November 16-19—ARNOVA’s 46th Annual Conference
Strengthening Local Communities:
The Role of Nonprofit and Philanthropic Organizations
The school was a sponsor.
Grand Rapids, MI
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November 6—Greg Rathnow, assistant director of recruitment, and Luke Bickel, associate director of online programs, attended the Lacy Leadership “Get on Board” event.
November 9—Greg Rathnow, assistant director of recruitment, attended the Indiana Latino Education Summit.
November 15—Luke Bickel, associate director of online programs, presented at the Indiana Habitat for Humanity Conference.
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November 20—“Kindness is where philanthropy begins”
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November 15—2017 IN Philanthropy Awards
Development and The Fund Raising School had a joint table.
Since 1983, the Indiana Philanthropy Awards have honored individuals and organizations who have enhanced philanthropy, the community, and the world through their dedicated efforts, time, leadership, passion, and generosity in Indiana. Past honorees have included some of the foremost philanthropists, leaders, organizations, and corporations in Indiana who have left an indelible mark on communities across the state and beyond.
This year they recognized alumna Taylor Whitaker, B.A. ’15, as the 2017 Outstanding Young Adult.
Philanthropy Research Workshop
November 2—Andrew Jungclaus, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Religion, Columbia University
"Moral Economics, the Foundation, and the Church: Methodology in Philanthropic Studies"
November 7—Katherine K. Chen, Ph.D. (Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Sociology, City College of New York and the Graduate Center, CUNY).
“Plan Your Burn, Burn Your Plan:' How Decentralization, Storytelling, and Communification can Support Participatory Practices."
November 14—Guy Schultz, research fellow, The Institute for Law and Philanthropy, Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University
"Theories of Justice and Philanthropy"
November 28—Samantha Majic, Associate Professor of Political Science, City University of New York and Dept. of Gender Studies, UCLA
"Sex Work(ers) and the Third Sector: Research and advocacy from the ground up"
November 30—Jason Brennan Tocqueville Program Talk
Is It Time to Try Alternatives to Democracy?
Staff/Faculty Activities, Awards, and Publications
November 16-19—Dwight Burlingame was recognized for his years of service to ARNOVA as its treasurer and board member at the annual conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
November 18-21—Katie Herrold, assistant professor of philanthropic studies, participated in the Middle East Studies Association annual convention in Washington D.C. She presented a paper written with co-author, Dr. Mona Atia (George Washington University), entitled, “Governing Through Patronage: The rise of NGOs and the fall of civil society in Palestine and Morocco.”
Patrick Dwyer, assistant professor of philanthropic studies, published “The Helping Orientations Inventory: Measuring Propensities to Provide Autonomy and Dependency Help,” with co-authors Alexander Maki (Vanderbilt University), Joseph Vitriol (Lehigh University), John Kim (Lesley University), and Mark Snyder (University of Minnesota). Their paper appeared in the European Journal of Social Psychology.
Charles R. Bantz facilitated the panel “Our Legacy: Making a Difference; Our Relevance: Translating Research into Practice,” at the National Communication Association Convention in Dallas, Texas.
Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm co-wrote an article with Lise Vesterlund and Huan Xie titled “Why Do People Give? Testing Pure and Impure Altruism” that was published in the American Economic Review. It’s about how to measure altruism, and the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy funded the experiment described in the article. Read the highlights>
Richard Gunderman’s latest book on philanthropy was recently published, We Come to Life with Those We Serve Fulfillment through Philanthropy.
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