Matching Donor Interests with Problem-Centered Academic Programs
Department chairs and faculty need to play a larger role in fund-raising than they typically have in the past to appeal to today's donors, say Susan Frost and Larry Hirschhorn, two higher education consultants who have developed a methodology that brings together faculty and the board of trustees to develop programs that address societal issues that donors are interested in.
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