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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.

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.

Of the eight UVA scholars included on the list, six climbed in this year’s rankings of university-based faculty members who most influenced educational practice and policy.

Professor Alridge hopes the stories and insights from civil rights-era teachers can help current teachers navigate the present moment.

Ten University of Virginia professors were named in the 2023 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.

Quana Dennis expected to work his way through college and take out loans, but an email changed that plan. Since then, he’s given back more than he’s received.

A seminar held during UVA’s biennial Black Alumni Weekend spotlighted three education leaders and UVA EHD alumni, kicking off a wider effort to build community among the School’s alumni of color.

Oral storytelling is a significant part of Black history in America. A UVA project is keeping the oral tradition alive for a new generation of teachers and students.

Seven University of Virginia faculty members rose in the annual Education Week rankings of the nation’s most influential education scholars.

Prof. Alridge has been awarded the 2021 Carter G. Woodson Scholars Medallion by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH).