The Division of Physician-Scientists at the School of Medicine has selected three physicians for its third class of Dean’s Scholars.
Twelve recent alumni of Washington University in St. Louis earned Fulbright awards to travel abroad to conduct research or teach English. The program recognizes talented scholars and leaders who are committed to promoting global collaboration and understanding through research and teaching.
The St. Louis Business Journal has recognized Anthony T. Dao, MD, an instructor in the Division of Hospital Medicine at the School of Medicine, with a Business of Pride Award.
Shantay Bolton, executive vice chancellor and chief administrative officer, served as keynote speaker at the Jennings Senior High School graduation ceremony May 27 at the Chaifetz Arena.
Nine local teachers have been selected by Washington University in St. Louis faculty for the Summer Teacher-Researcher Partnership, an innovative initiative from the Institute for School Partnership. The teachers will work in university labs, where they will participate in faculty research and develop lessons for their classrooms.
Gerald Early, the Merle King Professor of Modern Letters in Arts & Sciences, will serve as interim director of the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity at Washington University in St. Louis, effective July 1. Hedwig Lee and William Acree, both in Arts & Sciences, are stepping down as co-directors.
Stan Sweeney has been named executive director of campus life at Washington University following a national search, according to Anna Gonzalez, vice chancellor for student affairs. Sweeney formerly worked at Youngstown State University in Ohio.
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping has awarded its Glass Brain Award to Deanna Barch, of Arts & Sciences and the School of Medicine, in recognition of her influential work on the function of the human brain.
Brendan Heiden, MD, a surgical resident and cardiothoracic surgery research fellow at Washington University School of Medicine, received the Harborside Endowed Merit Award from Conquer Cancer, the foundation of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Hillel J. Kieval, the Gloria M. Goldstein Professor of Jewish History and Thought in Arts & Sciences, has won the Silver Medal of the Faculty of Arts from Charles University in Prague.
View More Stories