HKU President Takes up Leading Role at CASE Asia-Pacific
President Peter Mathieson (fifth from right) and board members of CASE Asia-Pacific.
President Peter Mathieson has been appointed as the Chair of the newly-inaugurated Board of Directors for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Asia-Pacific.
The new board will serve as the governing body for CASE Asia-Pacific and will provide strategic direction. The inaugural board meeting was held at the CASE Asia-Pacific Advancement Conference in Singapore in April. The Conference is the annual signature event of the organisation and was attended by over 300 professionals from educational institutions.
In recognition of his efforts in promoting and supporting education and institutional advancement in the Region, former HKU Vice-Chancellor Professor Lap-Chee Tsui was honoured with the prestigious CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award at the Conference. Ms Sue Cunningham, President of CASE, remarked: “Professor Lap-Chee Tsui’s remarkable leadership and exceptional commitment led to a sea-change in philanthropic giving at HKU, inspiring alumni and friends to give in ways never seen before at the University.”
CASE, with a membership of 3,600, is one of the largest non-profit educational associations in the world. It is headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in London, Singapore and Mexico City. CASE provides programmes and resources in the areas of alumni relations, communications, fundraising, marketing, and related fields for the professional staff of not-for-profit educational institutions.
Former HKU Vice-Chancellor Professor Lap-Chee Tsui (right) receives the CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award from President of CASE Ms Sue Cunningham (left).