Highlighting the Transformative Work of Curry School Faculty

President Sullivan interacts with attendees at the Curry School of Education event.

 Photo by Skip Rowland

September 28, 2017

The Curry School of Education hosted an event this evening at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond to highlight the work of its faculty in autism research, classroom simulation, college access and success, early education, and youth engagement.

“For UVA to continue to hold its position of national prominence, we must continue to pursue new scholarly work and to provide a great education for our students,” President Sullivan told the gathering of about 200 alumni and friends. “The Curry School pursues this work with excellence, as demonstrated through its rise in the rankings, the excellence of the school’s faculty, and the dedication of its students.”

To learn more about some of the projects highlighted at this event, read about the vision of the Curry School’s leaders to create the UVA Center for Autism and the Center for Classroom Simulation Experience.


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