Wysession receives award for geosciences education

Michael Wysession, associate professor of earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences, has been recognized for his exceptional leadership in geosciences education by the Seismological Society of America with the 2016 Frank Press Public Service Award.

Dudukovic receives Neal Amundson Award

Milorad (Mike) Dudukovic, of the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, has received the prestigious Neal R. Amundson Award for Excellence in Chemical Reaction Engineering from the International Symposia on Chemical Reaction Engineering.

Terschluse selected for Grossman-Alexander Prize

Jack Terschluse, who just earned a bachelor’s degree in political science in Arts & Sciences, received the university’s Grossman-Alexander Prize. The competitive award is presented each year to an outstanding graduating senior with an emphasis on American politics.
St. Louis Magazine recently honored area nurses with the 2016 Excellence in Nursing Awards. Shown are Washington University nurses who either won or were finalists. In back, from left, are Maggie Kramper, Mary Stecher, Brian Torres, Shannon Clouse and Jennifer Ledbetter. In front, from left, are Mindy Brinkhorst, Tracey Guthrie and Lindsay Freeman.

School of Medicine nurses honored

Two School of Medicine nurses have received the 2016 Excellence in Nursing Award from St. Louis Magazine, while six others were finalists. The annual awards, announced in April, honor local nurses who have made a difference in the lives of their patients and colleagues.
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Dacey receives Cushing Medal from neurosurgery society

Ralph G. Dacey Jr., MD, the Henry G. and Edith R. Schwartz Professor and head of the Department of Neurosurgery, has been awarded the Harvey Cushing Medal by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. He was honored with the medal, the association’s most prestigious award, for his many years of outstanding leadership, dedication and contributions to the field of neurosurgery.
Tim Moore

Classics’ Moore gives talk on Greek tragedy, Ferguson

Timothy Moore, John and Penelope Biggs Distinguished Professor of Classics and chair of the Department of Classics in Arts & Sciences, recently delivered a lecture titled “Greek Tragedy after Ferguson” at Butler University in Indianapolis.
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Women’s Society presents 2016 awards, scholarships

Leaders of the Women’s Society of Washington University announced the winners of the Harriet K. Switzer Leadership Award and the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship during the group’s annual membership meeting April 19.
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