range of topics spanning early childhood to postsecondary education.
The Gates Foundation awarded a $12.4 million grant to the Motivate Lab to conduct a study that aims to increase use of learning mindset-supportive practices in college access programs.
In the first of a two-part series, UVA professor Robert Berry discusses the state of math at the early childhood and elementary school levels, the national policy issues that influence how children are taught and how we can improve.
Educational Psychology alumna Eileen Merritt discusses her experience in the VEST program, and how she used it as a springboard for her career in research.
The University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and Human Development’s online master’s programs have been ranked No. 3 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
Participants at the Connect Science Energy Institute will learn about effective social-emotional learning and teaching, service-learning and relevant content on energy and natural resources.
Of the eight UVA education scholars named to the RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, six increased their rank in 2020.
Joseph Williams' research aims to understand why students succeed despite adversity. (Photo by Jeneene Chatowsky.)
It's been a newsworthy year at the Curry School of Education and Human Development. 2019 brought news of new 4-year teaching degrees, a massive effort to reimagine middle school, groundbreaking research findings, and more. As 2019 draws to a close, here's a look back at the top stories of the year.
Among the 12 awardees from Virginia’s colleges and universities, Prof. Weltman will be recognized for exemplifying “the highest standards of teaching, scholarship and service” at a March ceremony in Richmond.
Feeling stressed out, anxious or a little nervous about final exams? Karen Inkelas, an associate professor at UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development, has some advice.
Jacob Resch, an assistant professor of kinesiology, is working with the schools of Engineering and Medicine on a cell phone application that may be able to detect concussions.
UVA’s one-of-a-kind database, Autism DRIVE, combines information on current research and evidence-based resources available across the state.
Miray Seward, a doctoral student studying educational psychology-applied developmental science, will study the lived experiences of Black women student-athletes with a newly awarded NCAA research grant.