Buffeted by Economic Headwinds
To no one’s surprise, the inaugural NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments details an ill wind for investment performance in FY09. How can we gain equilibrium in FY10?
To predict how well endowments can weather economic volatility, investment managers can conduct modeling of the risk spectrum. What they learn can allow them to consider inherent interconnections and trade-offs that affect results.
Regular, Express, or Online
Responding to expanding technology and a faltering economy, higher education is serving up a wide array of educational choices. Who ordered the two-year, no-frills degree?
Single Provider, Multiple Choices
Compliance with new 403(b) regulations is reason to review other elements of your retirement plans. At Pepperdine University, that process led to vendor consolidation without losing control or investment choice.
Allies in Ensuring Access to Higher Education
President Obama has laid down the gauntlet: By 2020, America must produce a higher proportion of college graduates than any other country. John Walda, NACUBO president and CEO, offers his own call to arms, urging that higher education and Department of Education leaders join forces to achieve the administration's vision.
Short news articles based on research surveys and peers’ business experiences that can benefit institutions
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