IME Alumnus to receive Distinguished Alumni Award in 2024

January 8, 2024

Editor’s note: A version of this story originally appeared on Penn State News 

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Gregory T. Lucier, a Penn State College of Engineering alumnus, is one of eight Penn State alumni selected by the University's Board of Trustees to receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, the institution's highest honor presented to its alumni. 

Lucier is the chief executive officer of Corza Health and managing director of RiverRoad Capital Partners. He earned a bachelor of science in industrial engineering in 1986 and graduated with honors from the University Scholars Program, predecessor to the Schreyer Honors College. 

Established by the Board of Trustees in 1951, the Distinguished Alumni Award is the highest honor that the University bestows upon an outstanding alumna or alumnus. 

The award salutes the achievements of outstanding alumni whose “personal lives, professional achievements, and community service exemplify the objectives of their alma mater.” 

The award is commemorated by the presentation of both an inscribed certificate and an engraved bronze medallion displayed in a box handcrafted from the wood of the historic Penn State American elm trees that once flourished on the University Park campus. 

All recipients have been officially notified of their selection by the board and were invited to accept the award from the University later this year. For information on the other seven recipients, read more here.


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