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Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series

Join us for a personal look into the plight of human trafficking, the task forces that are being trained and empowered to end this enslavement and how these slave hunters keep sane in the midst of these crimes against humanity.


Social Entrepreneurship Students Compete for $5,000 in Funding for Their Social Business Ideas

Students from the Social Enterprise Incubator (ESEC 699), the capstone course for the five-semester master's in Social ... more

Class Notes - April 2014

A collection of stories you may have missed on our Facebook and Twitter feeds. Catch up on what's been happening with ... more

Honoree Announced for Annual Women in Leadership Conference

Elaine Batchlor, MD, MPH, who is CEO of the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital in South Los Angeles, is the 2014 ... more

GSEP Hosts Inaugural Conference for the CALPCC

The California Association of Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors' (CALPCC) first conference will be held at the West ... more

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Dr. Rhonda Brinkley-Kennedy (GSEP '96) is the director of the GSEP Urban Initiative, an umbrella program preparing education and mental health professionals to work effectively in underserved urban communities.