03/19- The 2019 ACHE Congress on Healthcare Leadership allowed students, alumni, and faculty opportunities to learn, network, and collaborate. In addition, the SLU Health Management and Policy department honored alums in their Annual Alumni Awards ceremony.
03/07- Dr. Joe Schafer is the newest CCJ professor for the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice. An expert for the Criminal Justice Research Alliance on issues of policing and police organizations, he has also authored countless research articles, white papers, and books. In this interview, Dr. Schafer opens up about his professional background, why he joined SLU, and emerging trends in criminology and criminal justice.
03/07- Noble Salwan (2019 MPH Candidate) is interviewed in a podcast by JPHMP Direct about Public Health. Noble talks about his passion for public health and how he was able to channel that passion into becoming an ambassador for This Is Public Health (TIPH).
01/18- Matthew Kuhlenbeck is an MHA alumnus and HMP PhD candidate on the move. After 16 years with the Missouri Foundation for Health, Matthew transitioned to the Greater Rochester Health Foundation where he serves as President and CEO. Matthew shares insights on philanthropy, his new role, and the impact a SLU education had on his career.
01/16- Faculty in the SLU College for Public Health and Social Justice MHA program provided underwriting support to CAHME on their white paper, Getting to 100: Preparing Healthcare Leaders for the Next 50 Years.
01/11- Now in its seventh year, the Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University is an opportunity for undergraduate students to test their public health knowledge, connect with peers, and compete for cash prizes.
12/20- Faculty and staff at the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice created a fun and festive 2018 holiday cartoon.
12/18- Newborn siblings who weigh at least one pound less than their older biological siblings are twice more likely to die within their first month, according to a new finding from a study co-authored by Maya Tabet, Ph.D., adjunct professor of epidemiology at the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice.
12/18- The Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice was awarded a record amount of funding from grants in 2018. As faculty members work behind the scenes spearheading research projects to help both local and global communities, they are impacting population-specific issues, promoting communities and transforming social outcomes.
12/12- Vithya Murugan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Social Work at the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice, is working to provide education and empowerment regarding the challenging issue of domestic violence in the Jewish community.
06/20- Motivated by a personal tragedy, Aaron Laxton, a recent Master of Social Work graduate, is working to fight the opioid crisis in Missouri.
06/12- On May 17, 2018, the College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University celebrated its fifth annual Precommencement ceremony at Chaifetz Arena.
06/04- "I extend my arm and then ask them to hold ... I have to trust that they're going to hold on while I turn my head away," said Colleen Doyle, describing her work at a suicide hotline.
06/04- Our students complete internships locally and internationally as part of the Master of Public Health program. This year, students worked with Generate Health, the World Health Organization and others.
05/08- Research targets truck transportation to improve safety.
05/08- Research in rural southern Missouri seeks to improve health services.
05/07- Every year, about one-third to half of the graduating M.H.A. class chooses to pursue post-graduate fellowship opportunities. These fellowships offer extended leadership and management competency development within health systems and hospitals across the United States.
05/01- Manufacturing maintains an important part of a community's landscape and fabric. That's the underlying theme of professor Sarah Coffin's research with St. Louis Makes.
04/30- If the wilds and beauty of Alaska call you, and you are a mental health clinician, you're in luck. Professionals are needed, the work is satisfying, and you'll likely be paid to relocate. Leigh and J.T. Bolin, married graduates of Saint Louis University's social work program, have found their calling north of the 48.
04/30- Jesse Helton, Ph.D., researches the unthinkable: sexual assault and children. His recent focus takes a look at trends of assault on children with disabilities. Kids with learning disabilities often look like other kids, yet they can have cognitive problems in processing language and understanding ideas.
04/26- Sixteen teams of undergraduate public health students from across the United States competed in the 2018 Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University on April 14.
04/17- Betelihem Tobo, M.P.H. ‘17, and current Ph.D. candidate, clearly remembers the moment when she realized she wanted to commit to a doctoral degree.
03/23- After graduating with a Master of Social Work in 1992, J. Breezer Rickey worked in Chicago’s poorest housing projects helping inner-city families. She provided advocacy and psychotherapy for children who were severely abused.
03/08- Rhonda BeLue, Ph.D., joined Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice as professor and chair of the Health Management and Policy department on July 1, 2017.
01/16- On Jan. 1, 2018, Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice welcomed two new associate deans and a new Master of Public Health program director to its leadership team.
12/20- With a $580,000 grant from Missouri Foundation for Health, a team of Saint Louis University researchers aims to lower the rate of food insecurity while connecting families to available resources by improving screening practices and follow-up care.
12/18- Enrique Flores, a 2012 graduate of SLU's urban planning and development program, was recently recognized by North County Incorporated as one of the "30 Leaders in their Thirties."
12/13- Norman White, Ph.D., an associate professor of criminology and criminal justice in Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice, died suddenly Wednesday, Dec. 6. He was 64.
12/04- Kimberly Enard, Ph.D., assistant professor of health management and policy, has been appointed as the new chair of the program committee of the American Public Health Association’s Community Health Planning and Policy Development section.
11/27- In an interview with Vice, SLU doctoral student Matthew Ellis explains why recent efforts to control the supply of prescription drugs may have contributed to the increasing numbers of heroin users.