Philanthropy Ambassadors Club (PAC)—undergraduates
- October 6—Life After Undergrad: Panel
- October 13—Peer Advising Night
- October 21—Pumpkin Carving Party
February 18-19, 2016
Hoosier Philanthropy: Understanding the Past, Planning the Future
The call for papers submission deadline is December 4, 2015. A book based on papers presented at this conference is planned.
If you are interested in presenting, contact Greg Witkowski at email@example.com with questions. The conference will provide an opportunity to engage long-time supporters of the school, as well as invite new collaborators so please forward the call to anyone who may be interested in presenting.
The conference “Hoosier Philanthropy: Understanding the Past, Planning the Future” aims to integrate practice and scholarship, allowing both scholars and practitioners to inform one another. The conference will engage these constituencies in discussions on Indiana’s philanthropic traditions and current practices, as well as preserve the historical roots that still shape today’s philanthropic dynamics.
Faculty Activities, Awards, and Publications
October 2—Patrick Rooney, associate dean for academic affairs and research, attended First Fall 2015 meeting of the Notre Dame Advisory Board, of which Patrick is a member.
On behalf of the school and Dean Pasic, Gene Tempel attended and spoke at Procura's 20th Anniversary conference. Procura continues to be a partner of The Fund Raising School and is the most significant organization enabling the development of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and philanthropy in Mexico and Latin America. Marcela (director of Procura) and Alexis Rovzar both served on our Board of Visitors.
“Congratulations on the 20th Anniversary of the founding of Procura! My colleagues at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, in particular The Fund Raising School, and I are delighted to have you as partners in building and strengthening nongovernmental organizations and philanthropy in Mexico and Latin America.”
-Dean Amir Pasic relayed by Gene Tempel
Gil Latz, Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs, IUPUI; Associate Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana University; Professor of Geography, IUPUI; Affiliate Faculty Member, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Invited panel commentator, Shibusawa Eiichi Kinen Zaidan no Chosen (Rediscovery of the Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation), Japanese Business History Annual Conference, Osaka, Japan, 9 October 2015. The panel coincided with the Japanese publication of the same name, by Fuji Shupan Sha, 2015. The English version of the publication is: Gil Latz, Ed. Rediscovering Shibusawa Eiichi in the 21st Century: The Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation, 1999-2014. The Japan Journal: Tokyo, Japan, 2014.
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