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  • Knapp named president of Hope College | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    and their world Hope College is exceptional in melding the highest standards of academic rigor with a solid foundation in the Christian faith Knapp said By doing so in a uniquely inviting and ecumenical culture Hope delivers an undergraduate experience that is second to none in Christian higher education He said that he is particularly looking forward to working closely with the college s faculty and staff and the extended Hope constituency to continue to create an even stronger Hope in the years ahead Hope College is unusually well positioned to flourish in the next decade and that is due to the outstanding work of Jim Bultman the Board and the college faculty and staff Knapp said Under President Bultman s leadership Hope has developed across the board strength from academic programs to first rate facilities financial stability and enrollment success all at a time when many independent colleges are struggling We have the opportunity to leverage that strength to lift the college to new heights as we begin the next chapter he said We also have the potential to claim the even greater national reputation that the college has already earned Knapp has directed Samford s Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership since 2008 serving concurrently as the University Professor and Mann Family Professor of Ethics and Leadership Before joining Samford Dr Knapp was professor and director of the Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at Georgia State University s J Mack Robinson College of Business which enrolls approximately 9 000 students The center was established under his leadership in 1993 as The Southern Institute for Business and Professional Ethics and grew to become a leading educational resource for leaders seeking to strengthen ethics and integrity in organizations The programs he led during this period were attended by more than 20 000 executives and managers from hundreds of corporations governmental agencies non profits and professional firms Internationally known as a speaker and seminar leader for professional organizations he contributes to public understanding of ethics through frequent interviews with such media as The New York Times BusinessWeek Sports Illustrated Entrepreneur National Public Radio Financial Week and Bloomberg News Service In 2003 he was appointed by the Governor of Georgia to develop principles of ethical governance and lead training sessions for gubernatorial appointees including the boards and senior officers of more than 50 state agencies His books include For the Common Good The Ethics of Leadership in the 21st Century Praeger 2007 Leaders on Ethics Real World Perspectives on Today s Business Challenges Praeger 2007 and The Business of Higher Education ABC CLIO 2009 three volumes examining how universities cope with pressures to strengthen accountability and efficiency His newest book is How the Church Fails Businesspeople and What Can Be Done about It Eerdmans 2011 a practical study of the relationship of faith and work Knapp s scholarly work was recognized in 2009 when he was named a fellow of the Caux Round Table in 2007 with his induction

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  • Parker named president of South Central College | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Annette Parker The Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities MnSCU system today appointed Annette Parker president of South Central College Her appointment is effective July 1 Parker has served at the Kentucky Community and Technical College KCTC System since 2007 as system executive director National Center of Excellence in Advanced Automotive Manufacturing and system director Workforce Education Prior to KCTC she served from 2002 2007 as department chair Manufacturing Engineering Technologies at Lansing Community College MI Previously Parker served on the faculty of Lansing Community College teaching college students corporate employees and dual enrolled K 12 students Parker holds an associate degree in industrial drafting from Lansing Community College a bachelor s degree in technical education and a master s degree in career and technical education from Ferris State University MI and a doctorate in educational leadership from Western Kentucky University Dr Parker is a proven leader and recognized expert in technical and liberal arts education strategies in support of global industries said Steven Rosenstone MnSCU chancellor Coupled with her deep experience in engaging students and faculty and creating partnerships with business and government officials she is an outstanding choice to lead South Central College and serve our Faribault and Mankato communities Under Dr Parker s leadership we can expect South Central College to continue its success in providing high quality academic programs to students and helping to advance the global competiveness of our business and industry partners and the region said Clarence Hightower chair of the MnSCU Board of Trustees Said Parker It is both humbling and a tremendous honor to have been selected to serve with the faculty and staff at this outstanding institution and the communities it serves I look forward to our work together in enhancing access promoting student success fueling innovation

