Indianapolis, IN. - CCA faculty director Doug Noonan and graduate assistant Ted Field have collaborated with the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) to create a casebook documenting how administrators, staff, and faculty have used SNAAP data to help their institutions and programs. The SNAAP has polled over 200,000 arts graduates and advised leaders in training our creative and cultural workers for over a decade.
They interviewed dozens of SNAAP data users and compiled stories about how they utilize SNAAP data to identify possibilities to improve current programs and curriculum, increase efforts to recruit and retain students, increase alumni involvement, grant writing, fundraising, advocacy on campus and beyond.
SNAAP's aim is to maximize the effectiveness and influence of creatives in society by promoting evidence-informed reform in training and revealing the value of arts and design education.
The Casebook is currently prominently displayed on the SNAAP website in multiple locations, and it will serve as a forceful testament to the importance of SNAAP data.