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MSW Info Session
September 15: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Hillman 370
MPH Info Session
September 16: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Hillman 110
Redefining Justice in America
September 25: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Edison Theatre, 6445 Forsyth Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130
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 They’d better get a handle on this or they will be living with the same outdated social and physical structures we are dealing with now.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.
Lawlor to conclude Brown School deanship
Edward F. Lawlor, PhD, dean and the William E. Gordon Distinguished Professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, has announced his decision to conclude his deanship on June 30, 2016.
Grounds for Change opens in Hillman Hall
WUSTL Dining Services added a new café to the Danforth Campus dining locations on August 3, 2015. Grounds for Change, located in Hillman Hall, will provide a café experience within the Brown School of Social Work.
Maxine Clark and Bob Fox promote civic and community engagement
Building on a significant legacy of generosity and support to Washington University in St. Louis, business and civic leaders Maxine Clark and Bob Fox have committed $7.5 million for programs and facilities at the Brown School.
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Vanessa Fabbre was featured on CNN in an interview detailing “To Survive on this Shore,” a collaborative project with photographer Jess T. Dugan that explores the intersection of gender, identity and aging.
Results from a new study found suicide rates among black children have nearly doubled since the early 1990s. In a New York Times article, Dr. Sean Joe addresses this alarming increase, and why it has surprised many researchers.
Research from Professor Mark Rank, featured in Fortune Magazine, explains that when measured by income, class divisions are relatively fluid.
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