Daniel Rodriguez-Segura: Education Policy
Read Daniel's story
“Complexity does not necessarily define the most valuable research. What really matters is asking the right questions and framing the answers in the right light.”
Jordan Althoff: Kinesiology
Read Jordan's story
"During my time at UVA I dove into helping the community." Graduating with a B.S.Ed. in May, Jordan was committed to giving back to the UVA and Charlottesville communities during her time as an undergrad.
Christopher Mathis: Higher Education
Read Christopher's story
With a law degree in hand, Mathis’s passion for making higher education an equitable experience for all students brought him to the UVA School of Education and Human Development, where he will graduate with his Ph.D. this May.
Maryam Bailey: Curriculum and Instruction
Read Maryam's story
“Choosing a career in education meant that I could change the narrative for BIPOC learners and provide them with a role model and mentor with whom they could connect.”
Kate Serrao: Counselor Education
Read Kate's story
Inspired by her passion for the outdoors, Kate’s research centered on the benefits of nature for various mental illnesses.
Antonio Brodie, Jr.: Curriculum & Instruction/MBA
read Antonio's story
Graduating with an MEd/MBA dual degree, 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 Otremba: Educational Psychology - Applied Developmental Science
Read Emma's Story
"Being able to understand my own identity, and knowing that kids in schools often don't have that time or space to explore identity, I fell in love with learning about youth activism and thinking about, how do we change the climate of a school? How do we help kids explore identity in high school?"