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Universities using emojis for alumni engagement—A look at how institutions use emojis to relate to students.
Beware the bearer of big gifts—Philanthropists face greater scrutiny about their motives and priorities.
Colleges, faced with funding cuts, target tenure trims—U.S. lawmakers look to trim budgets by reconfiguring job protections.
80 cents on the dollar—New research indicates that a pay gap between male and female higher education administrators still persists.
Funders rely on peers for knowledge to inform practice, study finds—Foundation staff and board members turn to their peers as their most trusted source of information, according to research.
- A look behind the 2016 Voluntary Support of Education Survey results.
- In Advancement Weekly: why you should pick up the phone after making a mistake; deflate your leadership ego; why personality wins out over smarts.
- On the hunt: How student sleuths can help track down alumni, from Community College Advancement News.
- The deadline for our Circle of Excellence Awards is coming up on March 10. Make sure to get your entries ready!
- Read the recap of our Twitter chat on community building.
- CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham visited Capitol Hill this week to stand up for charitable giving.
Trending in CASE Communities
- Where to start building a development plan for small university
- Alumni event check-in setup
- Has anyone stopped publishing donor lists?
- Emeriti groups
- One-year post-grad fellowships
- Annual fund appeal letters
Shared By CASE Members
Students at BI Norwegian Business School describe the learning culture there. (Vikings get a shout-out.)
The State University of New York at Oswego celebrated Love a Donor Day 2017.
Spend a day in the life of a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill spin class instructor.
What city is the best for students? These McGill University fans say Montreal.
Celebrate Fashion Week through the eyes of Marist College students and faculty.