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2015 Awards Luncheon

September 25th, 2015 by


UCEA is dedicated to the promotion and encouragement of educational leaders whose efforts create excellence within the educational leadership community. Each year UCEA recognizes those individuals who have made significant contributions toward the advancement, preparation, and practice of educational leaders.

One of the ways in which UCEA is proud to show it support of its award winners is through the annual Awards Luncheon. This year, we have a great venue in the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego! The luncheon will take place on November 21st in room Seaport DE from 12:00-1:50 p.m. To attend the luncheon, please add a ticket to your convention registration agenda or contact Stephanie McGuire at ucea@virginia.edu or call 434-243-1041.

Please join us as we celebrate the outstanding accomplishment of our educational leaders!  

  • Roald F. Campbell Lifetime Achievement Award
    • Gary M. Crow—Indiana University
  • Jack A Culbertson Award
    • Anjalé D. Welton—University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • UCEA Master Professor Award
    • Gail C. Furman—Washington State University-Spokane
  • Jay D. Scribner Mentoring Award
    • Betty Malen—University of Maryland
  • Paula Silver Case Award
    • Matthew M. Kaiser—Metropolitan School District of Washington Township
    • Keshia M. Seitz—Metropolitan School District of Mount Vernon
    • Elizabeth A. Walters—Metropolitan School district of Perry Township
  • JRLE Best Article Award
    • Chad R. Lochmiller—Indiana University
  • Distinguished Service Award
    • Michele Acker-Hocevar—Washington State University-Spokane
    • Gail C. Furman—Washington State University-Spokane
    • Patricia First–Clemson University
    • Liz Hollingworth—University of Iowa
  • Edwin M. Bridges Award
    • Margaret Terry Orr—Bank Street College of Education
    • Allan Walker—Hong Kong Institute of Education
  • Exemplary Educational Leadership Preparation Program Award
    • No award given



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