Southwestern Regional Forum 2012
Call for Nominations: Southwestern Regional Awards
The Southwestern Regional Office is currently seeking nominations for our annual awards. Help us recognize outstanding educators in our region by submitting your nomination today. Award recipients will be honored at the 2013 Southwestern Regional Forum, to be held Feb. 27–28, 2013, in Dallas, Texas.
We encourage you to consider nominating a colleague for one of the following honors:
- Martha H. Salmon Leadership Award: Recognizes an individual whose service and leadership at the regional and national levels have advanced access, equity and opportunity for all students.
- Excellence in Service Award: Recognizes professionals from member institutions for exemplary contributions to and achievements in the Southwestern Region. Award recipients must be from a member institution; demonstrate significant positive impacts on their profession and colleagues; exhibit leadership and service; mentor, inspire and/or motivate others; participate and contribute to the Southwestern Regional and College Board forums, workshops, conferences and activities; and demonstrate a positive contribution to the mission and focus of an appropriate assembly and/or higher educationThe four categories for the Excellence in Service award are:
- Higher Education
- Academic Assembly
- College Scholarship Service Assembly
- Guidance and Admission Assembly
- AP® Award: Recognizes individuals who have been significantly involved with the AP Program. Up to four awards may be given in one year.
- AP Award for Administrators Recognizes an individual who has had a significant positive impact on the AP Program in their school or district.
Learn more and download a nomination form (.pdf/709KB). Requires Adobe Reader (latest version recommended).
Nomination forms must be received by Nov. 6, 2012.
Make plans to attend the 2013 Southwestern Regional Forum.
Feb. 27-28, 2013
The College Board Regional Forum, "Collaborate 2013: A Blueprint for Student Success," provides actionable insights and fresh perspectives on preparing students for higher rates of college admission and success.
This forum gives K-16 practitioners and leaders a focused, interactive environment dedicated to:
- Identifying new opportunities
- Developing effective responses to challenges
- Providing a platform to incubate new and creative strategies and solutions
- Expert-led sessions provide essential, real-time information that will bring about real-world results
Attendees will take away fresh insight, practical approaches and a reenergized commitment to foster a culture of high expectations, plan for positive results and drive student success. Regional forums give K-12 and higher education professionals an opportunity to share ideas, find common ground and collaborate across the continuum of college preparation through successful graduation.Learn more at the Southwestern Regional Forum.