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UK inquiry to look at impact of HE post-Brexit—The U.K.’s parliamentary education committee will examine how British universities can remain competitive.
Campus career centers: All in a day’s work—U.S. institutions’ career services offices stretch to offer students new options.
Why more black students are enrolling in HBCUs—Some students say they feel safer on majority-black U.S. campuses.
Non-traditional students are becoming the new normal—Nearly half of those enrolled in higher education are “non-traditional.” A quarter are over the age of 30.
A social justice agenda for community college—Community colleges can have major social impact, as one California, U.S., chancellor discusses.
- Don’t buy into these five leadership myths, from Advancement Weekly.
- Also in Advancement Weekly: why it’s important to say no and how to be a better leader in one simple step.
- How a five pence tax on plastic bags inspired a new fundraising approach at one London institution, from September BriefCASE.
- We’re looking for host sites for the CASE internship program.
- Upcoming learning opportunities:
- Development for Deans and Academic Leaders, Oct. 5-7 in New Orleans
- Conference for Community College Advancement, Oct. 5-7 in San Diego
- Development Services Conference, Oct. 5-6 in Leeds, U.K.
- Asia-Pacific Fundraising Conference & Study Tour, Oct. 11-14 in Hong Kong & Shanghai, China
- Find plenty more on our conference calendar.
Trending in CASE Communities
- IRS and charitable contributions
- Lead time for marketing communications projects
- Alumni engagement
- Unrestricted endowment agreement
- Looking for samples of pledge reminders
- HSI STEM & Articulation Grants
Shared by CASE Members
Over on the Princeton University social blog, explore the #TellUsTigers story project.
On Twitter, the University of Missouri and University of Kansas are dishing it Mean Girls-style.
Kayce and Kayla are twin sisters enrolled in the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill’s dental hygiene program. Here’s a day in their lives.
University of Nottingham first-year students did a whole lotta snapping during move-in.
Sweet: Carnegie Mellon University students are prepping for Donut Dash.