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There is no other institution in the United States like Harvard when it comes to having the most well-off graduates.
Centre College is one of the chosen few capitalizing on a huge gift from the Schuler Education Foundation to improve outcomes. Generous donors are climbing on, too.
Robert Brown joins other esteemed leaders from MIT, Harvard and Tufts to step away during the pandemic.
Huston-Tillotson hires Southern University’s Melva Williams as its second consecutive female president.
Bowdoin enhances its legacy of giving with new policy will open up opportunities for international students, regardless of ability to pay.
As the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, Penn State’s THON — a 46-hour dance marathon — has mastered on-campus fundraising by continually adapting their programs, technology, and experience to […]
The Boards at North Georgia and Wayne State will be searching for new leaders to replace Bonita Jacobs and M. Roy Wilson.
Barnard College's leader for the past five years says she is 'deeply moved by what lies ahead' for the Ivy League school.
Kroll says university leaders will be transparent but also acknowledges ‘serious hardships’ lie ahead.
NYU’s Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and the Knight Foundation call the lack of transparency concerning.
Almost half don't come from alumni, a testament to the importance of forging connections with other supporters.
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