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Dr. E. Heilman Bruce

Chancellor

University of Richmond School of Law

Direct Phone: (804) ***-****       

University of Richmond School of Law

28 Westhampton Way

Richmond, Virginia 23173

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

National Spokesperson
The Greatest Generations Foundation

President
Meredith College

Affiliations

Board Member
Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation

Board Member
Marine Corps Heritage Foundation

Vice Chair of the Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees
CU

Member
American Tree Farm System

Treasurer
Georgetown College

Education



Campbellsville University

B.A.

Peabody College

M.A.

Peabody College

Ph. D.

Peabody College

doctoral degree
fields of business and educational administration
Peabody College

earned master's Degree
fields of business and educational administration
Peabody College

several honorary doctorates

Tatung Institute of Technology

undergraduate degree

Web References (191 Total References)


Fundraising | David E. Powers

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That's the takeaway phrase from my lunch meeting the other day with Dr. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.

E BRUCE HEILMAN My friend Billy Burford arranged the luncheon so we could pick Dr. Heilman's brain about fundraising.
...
When Dr. Heilman took over as President of the University of Richmond in 1971, the school was on the verge of bankruptcy. He set out to boldly change the course of the institution. And that's exactly what he's done over his 43-year association with UR.
Today, with a $2 billion endowment, the University of Richmond is on sound financial ground and is one of the most respected, prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world.
Dr. Heilman told us some of his stories. He talked about meeting with one potential donor and telling him about all the bold new initiatives the university was launching. He said he used the word bold several times in his presentation. When he finished, he asked the donor for $500,000. The man replied, "If it's so bold, why didn't you ask for a million? Dr. Heilman upped his ask... and got what he wanted.
He told about the building program in his early days as president. He said they once started construction on a new building before they actually had all the money in hand. The message sent by that bold move: the University is on the move... building and growing. And the result: more donors jumped on the bandwagon and the funds quickly accumulated.
Dr. Heilman was generous with his guidance.


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Tag Archives: Bruce Heilman Faith & Life, Filmmaking, Fundraising, Prodigal Project

Be Bold!
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That's the takeaway phrase from my lunch meeting the other day with Dr. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.
E BRUCE HEILMAN My friend Billy Burford arranged the luncheon so we could pick Dr. Heilman's brain about fundraising.
...
When Dr. Heilman took over as President of the University of Richmond in 1971, the school was on the verge of bankruptcy. He set out to boldly change the course of the institution. And that's exactly what he's done over his 43-year association with UR.
Today, with a $2 billion endowment, the University of Richmond is on sound financial ground and is one of the most respected, prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world.
Dr. Heilman told us some of his stories. He talked about meeting with one potential donor and telling him about all the bold new initiatives the university was launching. He said he used the word bold several times in his presentation. When he finished, he asked the donor for $500,000. The man replied, "If it's so bold, why didn't you ask for a million? Dr. Heilman upped his ask... and got what he wanted.
He told about the building program in his early days as president. He said they once started construction on a new building before they actually had all the money in hand. The message sent by that bold move: the University is on the move... building and growing. And the result: more donors jumped on the bandwagon and the funds quickly accumulated.
Dr. Heilman was generous with his guidance.


That's the takeaway phrase from my ...

davidepowers.com, $reference.date [cached]

That's the takeaway phrase from my lunch meeting the other day with Dr. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.

E BRUCE HEILMAN My friend Billy Burford arranged the luncheon so we could pick Dr. Heilman's brain about fundraising.
...
When Dr. Heilman took over as President of the University of Richmond in 1971, the school was on the verge of bankruptcy. He set out to boldly change the course of the institution. And that's exactly what he's done over his 43-year association with UR.
Today, with a $2 billion endowment, the University of Richmond is on sound financial ground and is one of the most respected, prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world.
Dr. Heilman told us some of his stories. He talked about meeting with one potential donor and telling him about all the bold new initiatives the university was launching. He said he used the word bold several times in his presentation. When he finished, he asked the donor for $500,000. The man replied, "If it's so bold, why didn't you ask for a million? Dr. Heilman upped his ask... and got what he wanted.
He told about the building program in his early days as president. He said they once started construction on a new building before they actually had all the money in hand. The message sent by that bold move: the University is on the move... building and growing. And the result: more donors jumped on the bandwagon and the funds quickly accumulated.
Dr. Heilman was generous with his guidance.


That's the takeaway phrase from my ...

davidepowers.com, $reference.date [cached]

That's the takeaway phrase from my lunch meeting the other day with Dr. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.

E BRUCE HEILMAN My friend Billy Burford arranged the luncheon so we could pick Dr. Heilman's brain about fundraising.
...
When Dr. Heilman took over as President of the University of Richmond in 1971, the school was on the verge of bankruptcy. He set out to boldly change the course of the institution. And that's exactly what he's done over his 43-year association with UR.
Today, with a $2 billion endowment, the University of Richmond is on sound financial ground and is one of the most respected, prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world.
Dr. Heilman told us some of his stories. He talked about meeting with one potential donor and telling him about all the bold new initiatives the university was launching. He said he used the word bold several times in his presentation. When he finished, he asked the donor for $500,000. The man replied, "If it's so bold, why didn't you ask for a million? Dr. Heilman upped his ask... and got what he wanted.
He told about the building program in his early days as president. He said they once started construction on a new building before they actually had all the money in hand. The message sent by that bold move: the University is on the move... building and growing. And the result: more donors jumped on the bandwagon and the funds quickly accumulated.
Dr. Heilman was generous with his guidance.


That's the takeaway phrase from my ...

davidepowers.com, $reference.date [cached]

That's the takeaway phrase from my lunch meeting the other day with Dr. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.

E BRUCE HEILMAN My friend Billy Burford arranged the luncheon so we could pick Dr. Heilman's brain about fundraising.
...
When Dr. Heilman took over as President of the University of Richmond in 1971, the school was on the verge of bankruptcy. He set out to boldly change the course of the institution. And that's exactly what he's done over his 43-year association with UR.
Today, with a $2 billion endowment, the University of Richmond is on sound financial ground and is one of the most respected, prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world.
Dr. Heilman told us some of his stories. He talked about meeting with one potential donor and telling him about all the bold new initiatives the university was launching. He said he used the word bold several times in his presentation. When he finished, he asked the donor for $500,000. The man replied, "If it's so bold, why didn't you ask for a million? Dr. Heilman upped his ask... and got what he wanted.
He told about the building program in his early days as president. He said they once started construction on a new building before they actually had all the money in hand. The message sent by that bold move: the University is on the move... building and growing. And the result: more donors jumped on the bandwagon and the funds quickly accumulated.
Dr. Heilman was generous with his guidance.

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