Academic journal article Planning for Higher Education

2009 Founders (Casey) Award Recipient-David E. Hollowell

Academic journal article Planning for Higher Education

2009 Founders (Casey) Award Recipient-David E. Hollowell

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Purpose of Award

Recipients are selected on the basis of innovative contributions to the improvement of the theory and practice of academic, administrative, financial, facilities, and/or general institutional planning at colleges and universities.

Previous Award Recipients

M. Perry Chapman, Rodney Rose, Arthur J. Lidsky, O. Robert Simha, Patrick O'Meara, John D. (Jack) Telfer, Dennis P. Jones, Harlan D. Bareither, Clark Kerr, Frederick W. Mayer, Jack E. Robinson, William F. Massy, Hideo Sasaki, Lyman A. Glenny, Richard P. Dober, Marvin W. Peterson, Robert C. Shirley, Thomas R. Mason, George C. Keller, Clinton N. Hewitt, Jack E. Freeman, and Raymond M. Haas.

David E. Hollowell is the 2009 SCUP Founders' (Casey) Award Recipient. The award is named after K.C. Parsons, charter member of SCUP and its first president. Parsons' work focused on contributing to the community and the impact it had on people using the space or facility he had planned. He was also a strong proponent of mentoring.

Hollowell has served in higher education administration for nearly 40 years, over half of which as chief operating officer. During the last 25 years, he oversaw planning and construction of over $1 billion in capital construction and renovation projects, which merited recognition by the American Institute of Architects with an honorary membership, the highest honor given to a non-architect. …

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