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Pam Russell
Director of Communications


For Immediate Release
Sept. 17, 2013

CASE ASAP Recognizes Dedicated Student Advancement Program Advisers

WASHINGTON, D.C.—CASE ASAP recognized long-serving student advancement program advisers at its annual convention last month in New Orleans.

CASE ASAP comprises student alumni associations, student foundations and similar organizations at more than 400 CASE member institutions. Its goal is to foster and enhance student involvement in all areas of advancement-from alumni relations and communications to fundraising, marketing and related areas. More than 665 students and advisers from 140 student advancement organizations attended the CASE ASAP 40th Annual Network Convention.

CASE ASAP recognized the following advisers for dedicated service to their student advancement program:

20+ Years of Service

  • Patricia Graham, University of Texas, San Antonio UTSA Ambassadors
  • Connie Hansen, University of Northern Iowa, Connecting Alumni to Students
  • Mary Holtman-Reed, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Student Alumni Associates

15 to 19 Years of Service

  • Carol Beirne, Northern Kentucky, University Student Alumni Association
  • Tim Helmke, University of Idaho, Student Alumni Relations Board and Homecoming Committee
  • Laurie Orgeron, Tulane University, Tulanians

10 to 14 Years of Service

  • Tuesday Ashner, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Student Alumni Council
  • Sheila Dossett, Ole Miss, Student Alumni Council
  • John Fackler, University of Utah, Student Alumni Board
  • Molly Glewwe, Hamline University, Student Alumni Board
  • Susan MacEachen, University of New Mexico, UNM Trailblazers
  • Paul Sapp, University of Northern Iowa Student Admissions Ambassadors
  • Geoff Seber, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Red & White Student Organization and weR: The Spirit of Rensselaer Society
  • Pam Smith, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Student Alumni Ambassadors

Next year, the CASE ASAP Network Convention will take place Aug. 9 - 11 in St. Louis, Mo. For more information on the CASE ASAP program, contact Robyn Neeley at asap@case.org.

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