SP2 Review 2011

Stories from SP2 Review 2011

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Student Life

The recent economic recession has brought national attention to the plight of families who are now struggling to get by....

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Advocating for Un-Parented Children

Gifts & Giving

SP2 Board Chair aims to advance ethical and effective adoption policy and legislation. For Ann Reese, who spent 25 years as...

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Advocating for Prisoners

Student Life

SP2 students pursue advanced degrees for a variety of reasons. For first year DSW candidate Kirk James, personal experience was the...

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Advancing Patient and Family-Centered Care

Student Life

For America’s poorest children, Medicaid is a critical health safety net. Yet in some states, Medicaid reimbursement is so low...

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A Fresh Start for Those Without Homes

Student Life

In urban areas across the nation, government and social service agencies are struggling to find solutions to the problem of...

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Working Toward An Audacious Goal

Student Life

The poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow said, “Music is the universal language of mankind.” It’s a sentiment that rings true for NPL...

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Supporting Sexually Abused Children

Student Life

According to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS), an estimated 9.3 percent of child abuse and neglect...

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2011 Class Gift Campaign

Gifts & Giving

Last spring, the Class of 2011 conducted the School’s seventh second-year class gift campaign, which is designed to boost annual...

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Activist Scholar

Faculty & Research

Assistant Professor focuses on structural interventions to prevent substance abuse, homelessness and HIV, here and abroad. While many researchers strive to...

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