Each year, CIS Members are presented awards at the CIS Forum that recognise exemplary service in the international admission and guidance community.
- The CIS Future Leader Award was created to honour an up and coming international admissions officer or school counsellor who demonstrates strong leadership potential and embodies the CIS mission.
- The CIS Peggy Templeton Strong Award was established to honour a member of the CIS guidance community who has made significant contributions to international school guidance.
- The CIS T. Michael Maybury Award honours a member of the CIS university admissions community who has made significant contributions to the field university of admission and recruitment.
The CIS Peggy Templeton Strong Award was established to honour a member of the CIS guidance community who has made significant contributions to international school guidance. The award is named in honor of Peggy Templeton Strong, who, in a long and distinguished career, has promoted the needs of her students, mentored countless guidance counselors, university advisors and international admissions representatives, and was instrumental in establishing guidance and admissions organisations. Peggy’s vision, commitment, and exemplary standards serve as an inspiration to us all. With this award we honour a member of the CIS guidance community whose work continues Peggy Templeton Strong’s legacy.
Winfield “Win” Lowman
|2012 - Cathy Curtis, International School of Bangkok, Thailand|
|2011 - Asuman Okman, The Koç School, Turkey|
|2010 - Martin Campion, South Island School, Hong Kong, S.A.R., China|
|2009 - Marina Rodrigues, St. Dominic’s International School, Portugal|
|2008 - Peter Hauet, St. Mary’s International School, Japan|
CIS T. MICHAEL MAYBURY AWARD
The CIS T. Michael Maybury Award honours a member of the CIS university admissions community who has made significant contributions to the field university of admission and recruitment. The award is named after Dr. T. Michael Maybury for his lifetime achievements, his significant contributions to international schools and for his promotion of international post-secondary education and global understanding. Mike Maybury was Executive Secretary of the European Council of International Schools (1989 to 2003) and Executive Director of the Council of International Schools (2003 to 2004), and devoted a lifetime of service to the promotion of international education and global understanding. During his years at the helm of CIS, Mike served us as a dedicated leader whose strong commitment to and tireless work on behalf of higher education was instrumental in fostering an environment in which the traditions we now carry forward could flourish.
F. Sheppard “Shep” Shanley
|2012 - Penny Johnston, Franklin & Marshall College, United States|
|2011 - Charlie Beech, Webster University, United States|
|2010 - Juan Camilo Tamayo, Lynn University, United States|
|2009 - Karen McKellin, The University of British Columbia, Canada|
|2008 - Richard Dawson, Pepperdine University, United States|
|2007 - No Award|
|2006 - Michael Gaynor, Villanova University, United States|
|2005 - Rebecca Zeigler Mano, EducationUSA, Zimbabwe|
|2004 - Mike Steidel, Carnegie Mellon University, United States|