Rosie Tarlton, B.A. student was featured in a recent inside IUPUI article.
Recovered Riley kid gives back with IUPUI Jagathon
February 23—Mott Chair Community Foundations Workshop (Mark Sidel)
Philanthropy in a New Era: The Future of the Community Foundation Business Model
Philanthropy Research Workshop
February 14—Yan Long, Assistant Professor, School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University
“The Contradictory Impact of Transnational AIDS Institutions on State Repression in China, 1989-2013”
February 21—James C. Cox, Director, Noah Langdale Jr. Chair in Economics; Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar; Director, Experimental Economics Center, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University
"Moral Costs and Rational Choice: Theory and Experimental Evidence"
February 28—Dana Brakman Reiser, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
"The Social Enterprise Life Cycle"
Staff/Faculty Activities, Awards, and Publications
Patrick Rooney, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, is involved with two faculty searches: Charles Stewart Mott Chair in Community Foundations and Professor of Philanthropic Studies.
February 14— Understanding Fundraising conference in Canterbury, England, hosted by the University of Kent’s Centre for Philanthropy
Sarah Nathan (Associate Director, Public Programs, The Fund Raising School), Genevieve Shaker (Assistant Professor), and Ruth Hansen (Doctoral Candidate) gave invited presentations.
- Dr. Nathan was the keynote speaker and presented, “Fundraisers in the 21st Century.”
- Dr. Shaker presented a paper, “From college agents to development professionals: today’s higher education fundraisers,” and was a panelist for, “Understanding fundraising: what don’t we know and what can we do about it?”
- Ms. Hansen presented a paper, “Discretion is key: some factors in fundraisers’ interpersonal communications with donors.”
- The February conference was attended by some 150 practitioners and academics from around England.
Article from the University of Kent
Katie Herrold, assistant professor of philanthropic studies, with co-authors, Neal Caren and Sarah Gaby published an article, “Economic Breakdown and Collective Action” in the journal Social Problems. Read the article.
February 2—Katie Herrold, assistant professor of philanthropic studies, presented a paper at the International Studies Association convention in Baltimore, MD, entitled, “Foundation-Government Relations in Mubarak and Post-Mubarak Egypt: Implications for Foundations’ Roles in Political Reform.”
February 11—Charles Bantz, Professor & Chancellor Emeritus, IUPUI, presented "Servant Leadership: Then & Now" as the keynote address to the Emerging Leaders Workshop sponsored by IUPUI Honors College.
Laura Littlepage’s article “Fostering Public Service by Linking Benefits to Community, Campus, and Students: A Case Study” was accepted for publication in the International Society for Third-Sector Research for the 12th International Conference Working Paper series.
Richard Steinberg wrote a paper with Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Alumna Ellie (Heng) Qu (Assistant Professor, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University) "Charitable Giving in Nonprofit Service Associations: Identities, Incentives, and Gender Differences.” It was accepted for publication in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. She is first author.
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