The best use of your professional development dollars all year is headed your way January 29-30, 2015 (with special pre-conference programming on January 28). Registration is now open; be sure to mark your calendars, as our conference has sold out for the past three years, and you do not want to miss out on this unrivaled opportunity. Visit the conference website for more information.
Chief Executive Leadership Award
Steven H. Kaplan, University of New Haven
Distinguished Friend of Education Award
Bernard M. and Sophia Gordon, Salem State University
Eleanor Collier Award
Christine Mota, Concordia University
Carol and Stephen Hebert Award
Paul Sheff, Catholic Memorial School
Quarter Century Circle
Eleanor (Nory) Babbitt, Yale University
Michele Nota, University of Rhode Island
Rising Star Award
Jennifer Crane, Bowdoin College
Nibal Awad, St. John's Preparatory School
Please join us in celebrating this year's winners at the CASE DI Awards Celebration on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Westin Copley Place in Boston. You can register for this event when you register for the conference. If you do not plan on attending the conference, but would like to attend the awards celebration, click here.
CASE has announced the selection of Sue Cunningham as its new president. Cunningham, currently vice-principal for advancement at the University of Melbourne, was the unanimous choice of CASE's presidential search committee and board of trustees. Learn More...
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