Weekly Highlights for March 10

Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.

Advancement News

Starting here, finishing there—Sixteen percent of students who started at two-year colleges received a degree from a four-year institution within six years, according to a new report.

Revised travel ban presents same problems for colleges—Here’s how the U.S. government’s revised mandate may impact higher education.

Global e-learning market to grow 7.2 percent over next decade—Research indicates that online content, learning management systems, IT security and more are all expected to grow.

Nonprofit college endowments after the school closes—Nonprofit dissolution is a seldom-addressed topic and the ensuing financial complications can be confusing.

American fundraisers lag behind in texting—Text messaging donors is more popular in Asia and Africa.

CASE News

Today’s the last day to submit entries to our Circle of Excellence awards.

Watch your verbal tics with these tips from Advancement Weekly.

Also in Advancement Weekly: How to keep your leadership in tune and how Snapchat transcends generations.

From Currents: Why Stanford University hung up on its telefund.

Plus, on our blog, CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham explores how in advancement, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions.

Twitter chat recaps: Keeping up and keeping it fresh on social; surviving as a social media team of one.

Our Social Media & Community Conference in Los Angeles is coming up next week! Tyler Thomas, social media and content manager at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will be taking over our Instagram and Snapchat accounts. Follow along for a behind-the-scenes look at the conference and takeaways.

 

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See broomball in 360 degrees at the University of Chicago.

It’s Iron Chef, University of Toronto edition.

Happy International Women’s Day from the National Cathedral School

and from the president designate of York University.

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