According to the results of a recent informal poll, Associations Now readers rate themselves as average when it comes to social media savvy. Check out some of the other findings.
After a follow-up report on the potential safety concerns of artificial turf aired on national TV last week, several groups came out stating there’s no conclusive evidence that the synthetic surface is dangerous.
As the deadline to install positive train control systems on U.S. railroads approaches, several groups representing the water industry are warning of the costs to clean water should Congress not act to allow more time to install the technology. Congressional regulations on rail safety are having an unintended effect on the water industry. Under the […]
Several countries are clamping down on nongovernmental organizations. This summer, Cambodia became the latest country to consider placing greater restrictions on nongovernmental organizations operating within its borders. The Southeast Asian nation’s parliament passed legislation in July that would allow it to disband international and domestic NGOs should their activity allegedly jeopardize the country’s stability and […]
If you get hacked, you might as well find the humor in it. That the American Library Association’s takeaway after it lost control of its Facebook page.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals isn’t the only association to revamp its image and strategy as it approached a milestone anniversary.
On the cusp of its 100th birthday, and with a new executive director and strategic plan in hand, the National Association of Secondary School Principals decided it was time to reimagine itself.
To celebrate National Love Your Lawyer Day on November 6, the American Lawyers Public Image Association is asking people to limit their lawyer-related jabs.
Respondents of a new survey from the Internet Marketing Association reported strong benefits of mentorship. Find out some tips for ensuring a successful mentoring relationship.
”Every tattoo tells a story,” says the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art. The new group was formed to help preserve tattoos of the deceased for their families and loved ones.