The MIT School of Science has announced the 2020 winners of the Infinite Mile Award. Selected from a pool of staff members nominated by their colleagues for going above and beyond in their roles within the MIT community, these employees represent some of the most dedicated members to the Institute.
The 2020 Infinite Mile Award winners in the School of Science are:
Renée LeBlanc, the senior financial officer in the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, nominated by Professor Li-Huei Tsai, Professor J. Troy Littleton, William Lawson, Lauren Anderson, Arlene Heywood-Dortch, Katherine Olson, Abby Reynolds, and Arek Hamalian;
Aidan MacDonagh, a technical instructor in the Department of Physics, nominated by Peter Dourmashkin, Professor Deepto Chakrabarty, Professor Robert Redwine, Professor Joseph Formaggio, and Michelle Tomasik;
Rebecca Teixeira Drake, a senior administrative assistant in the Department of Chemistry, nominated by Professor Troy Van Voorhis and Jennifer Weisman; and
Emily Wensberg, an administrative assistant in the Department of Chemistry, nominated by Professor Troy Van Voorhis and Richard Wilk.
They will be joining the previously-announced 2020 Infinite Kilometer Award winners from the School of Science at a celebratory reception in their honor to be held later this spring, in addition to receiving a monetary award.