Nichol L. Luoma, vice president of University Business Services at Arizona State University, has been named executive vice chancellor for administration and chief administrative officer at Washington University in St. Louis, announced Chancellor Andrew D. Martin. Her appointment is effective Feb. 5.
The university community came together Nov. 4 at its annual Founders Day celebration to honor the outstanding achievements of some of the university’s most distinguished faculty, alumni and friends. The event was held at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel.
Raymond W. Ewing, a well-known bartender at Washington University’s Whittemore House and a retired employee of the Division of Comparative Medicine at the university’s School of Medicine, died Tuesday, Nov. 4, in St. Louis. He was 80.
Chao Zhou, a professor of biomedical engineering at the McKelvey School of Engineering, has been elected a fellow of Optica and of the American Heart Association.
Feng Sheng Hu, dean of Arts & Sciences and the Lucille P. Markey Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences, was installed as the inaugural Richard G. Engelsmann Dean of Arts & Sciences during an Aug. 30 ceremony.
The Washington University Police Department will conduct an active shooter training exercise tomorrow on the west side of the Danforth Campus near fraternity row. The training exercise is not in response to a specific threat but is a proactive measure to ensure WUPD’s preparedness.
Shantay N. Bolton, executive vice chancellor for administration and chief administrative officer at Washington University in St. Louis, has been named executive vice president for administration and finance and chief business officer at the Georgia Institute of Technology, announced Chancellor Andrew D. Martin.
David C. Farrell, a former longtime member of the Board of Trustees, died June 5, 2023, at his home in Ladue, Mo. He was 89.
Washington University’s 162nd Commencement is 9 a.m. Monday, May 15, on Francis Olympic Field. The university will award degrees to approximately 3,500 members of the Class of 2023, and Sterling K. Brown, a St. Louis native and an award-winning actor and producer, will deliver the Commencement address.
Arts & Sciences recently recognized five alumni for their achievements, service and commitment to the liberal arts during its Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner.
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