Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.
Does it pay to get a double major in college?—Here’s what research on double majors indicates.
UK educators react to triggering of Article 50—As the official Brexit process gets underway, higher education officials express their hopes and concerns.
Half of U.S. bachelor’s degree earners enroll in community college—According to the U.S. National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, that number is up 3 percentage points.
Booting gluten from an entire college dining hall—One Ohio college is the first U.S. university to have a certified gluten-free dining hall.
- Why an open-door policy can backfire, from Advancement Weekly.
- Also from Advancement Weekly: the case for user-friendly web content and the four skills every communicator needs.
- How to practice inclusive fundraising.
- A survival guide for covering events with a small social media team.
- Congrats to our 2017 Commonfund Award winners!
- The U.S. Professors of the Year program is being discontinued.
- April 28 is the deadline for our CASE Research Awards.
- Our CASE Europe Social Media Conference and U.S. Editors Forum are wrapping up today. Review the hashtags #casesmc and #caseedforum for takeaways.
Trending in CASE Communities
- Acknowledgement letters for staff donors
- Parents WhatsApp groups
- Campus photoshoots and permissions
- Admin fee on events
- Alumni definition and giving
Shared by CASE Members
How do we combat bots spreading fake news? Here’s Birkbeck, University of London’s answer.
Let’s take a moment an appreciate the musical stylings of the Berkshire School’s boys a capella group.
Wageningen University hosted an online open day. Here’s a Snapchat behind-the-scenes video.
Watch Cribs: Flagler College edition.