President Qayoumi and NCCI panel select Kuali and MIT for excellence award
- May 3, 2010 5:00am
President Mo Qayoumi served on the National Consortium for Continuous Improvement in Higher Education (NCCI) panel that awarded the 2010 Leveraging Excellence Award to the Kuali Foundation and Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Venture Mentoring Service.
“While many award programs focus on innovation and improvement, the NCCI award recognizes active leveraging for greater impact of projects that are on the frontier of expanding excellence in higher education,” said University of Kentucky President Lee T. Todd, Jr., chair of the judging panel.
In addition to Qayoumi and Todd, the panel of judges included Ronald A. Crutcher, president, Wheaton College (Massachusetts); Susan Jurow, senior vice president, professional development and communications, National Association of College and University Business Officers; and Reginald Robinson, president & CEO, Kansas Board of Regents.
Read the full press release, “Kuali and MIT Win NCCI’s 2010 Leveraging Excellence Award.”KL
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