All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘donor participation’

“Campy and Awkward… Put a Smile on My Face”

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More evidence that the crack communications’n'fundraising team at Davidson—a well-oiled machine with a heart—is leadership and service personified:

Multimedia producer Gary Bartholomew, who brought us Here Come the Goats, just sent this compelling link about the latest reaction in the blogosphere to Davidson’s Annual Fund Thank You Video, which has been making viral news around the Web since its release earlier this month.

Cheers, and yes, thanks again to all the donors who made this another banner year for Davidson’s national leadership in alumni participation! (Dodger thanks you, too; somebody got to buy kibble.)

Click for Thank You video.

Mailbag: Thank You, Bravo, Go Fish, and a Whole Lotta Lovin’

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Bobble On. In case you haven’t yet witnessed the stellar thespian turn of President John Kuykendall ’59, Associate Dean of Students Kathy Bray ’85 and a bevy of grateful Davidson students—or if you just want to see it one more time—the 2011 Davidson College Annual Fund Thank You Video is going viral. Ingrid Love Harding ’91 was so impressed by the AF thank you video that she forwarded it to Katya at the Non Profit Marketing Blog who in turn posted it on the APRA LinkedIn discussion board. Go, Ingrid! Go, Katya!

Boye in Carmina Burana. Click for article.

“Electrifying!” Professor and Chair of Physics Dan Boye —also renowned as an opera baritone, who sang Baron Douphol in Opera Carolina’s February production of La Traviata, among other roles—has been striking the right chords with researchers in China, too, to develop thin film solar cells. Bravo, bravo!

Survival of the Fishest. Coleen Jose ’12 recently published Fishing for Survival: How a Global Market is Shaping One Island Community in The Huffington Post. “Coleen Jose is currently on grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the Dean Rusk International Studies Program at Davidson College,” reads her byline tag.

Not Just Kidding Around. Laurie Ballenger ’89 and her husband are adopting five (5) children from Lithuania—and they still have time to blog at Adventures in Familyland. That’s a lot of love.