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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

UW Cuts 34 in Fundraising Department

Due to losses sustained by its investment endowment, the University of Washington will cut 34 full-time fundraisers from its Advancement office and reduce 16 full-time positions to part-time status.

Full-text article by Clay Holtzman is available via The Puget Sound Business Journal, 3.2009.

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At June 4, 2024 at 8:20 AM , Blogger vegitajames said...

This is an encouraging development for the University of Washington. The reduction in the fundraising department indicates a more efficient use of resources, which will ultimately benefit students and the institution as a whole. With fewer staff members, the remaining team can focus on strategic initiatives that will maximize fundraising efforts. Orden Protección tribunal distrito Nueva Jersey
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