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Award Programs
CASE Europe Awards Programme

CASE Europe 2015 Awards Programme

On 9 June the Council for Advancement and Support of Education announced the 2015 award winners of the CASE Europe Awards Programme. The programme recognises the contribution of individuals to the advancement of European-based schools, colleges and universities.  The awards will be presented at the CASE Europe Annual Conference in Manchester in August 2015.

The CASE Europe Awards subcommittee is formed by a cross-section of advancement professionals from across Europe—see below for panel members. These experienced experts review nominations and recommend a recipient for the following CASE Europe annual awards:

Nominations for for the Iain More Award attract a nominal submission fee to CASE Europe—£35 for CASE members or £45 for non-CASE members.
You will be given the opportunity to pay online at the end of the nomination process. Payment must be received by the deadline for award submission 27 February 2015

Need convincing about the merits of nominating or being nominated? Here are five reasons to get involved.

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Awards Selection Process

After the awards sub-committee has made its recommendation, the CASE Europe Board of Trustees will then approve the winner of each award.

For further awards queries, please email europe@case.org or call +44 (0)20 7448 9940.

The 2015 panellists are chaired by Karen Napier, CASE Europe Trustee.

Panellists on the 2015 Awards Subcommittee: 

Karen Napier

Karen Napier, CASE Europe Trustee
Karen Napier is a CASE Europe trustee and the former associate dean of advancement at the London Business School. Following a restructuring of the Advancement Group, the School entered the silent phase of a £100 million comprehensive campaign. This campaign supported and expanded the School's world-class research, academic programmes and facilities, with a goal of securing London Business School's long-term future in an increasingly competitive global market.

Claire Brown

Claire Brown, director of marketing, The University of Liverpool
Claire has overall responsibility at the University of Liverpool for Market Insight and Strategy, Strategic Communications, UK and International Student Recruitment, Admissions and Philanthropy and Alumni Relations. Prior to joining the Higher Education sector Claire worked in FMCG marketing for both a household brand and a supermarket chain. Claire is currently the chair of the Universities Marketing Forum and is a member of the CASE Europe Board.

Beatrice Caston

Beatrice Caston, admissions, communication and development director, International School of Düsseldorf, Germany
Beatrice has lived and worked in different countries and, besides her current responsibilities at ISD, she is very actively involved in several international and local organisations, including the Alliance for International Education, the European Council of International Schools, Open Cities, and others. One of her life's endeavours is the furthering of international cooperation and problem solving through education, better international understanding and cross-cultural communication.

Delia de Vreeze

Delia de Vreeze, director, Wageningen University Fund, Wageningen University
Delia has been Director of the Wageningen University Fund and alumni relations department and funds, since November 2011. She is responsible for the development and professionalization of the fundraising strategy of the organization and development and implementation of national and international alumni policy. De Vreeze has previously worked for six years as an international marketing manager at several higher education institutions in the Netherlands. She has experience in the higher education sector in business development, marketing, communications, student recruitment, alumni relations and corporate events.

Isabel Penne

Isabel Penne, director, Leuven University Fund, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Isabel studied at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, before becoming its Alumni Co-ordinator in 1984 for the Alumni Lovanienses, incorporating 30 study-related alumni groups. After organising the University's 575th jubilee celebrations in 2000-01, Penne joined the Leuven University Fund. She has been director of the fund since 2006 and leads a team of eleven. The Leuven University Fund raised 20,000,000 EUR in 2012 for a great variety of projects at the university and its hospital.
Penne has been a member of CASE since 1991. She was a board member of CASE Europe and was a member of the Commission on Alumni Relations at CASE Washington. She has participated in many planning committees for CASE Europe Annual Conference and seminars. She was involved in setting up CASE Lowlands (Holland and Flanders). Penne has lectured at seminars in Holland, Sweden, Germany, France and the UK.

Peter Reader

Peter Reader, director of marketing and communications, University of Portsmouth
Peter is one of the UK's leading higher education communicators and marketers who, having worked in five other UK universities, joined the University of Portsmouth as director of marketing and communications in 2008. A long standing member of CASE and contributor to CASE events, Peter holds the unique distinction of having lead professional associations in the UK, Europe and Commonwealth.

Gemma Wicks

Gemma Wicks, director of development, Bancroft's School
Gemma is the first director of development at Bancroft's School. The Bancroft's Foundation was established in 2011 and has since raised more than £2M to support means-tested scholarships at the School. Prior to joining Bancroft's (her alma mater), Gemma worked in higher-education fundraising and alumni relations for more than eight years; developing and delivering strategic fundraising, stewardship, and communications programmes and initiatives at various organisations including London Business School, LSE and the University of Birmingham.


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