Are you an advancement officer at a small college? Would you like to evaluate and improve your advancement programs? Turn to Advancing Small Colleges, edited by Wesley K. Willmer of Biola University, the fourth in a series co-sponsored by CASE and the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC).
Advancing Small Colleges is based on a survey of nearly 300 CIC members. The eight authors — Wesley K. Willmer, Rebekah Burch Basinger, Daniel A. Felicetti, Dana L. Miller, Georgia I. Douglas, Richard E. Bee, Marjorie R. Johnson, and Adam J. Morris — examine and synthesize survey data, presenting them in the context of their own advancement experiences.
Chapters focus on:
Leading and managing advancement operations
The role of presidents and trustees
Trends in advancement
Advancing Small Colleges also includes a bibliography, a list of survey respondents, and a copy of the survey instrument.
Published: 2001 Format: Softcover
Number of Pages: 275 Dimensions:
7 x 10
"Advancing Small Collegesprovides quality comparative data that is not found elsewhere."—Melissa Morriss-Olson, vice president, university relations and development, North Park University
"Advancing Small Colleges is an invaluable resource for presidents, trustees, volunteers, and staff members who hope to maximize their colleges' potential."—Richard Elkman, president, Council of Independent Colleges