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April 29: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Hall, Brown Lounge
Concordance Institute for Advancing Social Justice and Concordance Academy of Leadership
April 29: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM at Missouri Histpry Museum Grand Hall
Beyond Dead Men Ruling: Making the 21st Century the Century of the Child
April 30: 3:00 PM-4:00 PM at Brown Hall, Brown Lounge
In this country, we need to populate a number of different professions to focus on the aging population. We need more students to choosecareers in aging. The theme for the course was “Aging: It’s personal. It’s professional. It’s your future. Transform it.” They’d better get a handle on this or they will be living with the same outdated social and physical structures we are dealing with now.
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.
Convenience, workplace incentives may increase use of public transit
New research finds transit stops close to home and workplace incentives are associated with higher likelihood that commuters will choose public transportation.
Study finds 1.2 percent of preschoolers on Medicaid use psychotropic drugs
A new study finds that that 1.2 percent of American preschool children on Medicaid are using psychotropic drugs, including antidepressants, mood stabilizers and medications for attention-deficit disorder.
Confronting the public health implications of gun violence
Yearlong university initiative will explore what we know, what we need to know, what to do
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Professor Mark Rank weighs in on controversial legislation what would severely limit what food stamp recipients can buy.
Dr. Sean Joe weighs in on the details surrounding late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich’s suicide and provides advice for prevention in a recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch article.
Fortune Magazine has cited new research from Professor Mark Rank in an article detailing America’s elite one percent. Rank’s research concluded that affluence is more fluid than once thought, but many troubling barriers still remain.
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