Mark Rollins, Chair of the Performing Arts Department and Professor of Philosophy and of the Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Program, was recently honored with the inaugural 2014 Distinguished Leadership Award from Dean of Arts & Sciences Barbara Schaal.
The award recognizes outstanding faculty leaders who have shaped the University, from developing educational programs and policy to serving on committees and in administration. During the ceremony, Dean Schaal emphasized the University's gratitude for Professor Rollins' service as associate dean of University College, associate dean of Arts & Sciences, chair of the Department of Philosophy, and currently, chair of the Performing Arts Department. She also described Professor Rollins as a scholar known for his calm temperament, thoughtful judgment, keen insight, and his ability to work with people.
Dance Close Up, Sept. 4-6
A.E. Hotchner Playwriting Festival,
Anon(ymous), Oct. 9-12
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Nov. 14-23
Washington University Dance Theatre:
emBodied Language, Dec. 5-7
Blues for Mr. Charlie, Feb. 20-March 1
SKY SKY SKY, March 26-29
The Slaughter Project: RELEASE! April 4
Telegraph, April 16-19