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From ‘success to significance’
Hillmans’ gift to benefit Brown School expansion.
Policy Forum Hosts Child Well-Being Symposium
The Policy Forum hosted the Child Well-Being Symposium: Keys to Global and Community Success on Nov. 12–13. The symposium examined policies and systems that lead to the health, safety, security and success of children everywhere.
Occupational sitting among women linked to obesity
Study finds association between sitting on the job and body mass index, particularly among diverse populations.
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For the Sake of All researchers convene first public forum after releasing their report, focusing on community-based economic opportunities for young people in St. Louis, especially after Ferguson.
Brown School students and faculty led the Washington University #HandsUpWalkOut protest on Monday, Dec. 1. It was the latest in a series of direct actions in response to events in Ferguson and around the country.
The Brown School's Center for Social Development found that the social and emotional development of children with college savings accounts was better than it was for those without them.
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