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While many mentoring programs paused or ended during the pandemic, UVA’s Young Women Leaders Program refocused and built on their foundation of fostering youth competence, connection, and autonomy.

Retiring education professor Patrick Tolan helped push the study of adolescent development toward a strengths-based perspective.

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Emma is from Pierz, Minnesota, and is graduating with a master’s degree in Educational Psychology-Applied Developmental Science.

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  • Youth-Nex

New data shows literacy scores fell during the pandemic. Education professor Emily Solari explains what it will take to recover from these disrupted learning opportunities.

The computer-based simulator provides hours of meaningful practice for UVA students training for a variety of professions in education and human development.

Antonio Brodie Jr. is looking to make his mark in both the education and business sectors by working on critical projects with African American stakeholders in mind.

Emma is from Hampton, Virginia, and is graduating with her bachelor’s degree in Youth and Social Innovation.

The University of Virginia announced Wednesday that Stephanie J. Rowley, an alumna of UVA, has been appointed the dean of the School of Education and Human Development.

The Robert C. Pianta Endowed Fund for IDEAs was established to award grants to select faculty and students each year for their innovative research.

Inspired by her passion for the outdoors, Kate’s research centered on the benefits of nature for various mental illnesses.

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