Many of our faculty members collaborated on an outstanding cover article for Stanford Social Innovation Review titled “Eight Myths of US Philanthropy.” Faculty who contributed to the article include: Lehn Benjamin, Pasic, Tyrone Freeman, Patricia Snell Herzog, King, Konrath, Debra Mesch, Osili, Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm, Andrea Pactor, Patrick Rooney, Genevieve Shaker, and Pamala Wiepking. Special thanks are due to Abby Rolland Price and Milway for their assistance.
Christianity Today published a review of King’s newly published book, God’s Internationalists: World Vision and the Age of Evangelical Humanitarianism, and his discussion of how that organization shows how American evangelicals came to understand themselves in a global context in the 20th century.
Forbes published an article by Pactor about the ways in which women are leading through philanthropy, as revealed in WPI’s research reports. She also discussed WPI’s latest report, All In For Women & Girls.
Financial Advisor quoted Osili and cited our tax policy research and our research for Giving USA 2019 in a column about the impact on charitable giving from recent changes in the tax code as well as
An article by Freeman, “400 years of black giving: From the days of slavery to the 2019 Morehouse graduation,” was published by The Conversation and picked up by TIME, the Atlanta Tribune, the Harrisburg, PA, Patriot News, the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, The Good Men Project, and Raw Story.
Nonprofit Quarterly published an article by Rooney about the decline in the number of medium- and small-gift donors.
Nonprofit Quarterly cited our research on donor-advised funds in an article about whether such funds should be regulated.
Indianapolis Business Journal quoted Dean Pasic in an article about Lilly Endowment Inc. awarding grants over the last three years to help several Indiana human service agencies start endowments of their own.
Freeman was a featured guest on the African American public affairs weekly program “Bring it On” on WFHB Public Radio in Bloomington, which focused on the Soul of Philanthropy exhibit in Columbus and the importance of Black Philanthropy Month.
Indianapolis Business Journal published an article by Shariq Siddiqui about donor-advised funds.
Mondaq reported on findings from the Giving USA report about recent trends in the nonprofit landscape, donor advised funds, and looking at the future of giving in 2020 and beyond.
Pro Bono Australia discussed women’s impact on the growing global impact investing market. This article quoted the 2018 Giving USA Report and research done on charitable giving done by women and men.
Building Indiana published an article based on findings from Dr. Kirsten Grønbjerg’s Indiana Nonprofits: Information Technology Resources and Challenges study.
The St. Louis American recognized Andre Grinston and Carlos Graham as recipients of our Certificate of Fund Raising Management from The Fund Raising School. Grinston serves as the interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations at Lincoln University. Graham is chief of staff to the president of Lincoln University.
Broadway World – Indianapolis mentioned that Pamala Dyar has taken courses at our school in an article about her new position as executive director of the Indiana Conference for Women.