The athletic organization announced new standards and safeguards for attendees and participants at collegiate sporting events in states that have passed legislation believed to be discriminatory against gay or transgender people. Reaction to the restrictions has been mixed.
The National Stroke Association launched program to raise public awareness around stroke and its symptoms.
An association research expert says we're spending too much time conducting surveys on member needs and not enough on strategic goals.
Don't let your association's voice be lost in the confusion of the presidential race; follow these advocacy tips to stay above the fray. Plus: Social media contest best practices.
College Signing Day reflects one group’s effort to ease the pressure on students choosing a school.
The American Heart Association, with the help of food service provider Aramark, launched a program to help single mothers prepare healthier meals for their households.
A new study from Heidrick & Struggles and George Mason University has found that many association executives lean on senior staffers or board members when presented with tough decisions on personnel and finances.
The iconic pop star and musician was an active philanthropist, but the scope of the time and energy he gave to various causes wasn't known until his death last week—largely because he preferred to keep his work quiet.
Black abolitionist Harriet Tubman will be the first woman in a century and the first African-American ever to be featured on an American paper bill.
North American associations are often stymied by places like Japan and Great Britain. But one association says there are opportunities there—if you're paying attention.