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Interdisciplinary Advancement Projects

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Entry Questions

Entry Instructions

Judging Criteria

Non-English Entries


Entry Questions
  • Title of entry
  • Provide a concise description of this entry
  • Please provide the names of staff who worked on this entry
  • List the advancement disciplines (fundraising, alumni relations, communications, marketing, etc.) involved in the project and how they contributed to the outcome
  • List your target audience(s) and how you addressed their needs
  • Total budget for entry, excluding salaries but including the cost of vendors/consultants.
  • If outside vendors/consultants were used, please explain what role they played
  • Describe your results and how you met your goals and objectives; if this is a recently launched program, describe your plans to evaluate it
  • Please provide the name of the head of your institution
  • So that we may recognize our winners through social media, please provide your institution's preferred @handle and/or #hashtag. (For example: @CASEAdvance #CASECOE)
  • Share any additional information to clarify the purpose and/or outcome of this work

Entry Instructions

Each program constitutes a single entry. You may enter as many programs as you wish. Programs may be ongoing or new this year but must have been in place long enough to show quantifiable results. Winning programs may not be resubmitted for an award within three years of its first submission.

  1. Submit your entry with attachments through our online entry process.
  2. Your entry form and supporting documents must be submitted online no later than March 9, 2018. This category will be reviewed electronically and need not be mailed to the judging location. However, please print out your entry application for your records.

Judging Criteria

Grand Gold, Gold, Silver and Bronze awards may be given to the best Interdisciplinary Advancement Projects.

The judges will look for entries that specifically:

  • Serve as models for other institutions and are replicable
  • Demonstrate good planning and objectives and show solid results
  • Demonstrate creativity and innovation in thought and execution
  • Show an understanding of the target audience(s)
  • Reflect strategic management of available resources
  • Support the mission of the institution.

Non-English Entries

CASE welcomes entries in other languages besides English in this category. While entry questions must be completed in English to facilitate judging, entry materials written in languages other than English are eligible for recognition as long as such materials are accompanied by brief explanations written in English.

You will be able to attach materials and include explanations in English during the online entry process.


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