George C. Throop opened the first evening's dedication ceremonies. The University establishes the George Warren Brown School of Social Work with Benjamin E. Youngdahl as a separate school. Washington University and The Brown School celebrate the dedication of Alvin Goldfarb Hall, a four-story building is with distinct areas of emphasis home to several research centers. The Master of Public Health program enrolls first class. Center was launched in 2001, is also home to the Missouri Evaluation Connection, explores the behaviors.
The Lab is a resource operates also the Center in St. Louis for Cultural Cancer Communications Prevention Research Center. The NIH-funded research center is a collaboration between the Medical School and the Brown School. Center researchers are concerned particularly among special populations.