Margaret Neale Awarded Alumni Silver Apple
The Stanford GSB professor was presented the award for her outstanding service to the school's graduates.
Professor Margaret Neale is the 1999 recipient of the Jaedicke Silver Apple Award, presented by the Stanford GSB Alumni Association for her outstanding service to the school’s graduates.
“To earn this award, I got to go to Paris and give a talk to a room filled with people who thought what I was saying was interesting,” joked Neale in accepting the award during Alumni Weekend activities Oct. 16. Besides speaking at the School’s alumni conference in France, she has delivered talks to alumni programs in Australia, conducted sessions for the alumni association’s “Classes Without Quizzes” program that brings class lectures to alumni, and made presentations on several occasions to the association’s annual Women’s Conferences. “I’m feeling a little guilty for taking an award for doing things that make me feel really good,” said Neale, who is the John G. McCoy-Banc One Corporation Professor of Organizations and Dispute Resolution and also serves the school as an associate dean for academic affairs.
The award is named for Robert K. Jaedicke, an emeritus dean of the school, and is presented annually to recognize a faculty member who contributes to programs aimed at alumni/ae of the school.
For media inquiries, visit the Newsroom.