"But I Hate Asking for Money": Development Tips for Academic Administrators
Despite the widespread expectation that academic leaders participate in fundraising at their institutions, many administrators feel poorly prepared for development work. After all, they rose to their positions because of their success as teachers and scholars, their record of good management skills, and their ability to mix attention to details with an appreciation for the "big picture" of an institution's needs.
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- "But I Hate Asking for Money": Development Tips for Academic Administrators