Julie Ja started at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, as a CASE Graduate Trainee in March 2020—just as the country (and much of the world) closed down for the COVID-19 pandemic. But working remotely with the Monash team, she's learned about philanthropy, relationship-building, and the many facets of advancement.
We all know that 2020 has been a year that we will never forget. Looking to the future, you may be wondering what this next year will bring and how we will face the daily challenges the world throws our way. As we move into the new year, forever changed but holding our heads high, we need to focus on leading ourselves and our institutions to better and brighter places.
CASE and its members will use this grant to stimulate conversation about the public value of higher education
The grant will allow CASE to use the power of its community of advancement leaders across all sectors to strongly convey the importance of higher education through an ongoing public education campaign.
Predictive and prescriptive data tools can shape advancement’s future
By and large, advancement professionals stop at AI tools that are definitive and descriptive in nature. That leaves plenty of improving space before we bump our collective heads on the technology ceiling.
Fundraisers have essentially always been problem-solvers; when there is a need, the development team fills it. When the dust settles and schools return to “normal,” what will “normal” look like for the advancement team?
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has announced Michael Spence AC, vice-chancellor and principal of the University of Sydney as the recipient of the 2019 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award. The award recognises institutional leaders for their outstanding efforts in promoting and supporting education and advancement.