Facing growing scrutiny, colleges set out to prove their value—U.S. colleges and universities are taking new approaches to demonstrate their efficiency and economic impact.
Community colleges power up video game programs—More U.S. community colleges offer video game art, programming and simulation courses.
Donors get dibs in higher ed—U.S. institutions walk a line when managing donor expectations. CASE’s Reporting Standards & Management guidelines offer a framework.
Beijing eases policy for internships, post-study work—New Chinese policies will make it easier for international students to work, hold internships and start businesses there.
- Student Engagement and Philanthropy Month starts on Monday. Here’s how institutions are planning to celebrate.
- Ideas to lead purpose-driven team members—in Advancement Weekly (login required).
- Also in Advancement Weekly: the case against job descriptions and tricks to tackle email and meetings.
- Congratulations to the 2016 Independent Schools Award recipients James Pattison, the F.M. Kirby Foundation, Philip McCathey and Debbie Youngblood.
- Just two weeks left to nominate a colleague for a 2016 Distinguished Service Award.
- On our blog: Murray State’s first crowdfunding campaign.
- The deadline to complete the CASE Compensation Survey has been extended to Feb. 8.
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- Transformational gift communications
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What CASE Members Are Sharing
York University hosted a puppy palooza to help students de-stress and talk about mental health.
Pittsburg State University asks students what they’d do if they were president of the university.
Happy 125th birthday to the University of Central Oklahoma!
The University of Alberta is launching a massive open online course on the origins of birds. This video offers a class preview.
Rutgers University is asking students to donate a photo for a good cause.