Insights and resources on how collect, store, report, and use data wisely.
Under GDPR and other privacy regulations, educational institutions in Europe and beyond have grappled with major questions of how to collect, store, report, and use data. Use these top CASE resources for guidance, insights, and policies from other schools.
Let’s think innovatively about how to advance our schools’ missions, says Emilie Henry, vice president for institutional advancement at Westminster and chair of the 2020 CASE-NAIS Independent Schools Conference.
In comments submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, CASE urges the Department to make seven major changes to its proposed information collection request for foreign gifts and contracts. CASE also asks the department to provide additional guidance on several issues to ensure that colleges and universities can comply with the law.
We recently participated in the Asia+Pacific International Advancement Study Tour. It was intended to be a blend of social, cultural, and professional experiences for those of us who are looking to enhance our international advancement programs. We checked all of these boxes as we shared ideas, ate some terrific food, and visited some interesting sites!
As CASE gears up for Advanced Development for Deans and Academic Leaders in January 2020, we sat down with Chair Shaun Keister, vice chancellor of development and alumni relations at the University of California, Davis, to hear more about the fundraising challenges facing deans today and what he’s most looking forward to at the conference.
There are three principles about the urgency of support for education described in The Advancement of Understanding and Support of Higher Education, a report written in 1958 about a convening of 80 advancement leaders and college and university presidents that are still relevant today.