In Europe, Fund-Raising Lessons From Americans

“It’s tailgating season, when alumni gather in stadium parking lots to enjoy impromptu picnics, cheer on the college team – and fend off requests for donations. But try telling Andrew Hamilton, Oxford University’s affable vice chancellor, that part of his difficulty in raising money may stem from the fact that the British do not tailgate, and he suddenly turns argumentative …” (more)

[DD Guttenplan, Chronicle of Higher Education, 5 September]


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