Kathryn Graf, director of alumni relations at Daemen College, led the Jan. 12, 2016, #casesmc chat on student philanthropy.
At the University of Chicago, seventy-five to 80 percent of the senior class gives a gift because of the efforts from the Senior Class Gift Committee, our group of dedicated peer-to-peer fundraisers.
In this CASE podcast, Bowie State University’s Darren Swain explains the difference in student engagement at HBCU’s and why it’s critical that non-traditional campuses educate students on the importance of […]
As we say at Daemen, there is a world of opportunity out there. And when it comes to students connecting with alumni, there is no better way to say you care than a simple thank you.
In this CASE podcast, the University of Chicago’s Lori Hurvitz talks about how to create strategic partnerships between a student advancement organization and other divisions on campus—from dining to Greek life—to educate students about the importance of philanthropy.
The University of Michigan held its first 24-hour day of giving, Giving Blueday, on Giving Tuesday (Dec. 2, 2014). It invited alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, patients and their families, and fans worldwide to make donations to any area of the university they wanted to support.