New research shows that camps and clubs effectively engaging students in STEM subjects are doing much more than providing a series of hands-on activities.
Rachel Wahl shares how taking a step back and asking important questions is critical to the work of improving education and human development.
UVA School of Education and Human Development Dean Bob Pianta walks us through the myriad ways proposed investments in early childhood education could improve society as a whole.
At a time when parents may be wary of taking unvaccinated children to a medical facility, the study raises concerns about the possible consequences.
Alexis Ward, a graduate student in the School of Education and Human Development, has been working to improve the lives of people with disabilities ever since she was a kid.
UVA's newest building, the Student Health and Wellness Center, is the new home of the School of Education and Human Development's Department of Kinesiology.
During this fall's Hispanic Heritage Month the team of researchers at the UVA Supporting Transformative Autism Research (STAR) initiative is working to highlight the increasing need for diagnostic and support resources for Hispanic families impacted by autism.
The UVA School of Education and Human Development is launching a new series to bring in speakers who are both scholars of DEI in higher education as well as leaders in implementing initiatives to advance DEI.
UVA President Jim Ryan will join the First-Generation Graduate Student Coalition kick-off event Thursday, October 7th on the UVA Lawn.
Read more about the thirteen newest UVA School of Education and Human Development faculty members.
Research: Fitness and Physical Activity Appear Superior to Weight Loss for Reducing Risks of Obesity
When it comes to obese individuals getting healthy and reducing mortality risk, increasing physical activity and improving fitness appear to be superior to weight loss.
The way educators frame and approach any learning gaps caused by the pandemic can make a huge difference in the wellbeing of children and youth.
UVA professors Mazurek and Davis, in partnership with Mary Baldwin University, will lead the new program designed to improve the health and well-being of children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
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)
The EdTech Evidence Exchange’s new system will enable teachers nationwide to share what technology works where and why.
The EdPolicyWorks research center welcomes professors Allison Atteberry and Brendan Bartanen.
Counselor education professor Joseph Williams shares his thoughts on the need for a whole-child approach, the role of school counselors, and how to bring an equity lens to social-emotional learning.
Using a telehealth system called “ECHO,” School of Education and Human Development professors Gail Lovette and Rose Nevill have come up with a way to help the caregivers of children with developmental delays.
UVA education professor Tish Jennings shares how classroom practices that prioritize safety and community can help schools meet students’ needs and get them back on track this school year.
A UVA kinesiology professor explains why the presence of certified athletic trainers significantly affects female collegiate student-athletes’ concussion recovery time.