Dr. Elizabeth With awarded Dr. Jim Caswell Award

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 - 09:43

DENTON, Texas (UNT)-- Dr. Elizabeth With, vice president for student affairs at the University of North Texas, is the 2013 winner of the Dr. Jim Caswell Award the highest honor bestowed by the Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administration.

This award recognizes a member who has been a TACUSPA member for at least 10 years, shows high leadership performance in student affairs and makes above and beyond normal service required by positions of leadership according to the association.

With was nominated by her peers because of her involvement and leadership at UNT and other higher education institutions. She will receive her award at the fall 2013 TACUSPA conference that will be held in Houston Oct. 13-15.

“I am honored to be receiving this award,” With said. “Several of my mentors and role models have received this award in the past and it is humbling to be part of that group.”

With has been a member of TACUSPA for 20 years and has served in various leadership positions within the organization since 1994, including as president, secretary, and conference chair.

“TACUSPA has provided me with tremendous professional development over the years that has helped me grow as a professional to better support our students,” With said.


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