April 23, 2014 4:50 pm
Join Advancement Live co-host, Ryan Catherwood, on Tuesday, April 29th at 1pm for a broadcast featuring three unique topics.
Topic 1: The Game of Giving – an Innovative Online Interactive Game to Foster Alumni Giving”.
Introducing the team who helped a European business school triple the alumni giving participation rate in six weeks, and eventually reaching the campaign goal of beating Stanford’s participation result. They were invited to annual CASE conference in Manchester last year to speak about the unorthodox approach. Here is a short video on the case: vimeo.com/sserigaalumni/platform
Topic 2: Developing a Global Engagement Program
The forces of change in higher education have been accelerated by the economic, political and cultural changes of the 21st century. Internationalization encompasses the strategies, policies and practices that institutions adopt to cope with, and capitalize on, this environment. And, in order to advance an institution´s international strategy and the associated benefits it can provide, there must be an effective global engagement program in place.
Read John’s article from the Financial Times called, “The importance of engaging alumni overseas.”
Topic: Alumni Relations at a Collegiate Unit Level
Jon will discuss some of his findings as the Director of Alumni Relations at the College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota. His segment will deal with keys to collaboration across the university, how to build strong connections within each department, strategies for social media and benchmarking.
This show was sponsored by
iModules Software is the leading constituent engagement management provider for educational institutions. iModules delivers an integrated, online platform that transforms how institutions strengthen constituent relationships and achieve fundraising success.