With growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), CASE staff and volunteer leadership have made the difficult decision to cancel the District I annual conference, scheduled for March 11-13 in Boston.
Advancement offices prepare for projected population shifts
A stagnant birth rate. A burgeoning cohort of older adults. Migratory patterns from the Northeast and Midwest to the South and Southwest, where immigrants (largely from Latin America and Asia) are also settling. These are among the demographic changes reshaping the United States—and to a large extent the world and education sector—over the coming decades. Read how institutions are thinking about, and planning for, these changes.
Celebrating 45 years of CASE and the variety of advancement functions that support education
CASE advocates for integrated advancement, which encompasses all the disciplines working in a professional capacity to advance our schools, colleges, and universities. By developing both understanding of, and empathy for, all the professional disciplines that must collaborate effectively to advance education to transform lives and society, we will be most successful.
Reevaluating traditional fundraising and engagement practices for a better fit with women
As colleges and universities have woken up to the potential that women donors possess, many have seen early success creating their own adaptations, designed specifically for their unique cultures and organizational strategies.