Nonprofit Management News
Representing School of Professional Studies graduate programs in Bioethics, Strategic Communication, Sustainability Management, and Nonprofit Management, four extraordinary students will travel the world next year with awards that will send them to Rome, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, and the Arctic Circle.
Nonprofit Management faculty Steve MacLaughlin discusses the data behind Blackbaud's 2016 Charitable Giving Report.
Cindy Lott, the director of Nonprofit Management programs, weighs in on new data about charities, the IRS, and regulatory forms.
Nonprofit Management instructor Tom Watson advises nonprofits to "go on the offense" with the looming agenda of a Donald J. Trump presidency.
“Starting now, foundations and donors of all types should be speaking up and talking about the ways our communities benefit from grant makers of all sizes and types,” writes Nonprofit Management instructor Henry Berman.
Cindy M. Lott, Esq., Richard Feiner, John Tyler, Sue Santa, Amanda Broun, and Vernetta Walker spoke at the annual National Association of Attorneys General and National Association of State Charity Officials conference.
As the presidential election season roars on, so, too, does the media and public’s scrutiny and criticism of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s roles in their respective philanthropic foundations.
Nonprofit management professor Robert Wahlers shares his expertise in a new article for The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Marcia Stepanek, a media strategy and communications professor in the Nonprofit Management program, reports on the ways that voters can potentially play a role in elections through their use of social media.
Cindy Lott, the Nonprofit Management Program Director, leads a major first in nonprofits: a report that is the first systematic analysis of state charities regulation and its complexities in the United States.