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David Meltzer Talk
December 02: 4:00 PM-5:00 PM at Brown Hall Room: Brown Lounge
“I am often asked about my role as a social worker, leading a field that engages medicine, psychology, business, engineering, public health and nursing. I respond that social workers are naturals for implementation science. We understand the complexities of change at the community, organizational, provider, and client levels, and we know how to bring people together to solve hard problems.”
Social work and public health students at the Brown School are united by a passion to help others. Gain the knowledge to make great change happen.
A Chance Meeting Between Alumnae Generates New Tribal Child Welfare Research
The Native Nations Institute and the National Indian Child Welfare Association have released the second set of qualitative and quantitative analyses from an ongoing project on tribal child welfare policy.
Washington University receives $1.6 million Gates Foundation grant
Washington University receives a $1.6 million Gates Foundation grant to fund study of social networks and family planning in Ethiopia.
Washington University launches Center for Health Economics and Policy
Washington University in St. Louis has announced the launch of the Center for Health Economics and Policy (CHEP), to be housed in the Institute for Public Health. The center will be co-directed by Timothy McBride.
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In a Post-Dispatch editorial, Molly Tovar and John Kelly make the case for a preservation plan that honors Native American values for new St. Louis NFL stadium site.
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