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CASE Advancement Internship Program Seeks Host Institutions
Article,  BriefCASE Article,  Report CASE is looking for institutions in North America to serve as host institutions as part of its recently launched advancement internship program.

Connect with Government Relations Professionals at the 2016 Higher Education Government Relations Conference
Article,  BriefCASE Article,  Report "What’s Next? Public Higher Education at a Crossroads" is the theme of the 2016 Higher Education Government Relations Conference, which takes place Nov. 30-Dec. 1 in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Boost Your Annual Giving Strategies This Fall
Article,  BriefCASE Article,  Report The key to annual giving isn't asking for money in a particular way. It's understanding why volunteers and donors do what they do, according to a CASE author and conference chair.

CASE Appoints Ron Mattocks to Newly Created COO Position
Article,  BriefCASE Article,  Report CASE has appointed Ron Mattocks, CASE's vice president of marketing, membership and external relations, to the newly created position of chief operating officer.

2013 CASE Member Magazine Readership Survey Analysis
Report The CASE readership survey of institutional magazines reveals key findings about reader preferences and engagement, including how the amount of time spent reading an alumni magazine can impact a reader's giving and involvement with the institution. New findings from questions on format preference and online content are also included. The report highlights many of the benchmarks and trends revealed by comparing data collected from more than 136,000 CASE member institution readers.

2012 CASE Member Magazine Readership Survey Analysis
Report The CASE readership survey of institutional magazines reveals key findings about reader preferences and engagement, including how the amount of time spent reading an alumni magazine can impact a reader's giving and involvement with the institution. New findings from questions on format preference and online content are also included. The report highlights many of the benchmarks and trends revealed by comparing data collected from nearly 100,000 CASE member institution readers.

Using Social Media in a Crisis: Higher Education Results
CKSyme.org in partnership with CASE
Report This 2012 report explores the findings of an international study on the use of social media in crisis communications at institutions of higher education. It looks at the percentage of institutions with crisis communications plans, the number of reputation-threatening events institutions faced in the past year, the percentage of plans that address the use of social media, which social media tools institutions are using and more.

Using Social Media in a Crisis: Independent School Snapshot
CKSyme.org in partnership with CASE
Report This 2012 report looks at how independent primary and secondary schools are integrating social media tools into crisis communications planning. It looks at the percentage of schools with crisis communications plans, the number of reputation-threatening events schools faced in the past year, the percentage of plans that address the use of social media, which social media tools schools are using and more.

A Snapshot of K-12 Marketing Spending
Report This one-page snapshot reports the results of a 2010 survey of communications and marketing spending by independent schools. The survey of 74 institutions was conducted by Lipman Hearne in collaboration with CASE.

Top 100 Colleges on Twitter
UniversitiesAndColleges.org
Report This study examined Twitter accounts affiliated with university administrations at the top 100 institutions in the U.S. News & World Report's 2010 Best Colleges. Data collection took place during September 2009 from Twitter.com, with additional statistics calculated using TweetStats. Note: The study did not analyze data from unofficial student groups, fans of sports teams, or the personal accounts of professors, students, and university employees.

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