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By Dale Johnson Posted: July 12, 2017 9:30 a.m.

U of R Vice-President of Administration Dave Button (l) receives the Ken Clements award from Nathalie Laporte, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of University Business Officers.
U of R Vice-President of Administration Dave Button (l) receives the Ken Clements award from Nathalie Laporte, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of University Business Officers. Photo courtesy of CAUBO

The Vice-President of Administration at the University of Regina, Dave Button, has received the Ken Clements Distinguished Administrator Award from the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO).

The Award recognizes a university administrator who has made an extraordinary contribution to the advancement of higher education administration and has demonstrated outstanding leadership in CAUBO.

Button has contributed to CAUBO in various ways, including being on the Board longer than any other person in the university sector (nine years) and serving as the President of CAUBO for two terms. It also reflects contributions to other volunteer activity in other parts of post-secondary education. Button received the award last month at a ceremony in Ottawa.

“I was honoured, as this is the most prestigious recognition that CAUBO gives, and coming from my national colleagues means a lot to me,” Button says.

“This really is an award that recognizes the contribution of a variety of teams. First, the team here at the University of Regina who assisted and supported me throughout this activity, and the team at CAUBO who continue to advance the profession in so many positive ways,” Button adds.

CAUBO, founded in 1937, is a non-profit professional organization representing the chief administrative and financial officers at over 100 universities and affiliated colleges in Canada.

Button says the national recognition for his volunteer work in the post-secondary sector is good for the U of R.

“As part of our Strategic Plan, we strive as a University to give back to society and to contribute to the community, so this recognition reflects what we see as one of our main purposes. The years of activity and the award itself all help to improve the profile of the University of Regina across Canada. The many people at the University of Regina who get engaged in volunteer activities help us to improve our recognition and thus our national profile and ranking,” Button explains.

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