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In our conference in Seattle, we will explore a number of ways that challenges can be viewed as opportunities. We will continue to focus, as we have for the last several years, on changing models of student success: predictive analytics, pathways, intrusive advising, etc. We’ll be reporting on the outcomes from our three year project, Re-Imagining the First Year (RFY), as well as providing reports from our Frontier Set (FS) work. We will also be looking at faculty issues and concerns such as shared governance, contingent faculty, new approaches to professional development, support for department chairs, etc. We’ll be considering other campus-wide issues such as free speech, sexual assault, collaboration with student affairs, and a variety of others.Find out more »
The American Council on Education's 101st Annual Meeting. Nearly 2,000 college and university executives from deans to presidents will gather at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown to gain knowledge about practical solutions for many of the challenges higher education faces today,…Find out more »
Come along to our biggest event of the year – the CASE Europe Annual Conference, 27 – 29 August 2019 in Birmingham, UK. Connect with a global network of education advancement professionals to discover, learn, share and go back to your institution feeling energised and inspired.Find out more »
Demonstrating Value: Economic Trends and the Changing Needs of StudentsFind out more »
The CASE Europe Student Communications Conference provides an in-depth masterclass in the art of creating effective and engaging student communications.Find out more »
Be a part of the tradition and kick off your career in advancement. CASE's flagship training programs are for early-career professionals in educational fundraising. This unique and intensive learning experience provides you with the foundation you need to further your career and impact your institution.
The Summer Institute is a valuable investment in you and your organization. Through the institute you will have an opportunity to:
-Receive practical training in key concepts and review best practices for all sizes and types of institutions.
-Learn from experienced faculty who will broaden your perspective and sharpen your fundraising skills.
-Benefit from small-group interaction with your faculty and peers in elective sessions. You also will participate in Advisee ----Groups, led by the faculty, where you'll discuss topics in greater depth and exchange experiences and practical ideas.
-Receive valuable resource materials you'll use throughout your career.
-Enjoy special social events in the evenings—at no extra charge!
-Make valuable, life-long connections with your colleagues and faculty.
-Make the most of your training budget with a first-rate and value-added program.
Who Should Attend?
-Professionals new to the field of educational fundraising.
-Experienced professionals with new fundraising responsibilities.
-Experienced fundraising professionals who are new to higher education.
-Advancement leaders and anyone who wants to better understand fundraising fundamentals.
"Responding to Challenges Through Innovation”
Challenges confront higher education in virtually every part of the enterprise: funding, governance, teaching, technology, equity, outcomes, and purpose. It’s obvious that many of these challenges will not go away any time soon; indeed, if anything, the number of challenges seems to be increasing. In the academic part of the system, critical challenges include helping under-prepared students, designing intrusive and effective advising, creating pathways that students understand, tracking and responding to student progress, creating engaging learning environments, assessing and increasing learning outcomes, designing a coherent general education curriculum, developing more contemporary majors, designing effective, early career planning, and a host of other issues. The campuses that survive and thrive will be those that innovate.