Investing in Higher Education - 5:15
with Michael Westfall, Vice President for University Advancement - Oakland University
Posted Jul 09, 2019
According to a report conducted by the Michigan League for Public Policy between 2003 and 2017, Michigan cut University funding by more than $262 million, a 30% decrease in public support after adjusting for inflation. Michael Westfall, Vice President for Advancement at Oakland University talks about the importance of managing relationships with alumni and fundraising for higher education.
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