NACC News: June/July 2017
"Nonprofit and Philanthropy Parables and Cases: What We Learn from the Stories We Tell”
Please join us on July 31 through August 2, 2017 at our biennial conference hosted by Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis, Indiana.
To become a sponsor and to register please go to http://www.nonprofit-academic-centerscouncil.org/events/.
Please join us on July 31 through August 2, 2017 at our biennial conference hosted by Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
To become a sponsor and to register please go to http://www.nonprofit-academic-centers-council.org/events/.
We thank the following organizations and invite you to consider becoming a NACC sponsor.
May 1, 2017
NACC is pleased to welcome the Nonprofit Management Program in The School of Arts, Sciences and Business at Notre Dame Maryland University as an Associate Member. We look forward to working with the faculty and staff of our newest institutional member.
Dr. Heather Carpenter
Assistant Professor of Business and Nonprofit Management and Program Coordinator of the MA in Nonprofit Management degree program.
The M.A. in Nonprofit Management degree program was established in 1999 and serves nonprofit employees in the Baltimore area. With the assistance of executives in local nonprofits both large and small, a 36-credit curriculum was developed to address the unique challenges of nonprofit leadership and management while also teaching the fundamentals of nonprofit business operations.
April 06, 2017
NACC 2017 Biennial Conference Overview
The NACC Biennial conference brings together academics, scholars, practitioners, and administrators
from around the world to discuss, learn, and share tactics and methods that support and build
university-based educational programs focused on nonprofit and philanthropic studies. Topics for
conversation include instruction, pedagogy, research, and substantive issues in education and
administration. NACC invites papers from interested member institutions, their faculty affiliates,
graduate students, and other members of the nonprofit community. Proposals will be considered by a
review committee, and final manuscripts must be of scholarly quality.