Internationality, Diversity, and Responsiveness in Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies Curricula
July 19-21, 2023
Auburn Hotel and Conference Center
NACC’s 2023 biennial conference, hosted by Auburn University, brings together a global network of researchers and practitioners for discussion, reflection, and sharing of research, resources and best practices surrounding nonprofit/NGO higher education. This year’s themes include:
Monday, May 15, 2023 at 2:00 to 3:30 pm EST
Convened by Nuri Heckler, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska Omaha
The Florida legislature is engaging in an innovative cultural legal experiment that draws from historical movements like the Christianization of the Iberian peninsula, the revision of the Civil War by the Daughters of the Confederacy, and Gross Indecency Codes. In preparation for the May 24 submission deadline to #ARNOVA23 in Orlando, this teach-in will explore the similarities and differences between the Floridian culture code and these historical cultural programs before asking what academic associations should and can do in response.
The 2021 NACC Member Meeting was held in advance of the ARNOVA Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on November 17, 2021. Agenda items included accreditation, strategic planning, and curricular guidelines updates.