Assistant Dean of Curriculum and Registration Sean Pine Treacy Awarded Prize for Outstanding Professional Achievement

January 24, 2014 -- ​Sean Pine Treacy, assistant dean of curriculum and registration, has been awarded the Vanguard Prize by the National Network of Law School Officers (NNLSO). The award recognizes outstanding professional achievement in support of student services. A formal award presentation ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 1st in Denver as part of the NNLSO Annual Business Luncheon.

Sean has worked at the law school for more than 26 years. As Registrar for the law school, she manages all aspects of the Records Office, including services for students, faculty, alumni and the public. Under her direction, the law school’s Information Technology staff supports an independent and complex network and classroom infrastructure. Sean has overseen the transformation of the law school’s use of technology and has implemented numerous new services, including a Curriculum Guide, an on-line grading system and on-line course and exam evaluations. In addition, she plays an integral role in strategic and facilities planning matters.

The NNLSO, a nonprofit, professional organization designed for the educational and professional development of all law school officers, inaugurated the Vanguard Prize in 2012. It is bestowed annually to one NNLSO member and carries a cash award of $500, which is earmarked for the recipient’s continued professional development.