SEC Academic Conference
This program is intended to expand student-focused collaboration among SEC universities. The grant is awarded annually to one SEC institution to support joint activities involving all other SEC universities.
SEC Academic Leadership Development Program
This professional development program designed to identify and prepare academic leaders for roles within SEC institutions and beyond. It includes a university-level component and two, three-day, SEC-wide workshops.
The SEC provides support to faculty, staff and students at its 14 member universities as a mechanism to share best practices and ideas. Regular meetings…
SEC College Tour
Enrollment administrators from SEC universities organize an annual SEC College Tour to introduce the SEC universities to students, parents and high school counselors who might not be familiar with the institutions.
SEC Education Abroad Focus
To increase the amount and type of education abroad opportunities available for students, the SEC supports a cooperative exchange agreement and engineering student exchange program, among other activities.
SEC Faculty Achievement Awards
These awards recognize faculty from SEC member universities with outstanding records in research and scholarship. There is one winner/nominee per campus and one overall winner for the Conference.
SEC Faculty Travel Program
This program offers faculty from each SEC university the opportunity to travel to other SEC universities to exchange ideas, develop grant proposals and conduct research.
SEC MBA Case Competition
These competitions, held on SEC campuses, give SEC business schools a forum to showcase their students’ skills at solving simulated, real-world problems that cover the spectrum of business disciplines.
SEC Student Pitch Competition
This event provides a showcase for young entrepreneurs as it pits teams of students representing each SEC university against one another in an idea pitch competition.
The goal of this academic conference-type event is to address a significant scholarly issue by utilizing the range of disciplinary strengths of all SEC universities in a manner that expands collaboration.