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April is Celebrate Diversity Month, an opportunity to explore and honor the heritage and cultural traditions of those in our campus communities. The aim is to create a sense of belonging among students, staff, and faculty, and to foster a sense of cultural awareness and fluency. Refining this awareness is a vital part of the higher education experience.
Job seekers do a lot of waiting -- waiting to hear from employers, waiting for a promotion, and waiting for job opportunities to arise. So, how can you wait, other than patiently? Justin Zackal shares some tips from Kate Sweeny, professor of psychology at the University of California, Riverside, adding commentary specific to job seekers.
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted normal communications with alumni as well as other constituencies and limited opportunities for meetings with alumni and other donor prospects. As we prepare to safely resume operations in the near future, it's a good time to review our approach to volunteers and prospective donors. Robert A. Scott discusses the five I's that are key to engaging alumni and friends.