CASE welcomes proposals for CURRENTS magazine articles and CASE white papers and books.
CURRENTS, CASE's award-winning magazine, runs feature articles on a variety of issues important to advancement professionals, including trends in the field, case studies from different institutions, and information from research and surveys conducted by CASE's research division.
Short features range from 1,500 to 1,800 words, and long features run up to 2,500 words. Each issue of CURRENTS also includes regular columns of 900 to 1,100 words.
CURRENTS articles follow a journalistic and conversational style.
The CASE Blog
CASE's blog explores trends and best practices in advancement. Contributors include advancement professionals, independent consultants and CASE staff.
Posts can highlight a specific project, a new approach or an emerging advancement issue, and should highlight actionable strategies for CASE readers.
Written in a conversational tone, posts typically range from 400 to 1,000 words and can include photos, infographics, videos and links.
CASE White Papers
A new CASE White Paper initiative is designed to provide in-depth analysis or report on research findings related to a single aspect of advancement.
Targeting senior-level advancement professionals, white papers may be conversational or more academic in tone, may include charts and references, and will typically be 2,500 to 10,000 words in length.
CASE publishes practitioner-written books on a variety of topics for advancement professionals at all levels and in all disciplines.
The length, format and delivery mechanism for CASE books will vary by book.