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.
Neal, who is earning a degree in kinesiology with a minor in psychology, spends nearly as much time volunteering as she does going to class. “I think that it could burn out some people. But just actually loving the people that I’ve met has really helped,” she said.
The Curry School's first class of MSAT graduates: (top left) Terius Grandison, Nathan Jones, Daniel Takata, Breanna DuFour
A Charlottesville native, Kimalee is graduating with a Ph.D. in Education Psychology-Applied Developmental Science.
Originally from Lexington, VA, Melanie is graduating with an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction.
Originally from Darien, CT, Melanie is graduating with a bachelor's degree in Speech Communication Disorders and a double-major in Spanish.
Professor of Kinesiology Art Weltman and Assistant Professor of Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education Jennifer Pease were among 13 UVA faculty members honored this week with University-wide teaching awards.
Virginia and Louisiana landed nearly $18M in federal grants to enhance their early childhood education initiatives. Curry School researchers are a critical part of both projects.
2019 Ridley Lecturer Anjali Forber-Pratt shared parts of her story as a wheelchair user, two-time Paralympian and an adopted woman of color.
The event featured Jaclyn Corin, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and cofounder of March For Our Lives, and local student leaders who offered ideas to address some of our nation’s greatest challenges. (Photo by Jack Looney.)
Many UVA and Charlottesville runners will be taking on the prestigious, grueling Boston Marathon on Monday, including UVA President Jim Ryan. Art Weltman, chair of the Department of Kinesiology, explains how to prepare for the challenge.
On Monday, UVA President Jim Ryan will run his ninth Boston Marathon, this time in support of UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development.
The team used a large grant from the National Science Foundation to help students program and use a computer-based model of water runoff and test their playground designs at Walker Upper Elementary School.
Cavalier men’s basketball player Jack Salt named Curry School's Ann Boyce as one of his most impactful professors. (Photo by Matt Riley, UVA Athletics)
Special guest Jon Hale, author of a book on the Mississippi Freedom Schools of 1964, shared his insights on social and political activism in education ahead of a public lecture on the history of Freedom Schools.