The 2013 Distinguished Service Awards are now closed.
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:
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.
2012 Recipient of the E. Burr Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award
Rita Bornstein, President Emerita of Rollins College
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.
2012 Recipient of the James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service
David Rubenstein, philanthropist and co-founder, The Carlyle Group
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.
2012 Recipient of the Frank L. Ashmore Award for Service to CASE and the Advancement Profession
Larry D. Lauer, vice chancellor for government affairs, Texas Christian University
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.
2012 Recipient of the Ernest T. Stewart Award for Alumni Volunteer Involvement
Timothy Ubben, nominated by DePauw University
The Distinguished Friend of Education Award honors non-alumni for their volunteer service to advance education at a CASE member institution.
2012 Recipient of the Distinguished Friend of Education Award
Jack and Mary Lois Wheatley, nominated by Brigham Young University