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Town-Gown Relations: How and why institutions should collaborate with their communities. Plus, understanding alumni personas, navigating nontraditional paths to advancement, and creating a new normal as institutions return to campus.
International schools and their advancement offices are often thousands of miles apart, but CASE makes the world a smaller place building connections, collegiality and creative collisions across the globe. Being part of the CASE community is simply a 'must have' for any advancement professional!
CASE provides a wealth of resources to understand best practices, and it sets the standard for what and how we should operate in the advancement world. It supports me in how to do the best for my own institution.
CASE gives us the ability as an institution to start to network and profile some of the great things we are doing. Those opportunities to put our own institution out there has also even helped us in recruiting.
I think CASE gives members opportunities to learn and meet new people and peers in this career that are doing similar things. You can learn from each other, and then take that knowledge back to be successful.
CASE connects me to some of the smartest people in the industry and makes sure I’m not thinking about what’s just working now, but what will be working next, and in future generations.
CASE inspired and supported me in developing, establishing and expanding an alumni relations programme at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory which has grown threefold in the last decade. The programme plays an increasingly significant role in EMBL’s mission to support life sciences in Europe and beyond. Together with CASE, we are now preparing to translate this success in offering an Advancement Summit for Life Sciences institutes worldwide. Thank you CASE!
Advancement Investment and Fundraising Results: A Nine-Year Study of 30 Higher Education Institutions in the United States
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