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Health Policy Reform: Update on the Affordable Care Act

October 13: 1:00 PM-2:15 PM at Brown Lounge

"Making it Real"

October 20: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM at Brown Lounge

Community Action Forum: Creating Economic Opportunity

October 23: 5:30 PM-7:00 PM at St. Louis Public Radio, 3651 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63108

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Faculty Spotlight

Renee Cunningham-Williams

Renee Cunningham-Williams 

“Renee Cunningham-Williams’ office in Goldfarb Hall is a warm, welcoming place: books, cushions, a couch, plants, artwork and sunlight – all the accents that make a dean accessible to students at the Brown School, a place she calls “a fertile training ground for doing big things.”

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.

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Child maltreatment underreported in Medicaid claims, study finds

Brown School’s Raghavan says more data sets need to be examined to determine true scope of problem.

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International collaboration Next Age Institute established

Partnership with National University of Singapore will address aging populations and rising inequality.

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National study examines ways federal policy can impact childhood, adolescent obesity

Brown School researcher helps find that beverage tax, exercise promotion best long-term options.

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In The News

The Brown School’s Center for Social Development released a report in 2013, "Homeownership and Wealth among Low- and Moderate-Income Households," which showed that low and moderate-income homeowners generated a higher net worth than their counterparts who rented during the same time period.

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Tim McBride wonders “why is it that the rest of the country is seeing a pretty significant growth in Medicaid, even the states that are not expanding Medicaid, and we’re seeing a drop?”

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Amanda Moore McBride blogs about moving beyond volunteering as our students' only pursuit of civic engagement to embrace a much broader political connection.

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