Alex Miles, director of global and political affairs at the University of Nottingham and chair of the 2019 CASE Europe Annual Conference, explores disruption, silo-busting, and why advancement professionals need to ban the phrase “that’s not my job” from their vocabulary.
Celebrating the successes of CASE's internship and residency programmes
As we celebrate the first decade of our graduate trainee scheme in Europe, we also celebrate the fourth year of the CASE Advancement Internship Program in North America, an intensive summer program for current students and recent graduates.
How Villanova University has grown a culture of philanthropy with students and young alumni
Mike O'Neill, senior vice president for university advancement at Villanova University, discusses Villanova's most recent fundraising campaign and how the university boosted alumni participation and doubled the number of students who contributed to the senior class gift.
Advancement professionals share red flags, popular errors, and common misunderstandings when it comes to working with data and analytics
Data. Everyone is collecting it—from small, independent schools to huge, public universities. As an advancement professional, you can expect to spend at least part of your day dealing with numbers or reporting in some capacity. Here, we tackle five red flags and misunderstandings that arise over and over again.