For deans – and those who aspire to be one – raising money is one of the toughest skills to master. And with colleges increasingly reliant on private donors to keep academic programs alive, more administrators are expected to be good at it.
This collection of articles and essays from Idea Lab, our section devoted to helping colleges solve problems, offers insight for both new and experienced deans. It includes:
- Lessons on how to court a foundation
- How to create successful partnerships with your development office
- Ideas for the role faculty can play in asking for donations
Get this Idea Lab collection today to become a better fund-raising administrator.
Date: April 12, 2018
Digital file size: 1.0 MB