03/01- "It's a positive reflection of their community. It's something they don't often get to see in the mainstream media," says Amaly Yossef, photographer of the "I Am Muslim And..." social media campaign.
02/23- Briana Clare, M.H.A. '18, has been chosen as the new student liaison for the St. Louis chapter of the National Association of Health Services Executives, a nonprofit association of black health care executives.
02/22- Despite reports about the increase in heroin use, more teens believed it was “probably impossible” to get heroin in 2014 than in 2002, according to a Saint Louis University study.
02/21- Health management and policy graduate students develop skills and attitudes to support a positive gender environment in health care.
02/17- "These are obviously failing departments. They cannot protect and serve their constituents. In fact, they prey on them."
02/07- "We are racing against the clock in a good way. Getting fathers involved early is the best chance we have to keep the father involved with the child through his life," said Stephen Edward McMillin, Ph.D., assistant professor of social work, at Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice
02/01- "How did this area, this region, get this way? What policies were in place to facilitate the neglect of these neighborhoods?" Fernando Serrano, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, asks students during his third annual Environmental Justice Tour of St. Louis.
02/01- Rhonda BeLue, Ph.D., has been named as the next chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy at Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice.
02/01- How can we better help children at risk of food insecurity eat during the summer months? And, do urban and rural African American families face different challenges to food security in the summer?
01/20- Michael Vaughn, professor of social work at Saint Louis University's College for Public Health and Social Justice, was named a fellow of the American Academy of Social and Social Welfare in January.
01/11- Two faculty members have been recognized for their leadership in the advancement of social work research that promotes a diverse, equitable and just society.
12/14- Poorer health outcomes and higher costs are linked to hospital readmissions, M.H.A. student Jenna Zmuda '18 finds in her award-winning essay.
12/01- An assistant professor at Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice has received a $50,000, one-year grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to study an initiative designed to improve access to health care for low-income, uninsured or Medicaid patients.
11/15- A professor, a student and a community make a difference in the world as a writing assignment turns into a real-world policy.
11/14- The Maternal Child and Family Health Coalition (MCHFC) honored two Saint Louis University professors for their leadership in improving the health of babies and families in the St. Louis region.
11/04- Eduardo J. Simoes kicked off the symposium with a keynote presentation, sharing experiences and lessons learned during his 30-year career as an applied epidemiologist.
11/03- Ninety-five students volunteered at sites in St. Louis and Denver on Oct. 30, part of the second Student Day of Service.
11/03- SoJust, the magazine of the College for Public Health and Social Justice, has published its first issue in the fall of 2016.
09/23- Aaron Laxton will host an informal discussion for the SLU community about the Orlando events on Tuesday, Sept. 27.
09/15- Dr. Ellen Barnidge, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science & Health Education, examines the issue of food insecurity in St. Louis.
09/15- Join us for the 2017 Public Health Scholar Bowl and compete with undergraduate teams from across the country for cash prizes.
09/15- This special event will feature keynote speaker Sister Simone Campbell, leader of the Nuns on the Bus advocacy bus tours.
09/07- Dylan Steigerwald, M.P.H. '16, is an epidemiologist at the Jefferson County Department of Health
08/24- Do condom deserts exist in Saint Louis? Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., associate professor of Behavioral Science and Health Education at Saint Louis University, set out to answer this question in a recently published paper, "Geographic Variation in Condom Availability and Accessibility."