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  • Atewologun named president of Riverland Community College | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    appointment is effective July 1 Atewologun has served as vice president academic affairs and dean of faculty at Prairie State College IL since 2009 Prior to Prairie State he served from 2008 2009 as an American Council on Education Fellow at Bellevue College WA Previously Atewologun served from 1997 2008 at College of DuPage IL including dean of the Natural and Applied Sciences Division interim dean of the Health Social and Behavioral Sciences Division and associate dean and assistant to the interim dean of the Natural Sciences Division He has served on the faculty at College of DuPage Parkland College and the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Atewologun holds a bachelor s degree in agricultural engineering from the University of Ife Ile Ife Nigeria and a master s and a doctorate in agricultural engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Dr Atewologun is an engaging leader who brings a passion for excellence and deep experience to Riverland Community College said Steven Rosenstone MnSCU chancellor His strategic thinking and focus on innovation and creativity will be a tremendous asset to the college and to our community partners in Albert Lea Austin Owatonna and the region Clarence Hightower chair of the MnSCU Board of Trustees said Riverland and its graduates play a vital role in the growth and development of the communities served by the college Under Dr Atewologun s leadership Riverland will continue to improve the lives of our students and help advance the competitiveness of our business and industry partners Atewologun said I look forward to working with the faculty and staff in serving students and advancing the mission of this great institution Working together I am confident that we will strengthen our academic programs and outreach initiatives and further improve our contributions to southern Minnesota and

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  • Saint Mary-of-the-Woods wins advertising award | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Student Scholarship Program Newcomer s Fellowship Awards Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home Featured News Saint Mary of the Woods wins advertising award Saint Mary of the Woods wins advertising award Posted March 20 2013 by Mark Engebretson Saint Mary of the Woods College received a silver award from the Higher Education Marketing Report 28th Annual Educational Advertising Awards The full page ad publicly announced the launch of the College s campaign to build a sports and recreation center titled the Pomeroy Pride Campaign The Pomeroy Pride ad captures a moment of SMWC student athletes grasping hands in a show of solidarity unity and team spirit The ad was published in the Tribune Star in October 2012 The distinguished award symbolizes the excellence and creativity of the SMWC Office of College Relations and its ability to engage audiences We were honored to learn we earned the silver award said Kristy Fry director of publications at SMWC The ad s message focused on the meaning of Pomeroy Pride which is a passion to aim for higher standards on every path in life It also encouraged our community to join our campaign to build a sports and recreation center and to support the epitome of Pomeroy Pride The competition sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report is the largest education advertising awards competition in the country This year nearly 3 000 entries were received from more than one thousand colleges universities and secondary schools from all fifty states and several foreign countries The judges a panel of

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  • District honors top work | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Rules and Regulations Become a Sponsor News Get Involved Career Mentee Program Career Mentor Program Help Improve the Conference Awards Scholarships Chief Executive Leadership Award Application for Chief Executive Leadership Award Scholarships to Advance Diversity Testimonial Distinguished Service Award The Pride of CASE V Awards Program 2015 Pride of CASE Award Winners Access Entries to Review Judges 2014 Winning Entries Student Scholarship Program Newcomer s Fellowship Awards Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home Announcements District honors top work District honors top work Posted March 14 2013 by CASE V Exceptional advancement work was honored during December s conference The Pride of CASE V Awards Program honors institutions and individuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement in the concept and execution of advancement programs and communications See the winners News Categories Featured News Announcements People Recent Posts 2015 Annual Conference Slideshow Not just good work your best work Circle of Excellence Award Winners Melt all the snow on

