“The biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw When soliciting gifts or when cultivating donors, you may think your communication is clear, but often that’s [...]
While mostly a lament about the plight of junior faculty, John Warner’s provocative blog on Inside Higher Ed also questions employee giving campaigns. A fellow professor’s tweet, is cited by Warner as being at the heart [...]
This post will not discuss specific vendors or products. No doubt you already know what I am talking about simply because you are hearing from your current vendor. Rather, I want to focus on whether you need to change at all.
Do you know how to talk about endowments? Here are a few facts to help you brush up your endowment IQ.
Meet Judy Anderson, Project Director for Alexander Haas! In this month’s Team Member Spotlight, Judy shares what she loves about working with museums and arts organizations, current industry trends and what brought her to Alexander Haas.
An increasing number of museums and cultural centers are adding community engagement curators (CECs) to their staffs to build two-way conversations about how to make our work more relevant to our neighbors and to give them a voice in what we do within and outside the museum walls.
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...
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.