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Home > Alice L. Beeman Research Awards in Communications and Marketing for Educational Advancement

Alice L. Beeman Research Awards in Communications and Marketing for Educational Advancement

Research: Outstanding Writing in Philanthropy, Communications, and Alumni Relations

The goal of the Alice L. Beeman Research Awards is to encourage research in communication and marketing for education, including such areas as marketing, public relations, government relations, issues management, and institutional image enhancement. Theses, dissertations, and published scholarship must be helpful to educational advancement practitioners in devising strategies and tactics for accomplishing their work in communications and marketing.

The cosponsoring organizations present awards in two program areas:

  • Outstanding Master's Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

  • Outstanding Published Scholarship

Each program carries cash awards and brings the award recipients international recognition. The deadline for the Alice L. Beeman Research Awards in Communications and Marketing for Educational Advancement is February 20, 2009.

The Alice L. Beeman Research Awards are named in honor of Alice L. Beeman, CASE's first president. These awards previously recognized excellence in writing about educational advancement.

Winners are announced each year in May and recognized at the annual CASE Summit for Advancement Leaders in July.

Past Winners include:

2007 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation
Liang-Hsuan Chen

"Choosing Canadian Graduate Schools from A-far: East-Asian Students' Perspective," University of Toronto, 2005.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
Larry Lauer

Advancing Higher Education in Uncertain Times, CASE, 2006.

2006 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation
Jane R. Best
"The Evolving Political Dynamics of Federal Higher Education Funding," Vanderbilt University, 2004.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
Richard Alfred
Managing the Big Picture in Colleges and Universities: From Tactics to Strategy, Greenwood Press, 2006.

2005 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
Nissa Dahlin-Brown

"The Impact of U.S. News & World Report Rankings on MBA Programs at Eight Public Institutions," University of Tennessee, 2003.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
David Kirp
Shakespeare, Einstein, and the Bottom Line: The Marketing of Higher Education, Harvard University Press, 2004.

2004 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
Janine Pisani McGuire
"Integrating Fund Raising with Academic Planning and Budgeting: Toward an Understanding of Strategic Fund Raising," University of Pennsylvania, 2003.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
Derek Curtis Bok
Universities in the Marketplace: The Commercialization of Higher Education, Princeton Press, Princeton, NJ, 2003.

2003 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
John C. Maguire
"Public Institutions in Higher Education Policies on the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Buckley Amendment," Illinois State University, 2001.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
Larry D. Lauer

Competing for Students, Money, and Reputation: Marketing the Academy in the 21st Century, CASE, 2002.

2002 Alice L. Beeman Research Award Winners

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
Jean-Pierre Kulemfuka Bongila
University of San Francisco
"Funding Strategies for Institutional Advancement of American Private Universities: Applications for Congolese/African Universities," University of San Francisco, 2001.

Outstanding Published Scholarship
Richard S. Ruch

Higher Ed, Inc.: The Rise of the For-Profit University, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 2001.


For more information, contact Chris Thompson at thompson@case.org, or (202) 478-5557.    

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