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  • Westervelt named director of University communications at Ohio Wesleyan | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    named director of University communications at Ohio Wesleyan Westervelt named director of University communications at Ohio Wesleyan Posted March 13 2013 by Mark Engebretson Wayne A Westervelt Ohio Wesleyan University announced today the appointment of Wayne A Westervelt as director of university communications Westervelt currently serves as director of communications at Cazenovia College in Cazenovia N Y a role he has held since 2004 At Ohio Wesleyan Westervelt will report to Rebecca Eckstein vice president for university enrollment and strategic communication Wayne is a seasoned communicator with 20 years of marketing and public relations experience Eckstein said Ohio Wesleyan has an exciting story to tell with a new curricular initiative that helps students connect classroom theory with real world practice as we prepare them for global citizenship and leadership I am confident Wayne can help us share the OWU experience in ways that are increasingly impactful and effective At Cazenovia Westervelt oversees institutional marketing and public relations for the central New York based independent liberal arts college which has approximately 1 000 students His work includes raising the profile of the institution on a local regional and national scale initiating an integrated marketing plan branding strategy and effecting a sound media relations plan that includes pitching faculty experts for publication in national and international media outlets He also oversees the college s website institutional publications critical incident communications and enrollment management strategic planning In the community he serves on the boards of directors for both Madison County Tourism and the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce Prior to joining Cazenovia Westervelt worked for the Central New York Regional Planning Development Board where he managed public information and public affairs activities for the Syracuse based regional planning council He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Communications from Le Moyne College

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  • People | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    more Carlton Stack new vice chancellor at SIUE Foundation Posted February 6 2014 by Mark Engebretson filed under People Rachel Carlton Stack is the new vice chancellor for University Advancement and CEO of the SIUE Foundation at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Stack came to SIUE after serving as assistant dean of advancement within the University of Illinois Chicago s College of Business Administration With over 18 years of progressive experience mostly in higher education Stack Read more Kobler named vice chancellor at IPFW Posted by Mark Engebretson filed under People Wendy Kobler has been appointed vice chancellor for advancement at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne IPFW In this role Kobler will serve as the chief fundraising officer while overseeing primary development marketing and alumni relations for the campus Kobler has served Alabama A M University in Huntsville for nearly four years as the vice president of Read more Sauer Sluis named VP s at North Central College Posted January 30 2014 by Mark Engebretson filed under People North Central College has named Marty Sauer as vice president for enrollment management and athletics and Kimberly Sluis as vice president for student affairs and dean of students Sauer is the College s dean of admission and financial aid and Sluis is dean of students The promotions were effective Feb 1 the day Laurie Hamen North Read more Gries named director of university community relations at University of Southern Indiana Posted December 20 2013 by Mark Engebretson filed under People Sally Gries 02 has accepted a position in the University of Southern Indiana s University Relations as director of university and community relations The position reports to the vice president for Government and University Relations and works closely with the vice president to coordinate and implement strategies that broaden USI s civic

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  • People | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    experience in higher education including Manchester Read more vandenBerg named associate VP for Development at Albion Posted October 28 2013 by Mark Engebretson filed under People Albion College has announced the appointment of Matthew vandenBerg as associate vice president for development VandenBerg who is currently assistant dean for development and alumni relations at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing will join the College s Office of Institutional Advancement on Jan 13 2014 Matt vandenBerg will be a fantastic addition to Read more Clements Griffin join Wright State University as major gifts directors Posted September 24 2013 by Mark Engebretson filed under People The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine has appointed Angela Clements CPA and Michael Griffin M B A as directors of major gifts They will be responsible for growing managing and sustaining a major gift portfolio for the medical school With extensive experience in fundraising and development Clements comes to the university from the Dayton Foundation Read more Linenburg joins VU Alumni Association as associate alumni director Posted August 15 2013 by Mark Engebretson filed under People Savannah C Linenburg has joined the Vincennes University Alumni Association as associate alumni director She will oversee the development and coordination of alumni and foundation special events and assist the alumni director with social and mass communication efforts Linenburg previously served as a student coordinator for Twenty First Century Scholars In this role she planned college Read more Stambush joins News and Information Services Posted August 10 2013 by Mark Engebretson filed under People Connie Stambush has joined the University of Southern Indiana as senior writer in News and Information Services With more than 22 year of experience in writing for print magazine web and marketing Stambush has worked in diverse environments such as India Prague and New

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