Awards

FELLOWSHIP

A fellowship is an honorary award given for meritorious service to the development of educational management as a discipline in national and international settings and for contributions made to the CCEAM.

Fellowships must be proposed by at least three members of the CCEAM from at least two member countries. A fellowship proposal must be accompanied by a citation justifying the award. Proposals for fellowships will be considered by a Fellowship Awards Committee comprising four Fellows and chaired by a member of the Executive Committee who is also a Fellow. Fellows may use the letters FCCEAM. No additional subscription shall be payable for a Fellowship and the award is for life.

Nomination For CCEAM Fellowship

  1. These Fellowships are to honour those who are considered by your National Association or CCEAM Board to have furthered the theory or practice of educational leadership, administration or management.

  2. Fellowships are awarded every two years at international CCEAM conferences. 

  3. Nominees receive a citation and may use the designation, FCCEAM.  To nominate one of your members, follow the guideline stated in the CCEAM Constitution:

FELLOW OF THE CCEAM

The CCEAM may award a Fellowship to a financial member of CCEAM for meritorious service to the development of educational administration, management and leadership as a discipline in national and/or international settings and for contributions made to the CCEAM. 

Fellowships must be proposed by at least three members of the CCEAM from at least two member countries.

A Fellowship proposal must be accompanied by a citation justifying the award.

Proposals for fellowships will be considered by a Fellowship Awards Committee comprising four Fellows and chaired by a member of the Executive Committee who is also a Fellow.

Fellows may use the letters FCCEAM.

Process of making Fellowship Awards: Your nomination is considered by the Fellowship Awards Committee (Dr Andreas Tsiakkiros, CCEAM Vice President, Chairperson, Professor Ray K. Auala, Professor Hemlata Talesra, Professor Tom Bischoff, Dr Jo Howse, Members). Dr Andreas Tsiakkiros, as Chairperson, will process and forward the recommendations to the full Board for approval. After this you and your nominee will be informed of the outcome.