ABP Win 'Grand Gold' at CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) announced on Wednesday, June 10 that The University of Melbourne has been awarded the Grand Gold CASE Circle of Excellence Award in Special Events | Year-Long Events for 'BE-150', the celebration of 150 years of educating built environment professionals, and 100 years of the establishment of The University of Melbourne Atelier.

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“These awards demonstrate our members’ success in advancing their institutions through their remarkable and varied work across all advancement disciplines,” says Sue Cunningham, CASE President & CEO. “The CASE Circle of Excellence Awards demonstrate creativity and strategy. They are a great source of inspiration and ideas for your own institutions. Congratulations to all the Circle of Excellence award recipients. Not only are you being celebrated for excellence, your work engages important communities in the life of your campuses and institutions, advancing education to transform lives and society.”

The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning competed among 2752 entries, from 587 institutions across 28 countries.

View the CASE acknowledgment of BE-150 here, and visit msd.unimelb.edu.au/be150/home to explore the BE-150 programme.