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CASE Recognition for the Inauguration


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    CASE-InaugurationCORAL GABLES, Fla. (June 22, 2017) —The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has recognized the University of Miami with Circle of Excellence awards for its celebration of President Julio Frenk’s inauguration and outreach to alumni during the weeklong extravaganza.

    With an entry submitted by the Division of University Advancement, the University received a gold award in the multi-day events category for the breadth and scope of the programs that accompanied Frenk’s January 29, 2016, inauguration as UM’s sixth president.

    Beginning with a Celebration of Women’s Athletics Luncheon on January 24 and ending with a discussion on Our Global Future: Teaching, Research, and Discovery in Our New Century on January 30, the events collectively honored UM’s traditions, embraced the broader community and highlighted Frenk’s bold, new strategic vision for the institution’s next century.

    In the category of Alumni Outreach, the Office of Alumni Relations’ entry earned a silver award for the University’s unique and creative engagement of alumni during inauguration week.

    Following the theme “Charting the Course to Our New Century,” Alumni Relations sent inauguration kits, designed as vintage suitcases, to 16 alumni clubs across the nation, which gathered for ’Canes Communities Tip-Off Parties prior to the nationally televised UM men’s basketball game against Duke.

    More than 350 alumni-owned businesses in South Florida also received the kits and “Proud Supporter of the U” window clings, showcasing ’Canes pride and the impact ’Canes have on the economy.

    Among the many other initiatives and events recognized by both awards was the introduction of ’Cane Talks, the lively 10-minute presentations from UM visionaries that have become a new UM tradition—and a means to showcase the depth of UM talent. All ’Cane Talks are live-streamed and archived online, and several have been featured at We Are One U alumni gatherings across the nation.

    This year’s CASE awards, which were judged by peer professionals both inside and outside education, were the most competitive yet, drawing 3,300 entries and reflecting what CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham called “talent and ingenuity.”

    “These awards acknowledge superior accomplishments that have lasting impacts, demonstrate a high level of professionalism and deliver exceptional results,” she said.

    The leading resource for professional development, information and standards in the fields of education fundraising, communications, marketing, and alumni relations, CASE serves nearly 3,700 universities, colleges, schools and related organizations in more than 82 countries.

     

     

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