Advancement professionals from five institutions share stories of data in action. They are using the metrics and insights that come from participating in CASE’s industry-leading surveys to set strategy and goals, benchmark against peers, target constituent groups, enhance programming, meet campaign goals, and add new staff.
Advancement professionals share stories of data in action. They are using the metrics and insights that come from participating in CASE’s industry-leading surveys to set strategy and goals, benchmark against peers, target constituent groups, enhance programming, meet campaign goals, and add new staff.
Fundraising for sustainability and climate issues is imperative, timely, and (sometimes) tricky
Universities around the globe are rallying around the issue of climate change, conducting billions of dollars in research each year to uncover the scale of the problem and develop solutions for a more sustainable planet. Advancement teams are considering the best ways to communicate about sustainability initiatives and steward donors interested in giving toward climate change research.
Use these 5 steps to reduce your digital carbon footprint
To be more environmentally sustainable, some institutions are cutting back on print publications. But digital content has a carbon footprint, too. Advancement teams can use “the 5 Rs” to reduce the energy demand of digital content: refuse, reduce, reuse, repair, and retire. Here’s how.
California Institute of Technology’s data team engaged staff with a creative, interactive, and fun nontraditional Tableau training
The California Institute of Technology’s mascot does more than just cheer on teams at sports games. In 2021, a clip art version of Bucky Beaver led staff through training for its Tableau server upgrade.
Sharing talent, creativity, and expertise across borders
This increasingly global nature of the profession enhances CASE’s impact and value to help you succeed—whether you work at a small, private, independent school or college or a large, research-intensive university. Talent, creativity, and expertise exist around the world, and we all have the good fortune to learn from and grow through our colleagues’ knowledge and practice.
How a digital marketing team creates systemic solutions to center diversity and inclusion
In the past two years, Wheaton College evaluated its social media ambassador program to better align it with institutional diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging goals. Anice Rodrigues Barbosa’s team created systemic practices that continue to generate growth within the program and division, as well as throughout the college.