Prof. Sue McGraugh honored with Experiential Learning Award

May 1, 2013

Congratulations to Associate Clinical Professor Sue McGraugh, who was awarded the University's Faculty Commitment to Experiential Learning Award at the annual Leadership and Service Awards Ceremony last Thursday. McGraugh was honored for her work supervising the Criminal Defense Clinic which now includes a social worker and provides holistic services to indigent clients.

Prof. McGraugh with her award

Prof. McGraugh's work in the clinics was featured in the Summer 2012 issue of the Saint Louis Brief.

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