School of Medicine faculty members were honored with Distinguished Faculty Awards on Wednesday, Feb. 18, for their dedication, talent and wide-ranging achievements. Shown is D. Katherine Grange, MD, who was given a Distinguished Clinician Award, and Larry J. Shapiro, MD, executive vice chancellor for medical affairs and dean of the medical school.
Several School of Medicine faculty members were honored by the school Jan. 29 at the 2014 Faculty Recognition Event at the Eric P. Newman Education Center. Faculty members were honored at the event with Distinguished Faculty and Samuel R. Goldstein Leadership awards.
The university will celebrate its 1853 founding during the Founders Day gala Nov. 3 at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel. The keynote speaker is Robert Gates, former U.S. defense secretary. At the event, WUSTL will honor distinguished faculty, alumni and Robert S. Brookings award recipients.
Washington University School of Medicine awarded 14 Distinguished Faculty Awards and three Goldstein Leadership Awards Feb. 9 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center. The Distinguished Faculty Awards recognize achievements in clinical care, community service, research and teaching. Among the award winners were Perry L. Schoenecker, MD (left) and M. Alan Permutt, MD.
Eleven faculty members from Washington University School of Medicine were honored Feb. 9 at the 2011 Distinguished Faculty Awards ceremony at the Eric P. Newman Education Center.
Fifteen faculty from the School of Medicine were honored Feb. 10 at the 2010 Distinguished Faculty Awards ceremony at the Eric P. Newman Education Center.
GiulianiNational hero and legendary New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani will headline this year’s Founders Day celebration, which will be held on Nov. 5 at America’s Center. In addition to the talk, the event will include the presentation of awards for distinguished alumni and faculty, as well as the Robert S. Brookings Awards.