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Case District I proudly supports hurricane relief efforts in the Carribbean

By CASE District I
Join CASE DI's effort to support Caribbean Schools Rise! We are excited to be a part of the...

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District I CASE ASAP wins two national awards!

By CASE District I

Representatives from institutions in District 1 attended the CASE ASAP (Affiliated Student Advancement Programs) National Convention in Columbus,…

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How do you lead an effective design critique?

By Julia Frenkle

How do you lead a design critique to get the best possible design — and results — for…

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Scholarship Recipients Speak on Their Experiences – Conference on Diverse Philanthropy and Leadership

By CASE District I

Scholarship recipients Marta Samuel (left) and Anika Munroe (right) pose with CASE DI Board Member and Opportunity and Inclusion…

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Higher Education Data Sharing Annual Conference – Call for Proposals

By Andrew Tiedemann

The Higher Education Data Sharing (HEDS) Consortium is accepting proposals for its 2017 Annual Conference to be held…

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Renbrook School’s Jen Caswell wins 2017 CASE/NAIS Award

By CASE District I

Jennifer (Jen) Caswell, who is assistant to the Head of School at the Renbrook School in West Hartford,…

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Attend the Annual Conference on a Scholarship

By Andrew Tiedemann

Want to attend the CASE District I Annual Conference but your institution can’t find the registration fee in…

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The Importance of Data in Alumni Engagement

By CASE District I

This post reprinted with permission from Shearwater, based on an interview conducted by Laura Forth, Director of Partnerships Development,…

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A Common Sense Approach to Managing Up and Sideways (and Heck, Down, Too)

By Dave Nuscher

The way in which you manage up and sideways is as much of an extension of your personal…

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Seeking Nominations for the Achievement and Recognition Awards

By Andrew Tiedemann

Each year, CASE District I recognizes outstanding individual contributions to education through volunteer leadership and professional achievement.  Do…

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