The Theories, Issues, Boundaries Section (TIBS) is launching the Felice Davidson Perlmutter Award for the best conference paper that promises to advance knowledge of theory, issues, and/or boundaries in nonprofit sector research. The award emphasizes the interplay between theory and practice, and will be given for the first time at ARNOVA 2016. More details and submission guidelines will be announced shortly via ARNOVA-L.
Felice Davidson Perlmutter is Professor Emeritus at the School of Social Administration at Temple University. She is author of 11 books and more than 80 articles in the areas of social administration, nonprofit organizations, and social policy. Felice’s commitment to social justice and social change has been an important catalyst in the field of nonprofit and voluntary studies, and this award recognizes the profound contribution that she gave to both TIBS and ARNOVA.
Award-related questions should be directed to email@example.com, or to members of the award committee: Eleanor Brilliant (firstname.lastname@example.org), Wolfgang Bielefeld (email@example.com), and Brent Never (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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