ARNOVA’s Common Interest Groups
The purpose of a Common Interest Group is to encourage groups of individuals to come together in an organic and flexible way around shared intellectual topics or professional concerns. These groups can be created for the purpose of networking, exchange of information, development of new fields of investigation or around other emerging opportunities. Members are reminded that ARNOVA is committed to being multi-disciplinary; thus discipline-based groups are discouraged.
For additional information on the CIGs, contact information is below.
ARNOVA NP3 Common Interest Group
Roseanne M. Mirabella Ph.D.
Seton Hall University
Civil Society in the Middle East Common Interest Group
Dr. Michal Almog-Bar
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dr. Catherine Herrold
Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Critical Perspectives Common Interest Group
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Portland State University
Emerging Scholars on Chinese Nonprofit Research (ESCN)
Ji Ma, Ph.D. candidate
Bin Chen, Ph.D. candidate
Renmin University of China
Shuoyan Li, Ph.D. candidate
Global Issue and Transnational Actors (GITA) Common Interest Group
Paloma Raggo, Ph.D.
Humanities Common Interest Group
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society Common Interest Group
Nonprofit Finance and Financial Management Common Interest Group
Elizabeth A. M. Searing, Ph.D.
University of Albany – State University of New York
Public Policy, Politics, and Law Common Interest Group
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Youth Giving Common Interest Group
Grand Valley State University