In a recent policy brief, co-author and education assistant professor Beth Schueler examined tutoring and small-group instruction’s role in academic improvement.
Margaret Thornton is leading a push to recognize the life and accomplishments of E. Louise Stokes Hunter, who earned her doctorate in education from UVA in 1953.
The research offers needed guidance for early detection in nursing homes and dorms.
The research awards highlight collaboration and mentorship between generations of students in the humanities and scientific research process.
In a case of simulation imitating life, students at UVA’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy wrestle with a simulated pandemic online – during a worldwide pandemic.
UVA research reveals why sleep can raise risks for people with epilepsy and contribute to sudden unexpected death.
A team of UVA Engineering computer science researchers has uncovered a line of attack that puts billions of computers and other devices across the globe at risk.
With a $3 million grant, a new UVA study using brain scan data will explore how underlying memory systems influence children’s ability to learn core math skills.