What the Supreme Court's Ruling Means for You
It's been a busy few days for political scientists called on to decipher the Supreme Court's ruling this week on the Affordable Care Act. For Walker School academic and author James Brasfield the days have been filled with interviews on television, in print and on radio. His latest interview appeared today in the New York Times.
"Professor Brasfield has dedicated a good part of his professional life as a student and teacher of health policy," said Walker School Dean Benjamin Ola. Akande when reporters started to call Dr. Brasfield asking for his expertise. "As such, everyone benefits from his perspective post politics which is focused on the goodness of all citizens."
See what the Supreme Court's ACA ruling means for you.
Komen Founder to Speak at Webster
Just last week more than 51,000 runners, walkers, breast cancer fighters and survivors filled downtown St. Louis for the 14th Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. This October Susan's sister Nancy Brinker, the woman who founded what has become the world's largest breast cancer awareness organization, will join us at Webster to talk about the promise she made to her sister, the challenges her organization has faced and to receive the Walker School's 2012 Person of the Year Award. Read more, then RSVP for this free event.