Esports offer community colleges a variety of engagement opportunities
Even before COVID-19, community colleges had ventured into the virtual arena of esports. In his new bimonthly column, Marc Westenburg, director of CASE’s Center for Community College Advancement, discusses the untapped potential of this rising phenomenon.
Community college grant professionals vital in navigating CARES Act funding
St. Petersburg College’s Katie Shultz and Valencia College’s Lashon Henderson discuss recommendations and pitfalls related to CARES Act funding and how essential community college grant professionals are to the process.
A Message from CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham
In light of the death of George Floyd, as the most recent and horrific example of institutional racism and injustice in the United States, anger and frustration have exploded into the streets. Whether expressed through peaceful protest or through civil unrest that has turned violent and unsafe, the underlying issues continue to be at the absolute heart of our work to transform lives and society. Read more >
How to nurture relationships online and overcome the challenges of leading and working during a crisis
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, advancement professionals around the globe have had to rethink how to foster and maintain relationships. Here, Jean van Sinderen-Law of University College Cork in Ireland explores how to nurture relationships online and overcome the challenges of leading and working during a crisis.
For DRIVE/ leaders Sarah Barr and Rodger Devine, technology, data, and people are key. Here’s their forecast for data and analytics in higher education.
Technology, data, people, and problem-solving power Sarah Barr and Rodger Devine’s day-to-day lives. As chair and co-chair of DRIVE/ 2020, CASE's data and analytics conference this March in New Orleans, Barr and Devine are shaping a program rich with data-driven insights.
Report highlights total new funds secured exceeded £1.3 billion
The CASE-Ross report, released by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), shows the new funds secured by UK and Irish higher education institutions increased to more than £1.3 billion in 2018-19