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Helping recently incarcerated transition to society
The Evaluation Center and CSD’s Smart Decarceration Initiative received a $1.8 million RE-LINK grant from the U.S. Department of Human Services Office of Minority Health to assist 18-26-year-olds who have been released from St. Louis’ city jail.
Reducing the burden of diabetes
Ross Brownson, director of the Prevention Research Center, has received a $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to find ways of reducing the burden of diabetes.
Grinstein-Weiss Champions Economic Solutions with the Clinton Global Initiative
Professor Michal Grinstein-Weiss recently served as an advisor at the Clinton Global Initiative America meeting, where she advised a cohort of cross-sector leaders in creating action plans to improve U.S. economic development.
How to get this country moving
A new study from the Brown School finds greater efforts should be made to actively monitor physical activity as a risk factor in clinical practice.
Brown School Offers Affordable Housing and Mixed-Income Community Management Certificate
The Brown School, in partnership with NeighborWorks America, is offering an Affordable Housing and Mixed-Income Community Management certificate, composed of three intensive courses.
Screening for suicide risk among urban children vitally important
A new study from the Brown School finds screening for suicide risk among publicly insured urban children who are experiencing psychological distress is vitally important.
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