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Glenn College Faculty to Present at ARNOVA

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John Glenn College of Public Affairs faculty and doctoral students will share their research and expertise at this year’s fall research conference for ARNOVA, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action.

ARNOVA is a diverse community of scholars, educators, and practice leaders that strengthens the field of nonprofit and philanthropic research in order to improve civil society and human life. This year’s 51st annual conference, set for Nov. 17-19 in Raleigh, N.C., is designed to create a public conversation on, as well as opportunities for presenting research about, pressing issues and vital opportunities facing the voluntary or nonprofit sector.

Glenn College attendees and their presentations will include:

Theory Information Boundaries Section (TIBS) & Data Analytics Section (DAS) Section Colloquy, Session Chair Megan LePere-Schloop, assistant professor

Evolving Sector Roles and Identities
Long Tran, assistant professor, presents For-profit wine in nonprofit bottles? Nonprofit charter schools sub-contracting with for-profit education management organizations, coauthored with Stéphane Lavertu, professor and director of doctoral studies.

Systematic reviews & theory building
Megan LePere-Schloop, assistant professor, presents Knowledge Integration in Nonprofit Studies: An Empirical Analysis of Twenty Years of Research Articles

Collaboration and community engagement 
Civil society roles in AI governance: Critical perspectives in engagement, presented by Sandy Zook, University of Colorado Denver; coauthored with Megan LePere-Schloop,
assistant professor

Gender and Diversity 
Megan LePere-Schloop,
assistant professor, presents Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Harassment in Fundraising, also authored by Erynn Beaton, assistant professor

Citizen Engagement and Public Service Volunteering
Long Tran, assistant professor, presents Citizen participation and citizen satisfaction: Evidence from Vietnam
Yinglin Ma, doctoral program graduate, presents How Community Service Volunteers Learn: The Role of Service Self-efficacy and Perceived Managerial Support

NVSQ at 50:  The State of the Field and The Future (Part II)
Megan LePere-Schloop,
assistant professor, presents Disciplinary Contributions to Nonprofit Studies: A Twenty-Year Empirical Mapping of Journals Publishing Nonprofit Research and Journal Citations by Nonprofit Scholars, coauthored with alumna Rebecca Nesbit, University of Georgia

Researching Philanthropy, Striving Toward Justice
Maham Ali, doctoral student, presents #BlackLivesMatter and Social Justice Philanthropy, coauthored by Megan LePere-Schloop, associate professor.