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ERIC Number: ED362129
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 166
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-89964-298-5
ISSN: N/A
Student Advancement Programs: Shaping Tomorrow's Alumni Leaders Today.
Todd, Barbara Tipsord, Ed.
This volume discusses the ways to get college students involved in helping advance their college both before and after graduation. The book's five sections contain papers on student advancement programs, their focus and structure, advising student advancement programs, programs and events, and preparing for the future. Paper titles are: (1) "Advancing the Institution: The Role of Student Advancement Programs" (James L. Lanier, Jr.); (2) "Breaking Ground: Student Advancement Programs from the Start" (M. Gwinn Earle); (3) "The Great Debate: Choosing between Open and Selective Membership" (Nancy M. Dysart); (4) "Visible Differences: Promoting Your Student Advancement Group on Campus" (Terry D. Espeseth); (5) "Getting with the Program: Student Alumni Groups on Campus" (John C. Quakenbush); (6) "The Student Variable: Calculating an Equation for Student Fund-raising Success" (Anita Story); (7) "Student Ambassadors: Help for Communications and Admissions" (Mark A. Jastorff and Kevin J. Thompson); (8) "Keeping with Tradition: Student Advancement Programs at Urban and Commuter Institutions" (Scott R. Williams); (9) "The Adviser's View: An Investment with Unbeatable Returns" (Barbara T. Todd); (10) "More Than Meets the Eye: The Role of the Student Advancement Group Adviser" (Innes van Nostrand); (11) "Making Time: Student Advancement Programs in the One-Person Shop" (Charles E. Brictson); (12) "Money Matters: Managing the Fiscal Side of Your Student Advancement Program" (Nancy E. Rinaldi); (13) "Student Leadership Training: An Investment in Your Alumni of Tomorrow" (Keith E. Brant); (14) "Fond Farewells: Keeping The Student Spirit Alive after Graduation" (Dana W. Bolar); (15) "Graduating with Honors: Planning Special Events for Seniors" (Julie Larson); (16) "Surviving the Job Search: Career Programs for Students and Alumni" (Ann G. Lloyd); (17) "Family Affairs: Establishing Parents and Sibling Programs" (LoRae A. Hamilton); (18) "Student Programs: Creating Ties for Future Alumni" (Tracy L. Kleppinger); (19) "Making the Connection: The Student Alumni Association/Student Foundation Network" (Barbara J. Wright-Chollet); (20) "Student Interns; Cultivating the Next Generation of Advancement Professionals" (Lynn H. Nakada); (21) "The Ultimate Goal: Instilling the Volunteer and Philanthropic Ethic" (Paul B. Chewning). An addenda section includes two papers: "Mission Accomplished: Alumni Sum Up Their Student Advancement Group Experiences" (Karen Davis) and "Best Ideas: Exemplary Student Advancement Group Programs and Events" (Barbara T. Todd). (JB)
CASE Publications Order Department, P.O. Box 90386, Washington, DC 20090-0386 ($31, CASE members; $37, nonmembers).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Books
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, DC.