The Emmett J. and Mary Martha Doerr Center for Social Justice Education and Research is an independently funded center within Saint Louis University’s School of Social Work that promotes long-range solutions to social problems through education and research.
Established in 1996 thanks to an endowment by the Doerrs, descendents of a 1937 graduate, the Center funds an annual Social Justice Night event, featuring important keynote speakers on social justice issues, as well as faculty research and awards to students for international travel and dissertations.
- Monica Matthieu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Social Work - Director
- Don Linhorst, Ph.D., Director of the School of Social Work
- Marla Berg-Weger, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work
- Jesse Helton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Social Work
Social Justice Night 2018
Champions Needed: Advocating for Solutions to Homelessness
Keynote Speaker: Lloyd Pendleton, Former Director, State of Utah Homeless Task Force
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
5-6 p.m.: Social Service Agency Fair
6-8 p.m.: Speaker and Panel Discussion
Center for Global Citizenship
3672 West Pine Mall
St. Louis, MO 63108
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