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Strategic Partnerships and Student Advancement Organizations
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.

Advancement Talk: Engaging Students at Non-Traditional Institutions
Podcast Darren Swaine of Bowie State University talks about ways to engage students at non-traditional schools.

How Advancement Professionals Can Work with Other Cultures
Podcast Aamir Anwar, of Carnegie Mellon University, discusses how educational philanthropy is viewed differently around the world. He also talks about how advancement professionals can become more culturally competent and responsive in their work.

Starting a Student Alumni Society
Podcast Geoffrey Seber from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute discusses the benefits of starting a student alumni society. Also, Seber shares some of the lessons he's learned advising these groups.

Engaging Parents in an Institution's Overall Advancement Program
Podcast Alejandra Naranjo from The American School Foundation discusses some practical ways that advancement professionals can engage parents. Also, learn what special training and guidance parent volunteers should receive.

Effective Strategies to Engage Student and Young Alumni Volunteers
Podcast Allison Dykes from Emory University discusses how to find the right students and young alumni to develop into volunteers. Also, discover what roles are best fit for young volunteers.

Emerging Fundraising Opportunities in Asia
Podcast Hear Marc Weinstein from McGill University explain why it takes a substantial commitment for a western institution to successfully enter and stay in the Asia-Pacific market. Also, hear his advice on how to make personal connections with potential donors in the region.

Engaging Young Alumni
Podcast Hear Scott M. Mory from the University of Southern California discuss common characteristics of alumni born in 1982 and after—often referred to as the Millennial generation—and how alumni relations professionals can use this knowledge to better engage them.

Managing Volunteers
Podcast Listen to Molly Peoples from the University of Cambridge explain why working with volunteers can benefit your institution and "restore your faith in humanity." Also, catch her advice on how to manage volunteers who "push the limits."

International Alumni Relations Programs
Podcast Gretchen Dobson from Tufts University discusses how to launch of an international alumni relations program. She is the author of the CASE book, Being Global: Making the Case for International Alumni Relations.

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