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Chuck Lenosky Earns National Award at Conference

Chuck Lenosky, director of Learning Environments at Creighton University received the Health and Science Communications Association’s (HeSCA) highest honor at its June 2011 International Conference on BioCommunications held at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix.

Lenosky, a past president of HeSCA and longtime member of the Board of Directors, is the 21st recipient of the Golden Raster. He is the second person from Creighton to receive the award. Leon “Benny” Benschoter, a retired vice president of Information Technology from Creighton received the award in 1981. The Golden Raster Award, established in 1967, is the most prestigious honor given by the HeSCA.

Lenosky was also recognized by HeSCA in 2006 with a Distinguished Service Award.

The Golden Raster Award represents the culmination of distinguished service and achievement. The award recognizes individuals who have provided stability and inspiration to the HeSCA organization through imaginative leadership and unswerving service. In addition, the award is intended to recognize contributions individuals have made as leaders and innovators in the field of health science education and instructional technology.

HeSCA is an association of communications professionals committed to sharing knowledge and resources in the health and science arenas. The association’s mission is to advance an international community of professionals dedicated to promoting excellence in health and science communications through leadership, education, and the application of technology.

Creighton University is a Jesuit, Catholic university bridging health, law, business and the arts and sciences for a more just world.