03 May 2017

Autism Pathways: UVA Scholars and Community Provide Vision for Autism Center

The Curry School of Education and the UVA Brain Institute along with co-sponsors Virginia Institute of Autism, The Faison Center, and Autism Speaks hosted an interdisciplinary symposium on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 to explore ways to break down research “silos,” and establish a network of relationships to better serve those affected by autism.
17 March 2017

Curry School shares upcoming events related to autism research, service, and training

The Curry School of Education Foundation is pleased to share a digest of upcoming events related to autism research, service, and training. Please visit the links following each event to learn more. For general questions, please contact Kelly Reinhardt, ksr2h@virginia.edu or 243-1962.

28 February 2017

UVA Today: UVA, Va. Tech Seek Ways to Assist Drivers with Autism

The University of Virginia Health System is teaming with the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute to study novice drivers with autism to determine if they would benefit from specialized training to help them become better, safer drivers and feel more comfortable behind the wheel.
31 January 2017

Envisioning a UVA Center for Autism

The Curry School envisions combining its resources and those across Grounds to position UVA as a national leader in autism research, coordinated care, and teacher and clinical professional training.
30 January 2017

Curry School in New York

UVA alumni in the New York area have been invited to learn how the UVA’s Curry School of Education is creating solutions to some of our country’s toughest educational challenges.
23 January 2017

UVA Students Learn First-Hand How People with Autism Feel

At the University of Virginia, professor Elizabeth Vosseler offers a class that could break down barriers to understanding what young adults with autism think and feel.
 
05 August 2016

Report of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission To the Governor and The General Assembly of Virginia

Assessment of Services For Virginians With Autism Spectrum Disorders 

 
13 July 2016

Shocking New Role Found for the Immune System: Controlling Social Interactions

In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the immune system directly affects – and even controls – creatures’ social behavior, such as their desire to interact with others.
06 April 2016

A More Open House

Fourth Year Anna Mendelson accomodates theater for local kids with sensory challenges.