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Telephone fundraising increasingly ineffective for universities—Phone calls are now less successful for raising money, according to higher education leaders.
Colleges pay millions to host a presidential debate—Winning the right to host a U.S. presidential debate is an expensive victory.
UK universities fight back with #weareinternational—Post Brexit, a globally focused campaign is becoming a unified refrain among European universities.
6 questions today’s admissions and marketing should be asking—A new study analyzes prospective students’ online-based research habits and how they inform admissions and marketing.
Liberal arts ‘have bigger role to play in Asian higher education’—A recent paper explores how Asian universities should address the diverse needs of students.
- Our new white paper, “Paying to Play: Social Media in Advancement 2016” finds 83 percent of institutions are boosting social media posts. Explore more trends in the report.
- Is humor at work harmless or hazardous? Advancement Weekly
- Also in Advancement Weekly: why we need emotion and reason to make decisions and the best formula to tackle your to-dos.
- From the latest Currents: how international schools make the case for support.
- Review the recap from Tuesday’s #casesmc chat on communications lessons from election season, hosted by Parks Smith of Longwood University.
- The early-bird deadline for the CASE Africa Conference in Nairobi has been extended to Friday, Oct. 14.
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Here’s a day in the life of Indiana University’s Marching Hundred drum major.
Ruff week? The University of Western Australia has you covered with dog research.
Utah Valley University goes behind the scenes of its Roots of Knowledge stained glass project.
At the University of Tulsa, an English professor weighs in on Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize win.