Tuesdays, 12:00-1:15 p.m. (with occasional exceptions) University Hall Room 3011
The Philanthropy Research Workshop is a venue for presenting academic research prior to publication.
The workshop has expanded its disciplinary and methodological scope, and students and faculty will have opportunities for individual meetings with our speakers.
The purposes of the workshop include the following:
- To help students and early career faculty develop as scholars. Workshops illustrate the process of research—problems that come up and how best to deal with them. Workshops expose participants to unfamiliar methodologies that might become part of their analytic toolbox. Workshops expose participants to what’s hot in research. External speakers can meet with students and faculty during their visits, beginning a relationship that can enhance one’s career.
- To build a sense of community and shared knowledge both within the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and beyond. We build a shared sense of purpose, and foster interdisciplinary collaborations across schools, campuses, and disciplinary homes.
- To build the research reputation of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
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