Brown School program helps minority students feel welcome
Record, November 30, 2017

Washington University in St. Louis researchers explore a rising trend of employer-based employee financial wellness programs
BadCredit.Org, November 28, 2017

Bouncing Between Homes: Hypermobility and its impact on children’s education and communities at large
Clark-Fox Policy Institute, November 21, 2017

New initiative being spearheaded to reform criminal justice system to help felons gain employment
Fox 2 News, November 8, 2017

Banks weigh in on financial wellness
ABA Bank Marketing, October 23, 2017

SSA conference to examine national movement to reduce incarceration rates
UChicago News, October 18, 2017

The policy implications of the Harvey Weinstein scandal
Vox,   October 17, 2017

The experience of volatility in low and moderate-income households: Results from a national survey
The Aspen Institute, October 3, 2017

Can we reduce the US prison population by half?
Oxford University Press Blog, September 30, 2017

Fresh perspectives in community development: Community-based system dynamics: An essential tool in the community development toolbox
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   Bridges, Summer 2017

Disparities in educational experiences of black youth
The Source,   September 20, 2017

St. Louis protests show the sickness and the cure
CNN,   September 19, 2017

States explore Child Development Accounts to promote saving thru 529 plans
College Savings Plans Network, September 18, 2017

We are all responsible for curing health inequality in St. Louis
Huffington Post, September 11, 2017

Editorial: Students can flourish in healthy environments
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 10, 2017

Spending too much? Don’t bother using electronic reminders
The Wall Street Journal, September 10, 2017

For the Sake of All nets $1.1M grant to work in public schools
The St. Louis American, September 6, 2017

WashU alum Joe Madison, AKA The Black Eagle, interviews For the Sake of All’s Jason Parnell
SiriusXM, August 31, 2017

Normandy High School opens healthcare facility on campus
FOX 2 News, August 31, 2017

St. Louis researchers will use $1.1 million grant to develop a healthy school model
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 28, 2017

For the Sake of All receives $1.1 million grant
The Source, August 28, 2017

School health clinics are growing in number in St. Louis region
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 23, 2017

The workplace is a new frontier for financial wellness. Will it pan out?
The Aspen Institute, August 22, 2017

Healthcare bills aim to remedy racial disparities in the shadow of Charlottesville
Washington Examiner, August 20, 2017

The doctor is in: Normandy High one of three districts with health clinics on site
St. Louis Public Radio, August 10, 2017

Medical mobile unit now serving Normandy students
The St. Louis American, July 26, 2017

New book provides strategies for smart decarceration of America’s prisons
The Source, July 11, 2017

Companies offer ‘financial wellness’ programs as a job perk
Marketplace, July 11, 2017

From complaint to eviction, here’s how the Maplewood nuisance ordinance works
St. Louis Public Radio, June 15, 2017

Back to the future: Financial capability in social work practice
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   Bridges, Spring 2017

Smart decarceration trumps lock them up policies
Congressional Research Institute for Social Work & Policy, May 25, 2017

St. Louis voters approved $5 million for affordable housing, but budget routinely falls short
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 21, 2017

Shame won’t solve the opioid crisis. Corporate dissembling only makes it worse
STAT, May 16, 2017

Researchers tackle ‘smart decarceration’
NASW News, May 2017

Sessions’ tough sentencing guidance could negatively impact the federal budget
The Fiscal Times, May 12, 2017

Civil unrest in Ferguson from the eyes of older citizens
The Record, May 11, 2017

Guo named Yangtze River Scholar
The Record,   May 8, 2017

On health and welfare, moral arguments can outweigh economics
The New York Times, May 7, 2017

Smart decarceration can help shrink sprawling American prison system
The Record, May 4, 2017

Putting a focus on the needs of people behind bars
SSA Magazine, Winter 2017

Heroin overdose deaths continue to grow in Lehigh Valley
The Morning Call, April 28, 2017

Matched savings programs show promise for financial security and upward mobility
Urban Institute, April 2017

What is your future risk of poverty?
The Record,   April 19, 2017

Already dreaming about how to spend that tax refund?
NBC News, April 18, 2017

Near Ferguson, a nonprofit movie theater proves pop culture can help change a neighborhood narrative
Los Angeles Times, April 6, 2017

Increasing savings at tax time
The Source, March 30, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Obama administration’s order to end private prisons
Knowledge@Wharton, SiriusXM Business Radio, February 28, 2017

Episode 212. Dr. Matthew Epperson and Dr. Carrie Pettus-Davis Smart Decarceration 
inSocialWork Podcast Series, March 27, 2017

WashU Expert: More must be done to address opioid crisis
The Source, March 21, 2017

The Brown School’s Commitment to Impact
Brown School News, March 20, 2017

Employer-based financial wellness programs project receives $750,000 grant from Kellogg Foundation
Brown School News, March 17, 2017

Clyde Boyd Middle School Indian Education students learn about saving​
Sand Springs Leader, March 2, 2017

How the opioid crisis is crippling Millennials
Bustle, March 2017

HomeGrown STL summit aims to better lives for black males in St. Louis
Brown School News, February 28, 2017

Parents’ assets do not harm aid for most low-income students
College Savings Plans Network, February 27, 2017

Sessions memo: Reversal on private prisons could portend shift on justice, observers say
The Christian Science Monitor, February 24, 2017

Stadium funding would cut into underfunded Affordable Housing Trust Fund
St. Louis American, February 23, 2017

More of this year’s tax refund will pay down debt
Bloomberg, February 22, 2017

A hand for low-income families
NUS News,  February 22, 2017

New curriculum for social workers to learn financial planning skills​
The Straits Times, February 21, 2017

St. Louis families using housing vouchers for school choice
How Housing Matters   (Urban Institute), February 21, 2017

12 Grand Challenges Advancing Faster than I Knew
Social Justice Solutions, February 16, 2017

Study from Missouri university shows housing benefits from Obamacare
Missourinet, February 15, 2017

Understanding a St. Louis mayoral candidate’s viral takedown of a local newspaper
Citylab (The Atlantic), February 13, 2017

Cities could save millions of dollars by preventing evictions
Bloomberg, January 31, 2017

Claiming these tax credits will delay your refund check
Futurity, January 30, 2017
Study shows tax return delay could hurt low-income families
Social Work Helper, January 28, 2017

Tax-return delay could hurt low-income families, study says, January 27, 2017

Study: Tax-return delay could hurt low-income families
The Record, January 27, 2017
The Source, January 26, 2017

Global experts convene in China to tackle challenges of aging population
The Source, January 25, 2017

Home delinquency rates lower among ACA households
The Record, January 18, 2017
The Source, January 12, 2017

Researchers find unintended result of health insurance
Consumer Affairs, January 16, 2017

Obamacare has benefits that extend beyond the hospital—and into housing
New America Weekly, January 12, 2017

For Earned-Income Credit filers, refunds will be later
The New York Times, January 2, 2017