Kelly Colvin-Smith—Senior Alumni Relations Officer
Said Business School, University of Oxford—Oxford
United Kingdom
Award Programs
Distinguished Service Awards

The 2014 Distinguished Service Awards nomination period closed Friday Feb. 14.

CASE offers a way to thank and recognize individuals who have provided extraordinary service to education through its Distinguished Service Awards.

Why nominate? CASE Distinguished Service Awards:

  • Represent an opportunity to steward high-impact volunteers on an international level,
  • Recognize institutions for their affiliation with individuals who demonstrate the highest level of professionalism and commitment,
  • Are judged by peers and colleagues,
  • Celebrate individuals who epitomize the profession's highest standards and
  • Focus attention on the exemplary, and by doing so, elevate the profession overall and establish a high standard of excellence.

2014 Distinguished Service Award Winners

The E. Burr Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award honors individuals whose professional accomplishments have made a significant and lasting impact on the field of institutional advancement.

2014 Recipient of the E. Burr Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award
Susan K. Feagin, special advisor to the president, Columbia University

 

 

 

 

 


 The James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service recognizes individuals, organizations, foundations, corporations or publications for extraordinary service to education of national or international significance, beyond service to a single institution or state.

2014 Recipient of the James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, nominated by the Appalachian College Association

 

 

 

 

 


The Frank L. Ashmore Award for Service to CASE and the Advancement Profession recognizes outstanding volunteer service by current or former staff at a CASE member institution or an Educational Partner.

2014 Recipient of the Frank L. Ashmore Award for Service to CASE and the Advancement Profession
Karen E. Osborne, president, The Osborne Group

 

 

 

 


 The Ernest T. Stewart Award for Alumni Volunteer Involvement honors an alumnus or alumna who has provided exceptional volunteer service in support of education to one or more institutions.

2014 Recipient of the Ernest T. Stewart Award for Alumni Volunteer Involvement
Pershing E. MacAllister, nominated by Carroll University

 

 

 

 

 


 The Distinguished Friend of Education Award honors an individual whose volunteer service has helped to advance education at an educational institution-even though he or she is not a graduate of that institution.

2014 Recipient of the Distinguished Friend of Education Award
Eric Newell, nominated by the University of Alberta

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