Drucker MSAM student Lucia Greve receives Margaret Regan Memorial Award
Claremont Graduate University and the School of Educational Studies have announced that Lucia Greve is the recipient of the 2010 Margaret Regan Memorial Award. Greve is completing her Master of Science in Advanced Management degree (Spring ’10) from the Executive Management Program at the Drucker School of Management. She joined the program in 2008, moving to Claremont from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The award honors Margaret Regan’s work to promote harmonious international relations through her involvement at International Place from its inception until her death in 1988. It is presented annually to an exceptional international female graduate student in recognition of outstanding leadership and contributions made to International Place, Claremont Graduate University, and the Claremont Colleges.
Lucia will receive the award at the March 4th International Place Lunch & Conversation program (11:45am at McKenna hall). The speaker for that day will be Margaret Grogan, Dean, School of Educational Studies at CGU, who will speak about “Collective Leadership out of Women’s Lives and Experiences.” She will also be honored the evening of March 4th (at 5pm in the Hampton Room of Malott Commons on the Scripps College campus) during the CGU School of Educational Studies annual Student Recognition Dinner. Following the dinner and award presentation, Professor Lisa Wolf-Wendel of the University of Kansas will give the Casanova Lecture on “Exploring the link between teaching and research on college students”. The lecture will begin at 7:30pm in CGU’s Albrecht auditorium, Stauffer Hall of learning.