Maureen Maguire Lewis (MML2@duke.edu)

Maureen Maguire Lewis has served on the Management Communication faculty since 1992. In that capacity, she has taught both core communication courses and elective professional writing courses. For three consecutive years, Maureen also taught the Southeast Asia and East Asia GATE courses.

Since 1999, Maureen has co-directed (along with French Professor Elisabeth Fisher) the Global K12 Outreach Program, designed to create original educational materials for public school teachers. The GK12 Program is now funded primarily by the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute of Duke University.

Maureen's service activities to Duke University include working on the Duke Curriculum Project, an outreach program for North Carolina Public Schools. Additionally, Maureen serves as an Associate Faculty member of the Asian/Pacific Studies Institute. Several times each year, Maureen gives free public workshops and seminars to public school teachers on history, culture, and business in Asian countries.

Maureen is a member of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, and the Association for Asian Studies. She also serves on the editorial board of the online journal, Education Review of Business Communication.

Maureen has received many grants for researching and writing original graduate level cross-cultural simulations, business cases, as well as curriculum material for undergraduate and high school level students. These grants were provided by the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF), the Freeman Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Education Title VI. CIBER grants have come from such institutions as Duke University, San Diego State University, The Ohio State University, Indiana University, and Temple University. Her independent company, Culturescrossing , can be found at www.culturescrossing.com

 

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