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  • Fake news in fundraising and college endowments

FAKE NEWS ON ENDOWMENTS!

O.K., so it’s not really fake news. But most folks keeping up on current events over the last year would think colleges are hoarding millions and even billions of dollars that could be used to help students and their families offset the increasing cost to attend. Although that is not the case...

  • On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

What defines a successful board? How do institutions determine what matters most on their campus grounds? Rick Legon, President of AGB shares insights on the podcast.

  • Fundraising Blog: Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Data collected by the Humanities Indicators Project of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences shows that current public funding for the humanities through the National Endowment for the Humanities and state humanities councils approaches $175-million.

  • Fake news in fundraising and college endowments

FAKE NEWS ON ENDOWMENTS!

April 17th, 2018|0 Comments

O.K., so it’s not really fake news. But most folks keeping up on current events over the last year would think colleges are hoarding millions and even billions of dollars that could be used to help students and their families offset the increasing cost to attend. Although that is not the case...

  • On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

April 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

What defines a successful board? How do institutions determine what matters most on their campus grounds? Rick Legon, President of AGB shares insights on the podcast.

  • Fundraising Blog: Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

March 28th, 2018|0 Comments

Data collected by the Humanities Indicators Project of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences shows that current public funding for the humanities through the National Endowment for the Humanities and state humanities councils approaches $175-million.

Podcasts

Futures in Fundraising consists of interviews with leading and emerging fundraising, development and nonprofit professionals.

James Hackney – Senior Director of Development for Yale Divinity School

James Hackney, Senior Director of Development for Yale Divinity School, details how previously being a fundraising consultant at Alexander Haas prepared him for his current position and fundraising journey.

Changing Lives with Every Charge with Stephen Garten

Charity Charge Founder and CEO, Stephen Garten joins the Futures in Fundraising podcast to share insight on the new way of giving in 2017.

Tips for Advancing Your Career in Philanthropy: Interview with Ron Schiller

Founding Partner of the Aspen Leadership Group, joins Futures in Fundraising podcast to share tips for advancing your career in development. Ron explains how the transferable skills from his background in the arts set him up for success in fundraising.

Newsworthy

  • Fake news in fundraising and college endowments

FAKE NEWS ON ENDOWMENTS!

O.K., so it’s not really fake news. But most folks keeping up on current events over the last year would think colleges are hoarding millions and even billions of dollars that could be used to help students and their families offset the increasing cost to attend. Although that is not the case...

  • On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

What defines a successful board? How do institutions determine what matters most on their campus grounds? Rick Legon, President of AGB shares insights on the podcast.

  • Fundraising Blog: Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Data collected by the Humanities Indicators Project of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences shows that current public funding for the humanities through the National Endowment for the Humanities and state humanities councils approaches $175-million.

Newsworthy

  • Fake news in fundraising and college endowments

FAKE NEWS ON ENDOWMENTS!

O.K., so it’s not really fake news. But most folks keeping up on current events over the last year would think colleges are hoarding millions and even billions of dollars that could be used to help students and their families offset the increasing cost to attend. Although that is not the case...

  • On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

On Board and Institutional Governance: Insights from AGB President, Rick Legon

What defines a successful board? How do institutions determine what matters most on their campus grounds? Rick Legon, President of AGB shares insights on the podcast.

  • Fundraising Blog: Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Why I Give: The Personal History of a Citizen Historian

Data collected by the Humanities Indicators Project of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences shows that current public funding for the humanities through the National Endowment for the Humanities and state humanities councils approaches $175-million.