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The key to getting people to donate: Don’t push it—Verbal or written pledges, coupled with trust and time, can increase giving.
Community colleges aim to scoop pathway demand—Some U.S. community colleges are extending programs that offer transfers to four-year colleges to international students.
U.K. leads on international student satisfaction—A study indicates that international students at U.K. institutions feel welcomed and satisfied with their learning experience.
Online giving trends—A new data dashboard shows how, why and when donors give online.
College campuses are the new test facilities for emerging technology—American institutions are using research facilities to boost student engagement and foster innovation.
- Today is the last day to apply to be a CASE volunteer leader or host for the 2016 Circle of Excellence awards.
- Review the December issue of BriefCASE for insights on online giving trends for Giving Tuesday and around the globe.
- Try these four tips to present career information to students, gleaned from the Dec. 8 #casesmc chat.
- Take these four steps to vanquish procrastination in the latest issue of Advancement Weekly (login required).
- Also in Advancement Weekly (login required): boost your team’s creativity and the promise of gamification.
- Read about senior leaders recognized with the 2015 Service Awards in State Government Relations.
- On the CASE blog: Guiding a successful senior gift committee.
Trending on CASE Communities
- Matching gifts
- New changes on LinkedIn
- 50 year reunions—yay or nay?
- Student thank-yous to donors
- Revitalizing capital stewardship
What CASE Members Are Sharing
The University of Virginia is rounding out 2015 with a look back at its top ten social media stories.
Hello? It’s Pittsburg State University, with an Adele-inspired video message.
Season’s greetings from these institutions:
Saint James School