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February 03: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Lounge
For the Sake of All Community Action Forum: Investing in Early Childhood
March 12: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM at Parents as Teachers (2228 Ball Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146)
April 09: 12:00 AM-11:59 PM at Brown Lounge, Brown Hall
"Part of the reason I came to the Brown School is that it has a rich tradition of doing very rigorous work and being community-based and engaged. I knew from my conversations with Dean Edward F. Lawlor, and others here, that the university had a commitment to seeing broader societal issues addressed and that the university has a potentially substantial role to play in doing that."
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.
Faculty featured as leaders in new efforts to promote dissemination and implementation
Professors Ross Brownson & Enola Proctor's groundbreaking book was used as an organizing framework for a new dissemination and implementation toolkit.
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.
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Associate professor Vanessa Fabbre and her partner Jess Dugan are collaborating on a national project to capture the images and stories of older transgender subjects in order to bring them into the public eye. Listen to their interview on St. Louis Public Radio.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has cited the "For the Sake of All" study as the outline for the multiple ways the civic community has begun to improve disparities seen in Ferguson and throughout the St. Louis region.
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.
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