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Campaign Wartburg

Though Wartburg College was in sound financial shape, Board Chair Fred Hagemann was uneasy.

Choose to Be Great – The Boston University Campaign

Brent D. Maher

After a series of crises in leadership, governance, and public opinion, Boston University’s new President Robert Brown initiates a comprehensive strategic planning process designed to strengthen the institution’s public image and internal confidence.

Institutional Advancement at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (A)

Historically, advancement had not been a priority at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Freeman Hrabowski, the charismatic new president, wanted to change that.

Institutional Advancement at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (B)

In less than four years, the UMBC capital campaign exceeded its goals. The Office of Institutional Advancement has grown into a well-funded and staffed organization.

Institutional Advancement at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (C)

After two decades of unprecedented growth and development, the future appears bright for UMBC. The completion of two successful capital campaigns, improvements in faculty quality and research activity, growth of the physical plant, and an increasing number of vibrant university/corporate partnerships result in institutional improvements that garner national attention.

The Campaign for Spelman College

Bryan McAllister-Grande

At the close of her presidency, Spelman College President Beverly Tatum reflects on one of her many notable accomplishments, The Campaign for Spelman College.

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