Ishna Hall of the University of North Carolina shares her takeaways from CASE’s Minority Advancement Institute.
In this CASE podcast, Thomas J. Minar, president of Franklin College, explores how institutions can engage LGBT alumni.
CASE recently held its first event for the Multicultural Advancement Professionals network, a community where practitioners from diverse backgrounds can share ideas and resources and discuss issues they face in the profession.
Kesha B. Williams (@keshabwilliams), digital marketing director at Clemson University, co-moderated the September 9, 2014 #CASESMC chat. Read the recap on Storify. See a schedule of upcoming chats.
To facilitate more substantial news coverage, media relations advisers and fundraisers must work together to “mine” the human interest elements of a gift, starting with the donor and the purpose of the gift—and celebrating a donor’s diverse background can greatly increase the richness of the story and its media potential.