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Golden Apples for Two USC Marshall Center for Management Communication Professors
Lucy Lee and Bob McCann Awarded Golden Apple Award
September 22, 2008 • by News at Marshall

Professors Lucy Lee and Bob McCann of the Center for Management Communication were awarded Marshall’s coveted Golden Apple Award for the 2007-2008 academic year. This award is bestowed by students on their favorite Marshall professors. Lee won the award for undergraduate teaching, while McCann received his for the full time (core) MBA program.

For McCann, the award was particularly meaningful as he recently left industry to come back to teaching. McCann said "I came back to give back, so receiving an award like this from the students is really special. The students are what USC is all about, and I am grateful that I could play a positive role in their experience here."

Lee agreed, saying "Teaching is the most creative and gratifying work I can imagine doing."

With 25 full time professors and 7 part time lecturers, USC Marshall's Center for Management Communication is the oldest and largest center devoted to the study of management communication in the USA.


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