With budget cuts leaving many of them with shortfalls, some community colleges are dedicating new attention to staying connected to their graduates.
Increase only marginally exceeds rate of inflation, survey finds.
Donors impressed by Bucknell's handling of a scandal give university its third-largest gift.
Colleges, fearing reductions in charitable giving, argue strongly against Republican proposals to limit deductions.
University of Dundee -- with help from crime writers -- has an unusual approach to raising money for a teaching mortuary.
After 3 years during which many colleges were cautious on fund-raising goals, 3 universities roll out campaigns of at least $1 billion in October, a vote of confidence in an uncertain philanthropy environment.
Oxford denies that its deal with L'Oréal endangers academic freedom, but an "unfortunately phrased" job description leaves some skeptical.
Many professors are wary of their campuses’ development offices. In the debut of a new column, Elizabeth H. Simmons explains how successful interactions can help the faculty and the institution alike.
Florida State finds nothing inappropriate in two faculty hires, but says pact with foundation could have led to "undue outside influence."
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