Recognizing contributions to Arts & Sciences

Receiving awards from Dean Barbara A. Schaal (center) are (from left) Rachel Dunaway, Henry S. Webber, Robert Chien and Sue McKinney.
Receiving awards from Dean Barbara A. Schaal (center) are (from left) Rachel Dunaway, Henry S. Webber, Robert Chien and Sue McKinney.

Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis recently recognized Robert Chien, Rachel Dunaway and Sue McKinney with the Outstanding Staff Award. Presented annually, the award honors non-teaching personnel for their extraordinary contributions to the effectiveness of teaching, advising, counseling and research in Arts & Sciences.

Henry S. Webber, executive vice chancellor and chief administrative officer, received the Dean’s Award, which goes to a Washington University employee outside of Arts & Sciences who has had a significant impact on the school.

Barbara A. Schaal, dean of the faculty of Arts & Sciences and the Mary-Dell Chilton Distinguished Professor of Biology, presented the awards during the Arts & Sciences staff reception, held Aug. 28 in Holmes Lounge.

To learn more about the winners, visit The Ampersand.

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