The University of Connecticut's Medal of Honor awarded to Richard and Jane Lublin
April 12, 2015
The University of Connecticut's Medal of Honor was awarded to Richard and Jane Lublin, philanthropists from Avon, CT. They were presented with this prestigious award on April 12, 2014 at UCONN's Fifth Annual White Coat Gala. The Lublins have been title sponsors for this event, since its inception.
The Carole and Ray Neag Medal of Honor was awarded to three honorees for their contributions to medicine. This year's honorees are:
Richard and Jane Lublin, Philanthropists
Irene Engel, B.S., R.N., C.A.N., President of the UCONN Health Center Auxiliary
Cigna, Corporate Philanthropist
Recipients of this prestigious award are selected based on their legacies in cancer research, education, public service or philanthropy. The Neag Medal of Honor is a tribute to these individuals and their remarkable contributions. The UCONN White Coat Gala benefits the UCONN Health Center, proceeds will benefit the Bioscience CT projects.
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