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While liberal arts decline in U.S., China and other economic rivals add them—Asian institutions are embracing subjects such as sociology and art history.
Study: Charities win during national elections—According to a Blackbaud report, political contributions do not siphon dollars from other philanthropic causes in the U.S..
Education leaders address challenges in creating global citizens—Education leaders from around the world weigh in on how to encourage students to be global citizens.
Unlocking education—U.S. community colleges give prison inmates pathways to degrees.
The selling of the American MBA—As U.S. students’ appetite for business administration degrees wanes, institutions step up recruiting abroad.
What college presidents think about racial conflict on campuses—Many U.S. higher education leaders are beginning to recognize and act on campus climate issues.
- Circle of Excellence Awards entries are due today.
- Why time management doesn’t matter—in the latest issue of Advancement Weekly (login required).
- Also in Advancement Weekly: rewiring your brain to combat stress, 5 tips for employee feedback.
- Here’s how to engage faculty and staff in fundraising campaigns—from March BriefCASE.
- LGBTQ alumni are playing a growing role in leadership and giving, according to presenters a recent CASE conference.
- Review the latest update on CASE’s strategic planning process.
- Institutions around the globe celebrated Student Philanthropy Month in February.
- Congrats to the Iowa State University Foundation and Tyler Junior College Foundation, winners of CASE’s 2016 Commonfund Institutionally Related Foundations Awards.
- CASE is looking for its next vice president of education to succeed Norma Walker.
Trending in CASE Communities
- Awarding honorary degrees
- Vetting volunteers and mentors
- Class ring tradition
- Giving Day videos
- Appeal for professional development fund
- Spending policies
What CASE Members Are Sharing
For Pi Day on March 14, Siena Heights University students signed up to pie mathletes in the face.
Meanwhile, Carnegie Mellon University brought a math professor and a blogger together to talk pi and pie.
Punahou School is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a series of live music videos to showcase alumni and student talent.
University at Buffalo students give thank you shout-outs to donors during TAG (Thank About Giving) week.
Students thanked donors during the University of Michigan’s #HailYeah gratitude day.
— UM-Flint (@UMFlint) March 16, 2016