2020 Call for Cases

Conference registration is now open through CVENT at:  Register Here

Please note that Cases under development and abstract submissions are accepted until January 13, 2020

28th Annual Meeting

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

February 27-29, 2020

The 2020 program organizers of the Southeast Case Research Association (SECRA) invite experienced, new, and student case writers to submit original, unpublished cases to be presented at the 28th Annual Meeting. Case studies in the early stages of development may be submitted without an instructor’s manual. Field-researched cases are especially encouraged.

Submission DeadlineMonday, November 4, 2019

Click Here for Full Call Page:  Call for Cases

(Cases under development and abstract submissions accepted until January 13, 2020)

Conference cases for review

Below are the 2019 SECRA Conference Cases.  Please be aware that these cases are not edited and some are either embryo cases or abstracts .  They are posted here so that you can review them before your assigned roundtable time(s) and provide feedback to the author during that roundtable session.   Please contact Mick Fekula at mickf@usca.edu for the password, if you have questions, or if you have an updated copy of your case that you would like posted here.

26th Annual SECRA Meeting: February 22-24, 2018

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Conference Case Submissions for 2018 are closed 

In addition to submitting your case above, SECRA recommends also sending a copy directly to the Program Chair, Kristie Abston at:  kristie.abston@mtsu.edu

Welcome to the Southeast Case Research Association.  The 26th Annual SECRA meeting will be held February 22-24, 2018 in Myrtle Beach, SC.

  • Please submit complete Cases with Instructor Manual, Abstracts, and Cases Under Development to the Conference Review System by November 13, 2017.
  • In order to appear on the conference program, at least one author of an accepted paper must register by January 29th, 2018.
  • Make hotel reservations by January 22nd, 2018 to receive the guaranteed rate of $64/night plus resort fee and taxes.


SECRA 2017 attendees use the Roundtable format to present and discuss their cases, enjoying spirited and thorough Roundtable Case Discussions.  

The initial due date for complete Case submissions with Instructor Manual is November 13, 2017.  These cases are eligible for Best Case Awards and receive feedback for revision prior to the conference to ensure suitability for publication in the proceedings and potentially in the Journal.

Abstract-only, Presentation-only, and Cases under Development must be submitted not later than January 15, 2018 in order to appear on the conference program for presentation at SECRA 2018.  These cases receive only an abbreviated review to determine suitability for conference presentation.  They will not be considered for Best Case Awards.  Assessment and feedback for these cases is offered only during the roundtable sessions at the conference.

Please direct questions to Kristie Abston, Middle Tennessee State University, the 2017-2018 SECRA Program Chair at: kristie.abston@mtsu.edu .


25th Anniversary Recognition Award presented to SECRA Founder Chi Anyansi-Archibong by Mick Fekula, Dean of the SECRA Fellows. 


SECRA Charter Member Tom Miller, inducted into the SECRA Fellows by Mick Fekula, Dean of the SECRA Fellows. 


Tim Redmer receives SECRA Service Award for over 10 years of outstanding service to SECRA.  Presented by Mick Fekula, Dean of the SECRA Fellows. 


2017 BEST CASE AWARD: “COFFEE OF THE KUNA: $30,000 IN 30 DAYS” presented to Mark Simon and co-authors by 2017 SECRA Program Chair Sonia Toson.


2017 BEST STUDENT CASE AWARD: “PROTECTING CHILDREN” presented to Sara J. English and co-author by 2017 SECRA Program Chair Sonia Toson.