Professor at College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University
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Professor at Washington University's George Warren Brown School of Social Work
Von Nebbit’s practice and research experiences are in the areas of urban African-American children and youth, with a primary research agenda of increasing empirical and theoretical knowledge of the effects of living in urban public housing on minority adolescents’ health and well-being. His research assesses how exposure to community and household violence, peer networks, and social cohesion and belonging are related to the mental, behavioral and physical health of adolescents.
Assistant Director Of Student Conduct and Community Standards at Washington University of Saint Louis
Dr. Kyle R. Williams is a native of Cincinnati, OH. He received his undergraduate degree in Voice from Otterbein University (formally Otterbein College) and his masters from Old Dominion University. He moved to St. Louis to work at Washington University after finishing his Doctorate in Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce where his focus was on Mattering and Persistence of Black males.