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Professor Rachel Wahl's class on dialogue is highlighted in this UVA Today story about students' high levels of comfort expressing their views in UVA classes.

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Can I change majors? What’s the best way to make new friends? YSI major and Lawn resident, Rachel Moore shares her insights with the Class of 2028.

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This Black History Month, counseling education professor Natoya Haskins discusses her research on how the history of spirituality in Black communities can inform effective counseling practices.

Research Center or Department

  • Human Services
  • Center for Race and Public Education in the South

Kinesiology researchers hope to identify the optimal dose of physical activity after surgery to reduce early-onset osteoarthritis.

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  • Kinesiology

Programs that allow teaching assistants and other paraprofessionals to earn a degree and licensure while continuing to work are helping address the teacher shortage and diversify the teaching workforce.

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  • Curriculum, Instruction & Special Education

Tara Hofkens will lead an effort to assess the impacts of an inquiry-driven learning model designed specifically for middle school students.

Research Center or Department

  • Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning

Three School of Education and Human Development faculty members received a $321,000 large research grant from the Spencer Foundation to conduct a mixed-methods study engaging African American children in participatory research.

Research Center or Department

  • Center for Race and Public Education in the South

Three UVA education researchers, with colleagues across the U.S., are evaluating a professional development program that coaches elementary teachers on how to use an active and playful approach to increase engagement and learning in math.

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  • Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning

The school tied for second place in the latest U.S. News and World Report ranking of online graduate education programs and was also named the top online education master’s program for veterans.

UVA students studying to become school counselors are learning how to translate research into practitioner-focused briefs, building their own skills and benefiting counselors already in schools.