Originally from Lima, Peru, Jesus is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Education in Speech Communication Disorders.
Originally from Guam, Mark is graduating from the Ph.D. in Educational Psychology: Applied Developmental Science (EP-ADS) program.
Cameron is from Midlothian, VA, and is graduating with her master's degree in Elementary Education.
Jenny Provo Quarles, the Curry School’s new Manager of Online Operations, debunks common misconceptions about distance learning and shares five ideas for how to build community-focused programs.
Tanya Evans, a neuroscientist who recently joined the faculty of the Curry School of Education, works at the intersection of education and neuroscience, studying brain data to understand how children learn.
In February another sadly familiar school shooting took place, this time at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Three Curry School faculty members, whose research points to effective ways to make schools safe environments where students can thrive, have spoken up about what we can do moving forward.
Ahmet is graduating with a Master of Education in Kinesiology - Exercise Physiology.
Growing coalition of national education organizations sign onto eight-point violence prevention plan.
In the wake of the mass murder at a Florida high school, some suggest training and arming teachers with firearms will deter attacks. UVA associate professor Patricia Jennings, an expert in teacher stress, shares her views.
New funding paves the way for the Curry School of Education and its partners to create a unified center for autism research and training at the University of Virginia.
Ambitious initiative, incubated by Jefferson Education Accelerator, will offer stipends to educators to document their experiences implementing education technology
In the wake of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Dewey Cornell, a forensic clinical psychologist, Bunker Professor of Education and director of the UVA Youth Violence Project, shares how Virginia is working to prevent school violence. This column was originally published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on February 17, 2018.