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Mark Sidel - Political Control and the Regulation of Nonprofits in China and India: New Developments and Comparative Perspectives

Professor Sidel’s presentation will focus on the new tools for political control and regulation of the nonprofit and charitable community in China, India and other parts of Asia.Zoom Recording…

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Claire Dunning - Funding the Urban North: Philanthropy, Policy, and Racial Equity "After" Civil Rights

Dunning will discuss how philanthropy shaped U.S. cities in the decades after the civil rights movement.

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Scott Winship - Measuring the Social Capital of People and Places

Scott Winship will summarize his work with others to develop social capital indicators for places and for individuals. The concept of social capital has been defined inconsistently, even among…

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David Suarez - Democratizing the Plutocracy? Philanthropic Foundations and the Emergence of Participatory Grantmaking

A growing number of private foundations are experimenting with power-sharing innovations like participatory grantmaking, and the presentation will provide an overview of this nascent phenomenon and…

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Fine-tune your class with a Course Map

Mapping your course will tangibly show how course and module objectives, assessments, learning activities, and content assignments are aligned and work together in a well-designed course. It helps…

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Bhekinkosi Moyo and Wycliffe Ouma - Thirty Years of the Ford Foundation in Southern Africa and Implications for Foundation Funding in Africa in the Next Three Decades

The study uses historical grants data from 1953 to 2023 to analyze the next role for the Ford Foundation in Southern Africa within the context of new challenges and the rise of African philanthropy.

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Maarten B.T. de Groot - Giving: Good for the Donee, but also for the Donor

Multi-year research, interviewing and analyzing 200 ultra-high-net-worth families across five continents, has shown how family social capital is important to enhance collective family action to…

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Heading in the Right Direction: Developing Good Learning Objectives

Presented by Reiley Noe

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Lauren Carruth - Refugees without Refuge: Migration as Escape When Asylum and Protection Fail

Carruth looks at how asylum systems might change and expand to provide protection to the increasing number of labor migrants who are also refugees. Zoom Recording ID: 87960485146 UUID:…

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Jennifer Wei & Kathleen Badejo - Organizational Strengthening for Nonprofits: Lessons and Trends

Wei and Badejo share trends & practices in nonprofit capacity strengthening. Zoom Recording ID: 82520987611 UUID: BwV19eEBT/KDGz+91Eidjg== Meeting Time: 2023-09-26 03:43:10pmGMT

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Bruce McDonald & David Lasby - Shifting Power Dynamics: Benchmarking Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Practices in the Canadian Nonprofit Sector

Zoom Recording ID: 83484600218 UUID: vxsUGYCQRnWG4uH7n1eoGQ== Meeting Time: 2023-09-19 03:41:33pmGMT

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Dana Brakman - For-Profit Philanthropy: Elite Power and the Threat of Limited Liability Companies, Donor Advised Funds, and Strategic Corporate Philanthropy

Zoom Recording ID: 84378074857 UUID: 8ojJw4grQcugcX/OD+atJQ== Meeting Time: 2023-09-12 03:38:38pmGMT\ This presentation explores a migration of norms into philanthropy that strains public trust in…

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Workshop 3 Video Presentation

Video presentation of Team 1 on Twitter turnaround strategy. Jan 30, 2023. Cast: Team 1Abhishek Bais Pierre Beaunegre Tej Bhinde Christopher Jackson Joshua Naylor

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Canvas Updates Fall 2022

A summary of Canvas updates from May 2022 through December 2022

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Adobe Premier Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush for beginners. Presented by David Rainbolt Zoom Recording ID: 8129412506 UUID: kiD0V8KrT8CjxCS0KUpAYw== Meeting Time: 2022-11-15 08:54:53pm

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Inclusive Teaching Practices

We often hear about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, but what does inclusivity mean for teaching practices? Join ILTE Director Greg Kordsmeier as we discuss why inclusive pedagogy is important,…

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Faculty Innovator Showcase - Jean Abshire

Zoom Recording ID: 8129412506 UUID: eW7ysttdSFiSekH0VrDCYA== Meeting Time: 2022-09-27 04:18:58pm

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WIM + GMC | Dr. Mintzi Martinez-Rivera, “Decolonial Ethnographic Approaches to Social Justice Research” (March 26, 2021)

This event is offered in partnership with the Graduate Mentoring Center.Dr. Mintzi Auanda Martínez-Rivera is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and…

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Fake News and Critical Thinking

Facilitated by Dr. Margot Morgan, School of Social SciencesTeaching students how to quickly tell the difference between “fake news” and real news is essential for the future of our…

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WIM | Dr. Kosali Simon and Dr. Coady Wing, “How Has COVID-19 Affected Job Markets Worldwide?” (February 26, 2021)

This presentation starts by discussing how COVID-19 has affected job markets worldwide, key questions, methods, and data sources used. I will then focus on the research my colleagues and I have…

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WIM | Dr. Richard Benton, “Firm Partisan Political Positioning, Affective Polarization, and Risk Communication: Examining Firms’ Voluntary Disclosures on COVID-19” (February 12, 2021)

COVID-19 is among the most salient issues in the world presently, and for many current executives, it is likely to be among the greatest challenges they will face. Upon entering the U.S. context, the…

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WIM | Dr. Julia Rivera Drew, “An Introduction to IPUMS Health Surveys: Harmonized versions of the National Health Interview and Medical Expenditure Panel Surveys” (February 5, 2021)

This talk builds on last week’s introduction to IPUMS, given by my colleague Kari Williams. Targeting social scientists interested in health research, I will provide an in-depth exploration of…

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WIM | Kari Williams, "Using IPUMS Data for Health-Related Research" (January 29, 2021)

IPUMS provides free census and survey data from around the world. We receive funding from the NIH and NSF to make data more accessible to researchers by making them comparable across time and space.…

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WIM | Helge-Johannes Marahrens, “Text Mining in Python for Social Scientists” (October 23, 2020)

Textual data are central to the social sciences. However, they often require several pre-processing steps before they can be utilized for statistical analyses. This workshop introduces a range of…

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WIM | Helge-Johannes Marahrens and Anne Kavalerchik, "Introduction to Python for Social Scientists" (September 11, 2020)

Python has become the lead instrument for data scientists to collect, clean, and analyze data. As a general-purpose programming language, Python is flexible and well-suited to handle large datasets.…

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