Brown School career honor

Amanda Moore McBride named Bettie Bofinger Brown Career Development Associate Professor

article photo Amanda Moore McBride, PhD (above and below left), associate dean for social work at the Brown School and director of the Richard A. Gephardt Institute for Public Service, talks with Edward F. Lawlor, PhD (above right), dean and the William E. Gordon Distinguished Professor, following a May 6 ceremony naming her the Brown School’s first career development professor, the Bettie Bofinger Brown Career Development Associate Professor. The honor was bestowed by Lawlor and Holden Thorp, PhD (below right), university provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, in Brown Hall Lounge and attended by many colleagues and members of McBride’s family. “At Washington University, career development chairs are appointed to recognize very special and outstanding early-career achievement, trajectory and leadership,” Lawlor said. “Amanda fits all of these criteria and more.” Credit: Sid Hastings/WUSTL Photos (2)article photo