06/04- The health crisis our world is facing today is exactly the kind of problem Saint Louis University alumnus Chris Jenkins, Ph.D. has been preparing to help solve.
05/27- The coronavirus pandemic has affected many lives and that is no different for those in the St. Louis community. Fortunately, many students from Saint Louis University (SLU) have been doing their part to help those that need it most and stop the spread of COVID-19.
05/22- The COVID-19 pandemic had just started to affect the everyday lives of those in the United States when MSW student Mimi Termos fell ill.
05/21- Several students studying social work at Saint Louis University are using their skills to be front and center in the battle against COVID-19.
- Dr. Vithya Murugan, Ph.D., M.S.W. Receives SPARK Grant to Study the Effects of COVID-19 on Domestic Violence
04/30- Vithya Murugan, Ph.D., M.S.W., Assistant Professor of Social Work along with Terri Weaver, Ph.D., a professor in the psychology department were recently awarded a SPARK grant to explore the effects of COVID-19 on survivors of domestic violence and service provisions in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
04/28- As COVID-19 has been challenging the world in many ways, one of our own CPHSJ professors has been approaching readiness with research and methods grounded in science.
04/20- Freshman Liam John lives to serve, and now, through a national fellowship, he will channel his passion for changing the world for the better into transformational change as Saint Louis University and beyond.
04/07- A team of researchers, led by Kenton Johnston, Ph.D., of Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice, identified a way to measure frailty using patients’ medical claims that more accurately predicts costs-of-care, especially for clinicians with disproportionate shares of frail patients
04/07- Students from the graduate programs in health administration and public health (MHA, EMHA and MPH) share their stories about how they are engaged with COVID-19 activities.
04/03- Steve Rigdon, Ph.D. co-authors book about how statistics can be applied for disease detection and tracking an epidemic
04/01- Terri Rebmann, Ph.D. shares strategies to keep nurses and their families safe from COVID-19.
03/17- Sarah Bixby (M.B.A./M.H.A. 2016) is making an impact in health administration. In this Q&A, she discusses her career, why she chose SLU for her master of health administration, and the future of healthcare.
03/17- Mohammad Agha, (M.D., M.H.A. 2017) is making an impact in health administration. In this Q&A, he discusses his career, why he chose SLU for his executive master of health administration degree, and the future of health administration.
03/17- A.J. Baggio (M.H.A. 2014) is making an impact in health administration. In this Q&A, he discusses his career, why he chose SLU for his master of health administration, and the future of health administration.
03/17- Andrew Wilmes (MHA 2015) is making an impact in health administration. In this Q&A, he discusses why he chose SLU for his master of health administration, his career, and the future of health administration.
02/28- The State of Missouri recently honored the legacy of Norm White, Ph.D., a pioneering Saint Louis University criminologist who spent his life championing an end to the school-to-prison pipeline.
10/15- As a health care attorney, alumnus Ryan Chafe (JD 2015, MHA 2016) is making an impact. In this interview, he shares why he chose SLU for his JD/MHA, what he enjoys about his career, and his thoughts on crucial healthcare topics to monitor over the next 10 years.
09/26- Saint Louis University's M.P.H. alumni are making a local and global impact in public health. The 2019 class is no exception. Here's a snapshot of where some of our newest class of alumni are working post-graduation.
06/11- The MHA Alumni of Saint Louis University stand out among the nation's best in health administration. The 2019 Class is no exception.
05/23- Natasha Hansen (MPH, 2019) is interviewed in a podcast by JPHMP Direct about her internship experience in Guatemala for the PAHO/WHO Guatemala Country Office.
05/23- On May 16, 2019, the College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University celebrated its annual Precommencement ceremony at Chaifetz Arena.
05/08- Dr. Tom Burroughs has announced faculty candidates who were awarded promotion and/or tenure within the SLU College for Public Health and Social Justice.
04/18- Saint Louis University MHA/JD alumnus Kwamane Liddell (MHA/JD 2018) is the recipient of the CAHME Tim Campbell Scholarship, the ACHE Albert W. Dent Scholarship, and the 2019 SLU HMP Mentorship Alumni Award. Currently an Administrative Fellow at CommonSpirit Health, Liddell reflects on why he chose SLU for his MHA/JD, what he enjoys most about his career, and the future of healthcare.
03/26- Saint Louis University School of Social Work student Elizabeth Beckerle (M.S.W. 2019 candidate) was awarded the 2019 Distinguished Student Award from the Social Work Leaders in Health Care of Metro St. Louis. As she anticipates graduation, the St. Louis native reflects on what she enjoyed most about the Saint Louis University School of Social Work, her career goals, and what she thinks will be a crucial topic within social work over the next decade.
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.