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Person-Centered and Community-Based: An Autism Awareness Month Conversation

Professor Bill Therrien and Ethan Long, executive director of the Virginia Institute of Autism, discuss community partnerships and strengths-based services for Autism Awareness Month.


Mazurek’s Autism Research Named One of 20 Most Important Advances in Autism

A study conducted by Micah Mazurek has been selected as one of the top 20 most important advances in autism research for 2017.


New Dean’s Fellowship Program Provides Additional Funds for Top Doctoral Students

The Curry School of Education and Human Development has launched a program to offer increased funding packages to attract top doctoral applicants


Dialogue With the Dalai Lama: A 15-Year Journey in Mindfulness and Education

Tish Jennings presented her research to the Dalai Lama earlier this month in India. (Photo by Jonathan Joy-Gaba)


Alridge and Nimax Honored as Leaders, Community-Builders in Equity Efforts

As advocates and ambassadors for diversity, equity and inclusion at UVA, Derrick Alridge and Gary Nimax are tireless mentors, show patience and empathy in listening to others, and bring people together to create strong networks and make things happen.


A Legacy of Leadership: Athletic Training at UVA

UVA’s Athletic Training program has been an innovator in its field since day one. As the program debuts a new degree, its leaders are determined to maintain the program’s standard of excellence.


Class of 2018: Student Profiles

They've done the work, and now they're ready to walk the Lawn. Get to know a few of the most recent Curry School grads.


Class of 2018: Life on the Lawn

Three Curry School “Lawnies” reflect on the unique experience of living on the UVA Lawn – the prestige, the sense of history, the strangers peering through your mail slot – and the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to leave your mark on Grounds.