U of M Alumni Service Award
Lucinda joins a small group of College of Pharmacy recipients of this important University of Minnesota award, which was formally presented during Homecoming week. A former Kellogg Scholar in the College’s Social and Administrative Pharmacy Programs, Lucinda has voluntarily contributed to the College and the University in many ways. In doing this, she has balanced her career and volunteerism with tenacity and vision. She served on the University of Minnesota National Alumni Association Board, was honored by the College of Pharmacy Alumni Society with a Distinguished Pharmacist Award in 2004 and UMAA recognized her with an Outstanding Achievement Award in 1998. Lucinda served as Director, Minnesota Pharmacy Association Task Force on Women in Pharmacy and has researched Health Policy for the MN House of Representatives. Her dedication to the U of M remains steadfast, as evidenced by her ongoing engagement with the College of Pharmacy. Lucinda is currently EVP and CEO for the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, a role she has held since 2002. Under her distinguished leadership, the organization has raised the bar of the pharmacist degree to new heights.
About the Award
This award recognizes service as a volunteer to the University, its schools, colleges, departments, or faculty, or to the University of Minnesota Alumni Association or any of its constituent groups.
Nominations are submitted to the Alumni Association CEO for endorsement before they move on to the All-University Honors Committee, the University President, and the Board of Regents.
The nominee must be graduate or a former student of the University; cannot be a current member of faculty or staff, or a sitting Regent, but retirees are eligible. An individual who has received an honorary degree, outstanding achievement award, University of Minnesota award of distinction, or alumni service award may be considered for another award. Read more
University Alumni Service Award
This award recognizes service as a volunteer who has had a major impact on the University, its schools, colleges, departments, or faculty, or to the University of Minnesota Alumni Association or any of its constituent groups. Read More
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