The Leadership Award recognizes CASE member institutional heads, presidents, chancellors, system heads or other campus chief executive officers for outstanding efforts in promoting and supporting education and institutional advancement.
Nominees for this award must demonstrate the ability to:
The nominations for the 2016 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Awards is open from 1 August 2016 to 31 October 2016.
In order to be considered, all nominations must be submitted through the online entry system. Do not send supporting materials such as pictures or news and magazine clippings with your nomination. Each nomination must include the following:
CASE Asia-Pacific's nominations are reviewed by an awards committee, which is made up of members of the Asia-Pacific Advisory Council.
After the 31 October 2016 deadline, the awards committee reviews all nominations and votes to select a recipient.
CASE Asia-Pacific notifies the nominator who submitted the winning candidate. A letter from CASE's president is sent to the recipient. Letters are also sent to the nominators of unsuccessful candidates.
The award will be presented at the annual CASE Asia-Pacific Advancement Conference.
2015 Tan Chorh Chuan, President, National University of Singapore
2014 Lap-Chee Tsui, vice-chancellor and president, University of Hong Kong
2013 Glyn Davis, vice-chancellor and principal, University of Melbourne
2012 Julian Whiteley, head of college, United World College of South East Asia
2011 Paul Johnson, vice-chancellor, La Trobe University
2010 Theodore S. Faunce, headmaster, Chinese International School
2009 Paul Thomas, vice-chancellor, University of the Sunshine Coast
2008 Paul Sheahan, Headmaster, Melbourne Grammar School
2007 Shih Choon Fong, President, National University of Singapore
2015 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award Recipient Tan Chorh Chuan
2014 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award Recipient Lap-Chee Tsui
2013 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award Recipient Glyn Davis