Eugene R. Tempel Dean Amir Pasic shows the challenges and benefits to improving philanthropy through bridging research and practice.
Eugene R. Tempel Dean Amir Pasic writes we must experience struggles to make the great principles of faith and civic justice our own.
Eugene R. Tempel Dean Amir Pasic dives into Anand Giridharadas’s new book "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World," and illustrates that in the long run, winners reflect who we are.
Discover how generosity has shaped history, its importance in society, and how one current trend in philanthropy is moving away from relying on generosity.
How will collaboration and community-building in philanthropy encourage learning and discovery of new knowledge?
Joining associations provides a space for Americans to learn, promote health, educate the homeless, enhance democracy, and much more. But what happens when our associations move to an online, siloed world?
Being part of the alumni network is a valuable part of the educational experience. As more schools and colleges work to engage “learners,” often called non-traditional students, how does this affect the way we think about alumni?
To engage the world effectively, and to understand yourself, you need to understand philanthropy. And the better you understand it the more effective you will be.
Just asking what you read sounds as archaic as all the paper that carries the dramatic flow in the movie The Post. Whether it’s done on a broadsheet or a smartphone, reading is how we do our daily work and how we understand what’s happening.