Four ways award-winning small teams achieve big impact by working resourcefully
How can small teams accomplish great things, even with tight budgets? Here’s how four small teams accomplished award-winning work in communications, fundraising, events, and recruitment—and key takeaways on how teams of any size or context can work resourcefully.
The biggest challenge—and opportunity—for HBCUs today
Vita Pickrum has spent more than a decade in advancement marshalling support for Delaware State University students and connecting with her peers in development at historically Black colleges and universities. Here’s why, she says, strategic focus and showcasing impact are crucial today.
The story of a lost Indigenous art collection, healing, and reconciliation at Curtin University
For more than 50 years, a collection of remarkable artworks by Australian Indigenous children sat untouched in a university basement. Now, Curtin University in Perth has launched a campaign to give these pieces a permanent home in Western Australia.
Reimagining support for students with disabilities to build independence
La Trobe University's AccessAbility supports students with a variety of often overlapping identities: from autism and neurodiversity to dyslexia and learning disabilities to brain injuries and physical disabilities—along with refugees, student caregivers, students from foster care, or veterans. Here’s how AccessAbility's team works with students to overcome learning challenges—and how this supportive approach fits into broader conversations about inclusion and diversity.
Singapore Management University’s virtual run breaks records and crosses the finish line with $400,000
To celebrate Singapore Management University’s 20th anniversary, its alumni, students, and staff put their best feet forward. In September 2020, the university launched a monthlong virtual race fundraiser with the goal of raising SGD$400,000 for students impacted by the pandemic.