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Why donors’ biggest gifts aren’t going to the causes they hold most dear—Research shines a light on the “aspiration gap,” a gulf between what donors want to achieve with their philanthropy and where they’re making their largest gifts.
U.S.: International student numbers up 10 percent, largest growth in 35 years—More than half of the international students studying at American universities come from China, India, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
Report: Clear path from community colleges to 4-year institutions—A new report offers strategies to smooth the transfer pathway from community college to four-year institutions.
4 Professors of the Year are honored for excellence in teaching and service—The four national winners of this CASE and Carnegie award demonstrate teaching excellence.
- Calling all European members (and others who are interested): join us on Tuesday, Nov. 24 for a Twitter chat on crisis communication at 1 p.m. GMT.
- Read more about the four national U.S. Professors of the Year and 35 state winners, who were honored this week in Washington, D.C.
- Know the distress signals of overworked employees—tips in Advancement Weekly (login required).
- Also in Advancement Weekly (login required): one simple step to be a great manager and lessons in work-life balance.
- On the CASE blog: four ideas to engage silent community members and tactics to revitalize email marketing.
Trending on CASE Communities
- 50 year reunions—yay or nay?
- Gender inclusive homecoming courts
- Charitable gift annuities
- Alumni awards selection committee terms
What CASE Members Are Sharing
St. Louis University asked students what they think about new logos.
Siena Heights University held an Attitude of Gratitude week.
Hanover College is launching #HanoverAtTheMovies, a campaign for alumni to post a photo of their family seeing a movie together in Hanover gear.
Do you know someone who suffers from FWOOWMP? Arizona State University investigates.