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2020 Awards Recipients

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Each year during the Annual ARNOVA Conference, 12 awards and 5 scholarships are presented to individuals for their outstanding achievements. Throughout the years, these awards and scholarships have positioned ARNOVA as an association that recognizes scholars, leaders and practitioners' accomplishments, promoting and supporting nonprofit an voluntary action research.

 

This year, we will be honoring our awards recipients thought our virtual conference platform, so make sure to check out our Awards Hall and Diversity Hall once they are available on November 12. You will be able to see more information about the Research Awards recipients and some important highlights from our Conference Co-Chairs and staff.

 

Make sure to register to get access to the platform! 


 

 

Outstanding Book Award Virginia A. Hodgkinson Research Book Prize
The Peter Dobkin Hall History of Philanthropy Book Prize
Best 2019 Conference Paper Submission
Gabriel G. Rudney Memorial Award
Outstanding Article in NVSQ
Best Reviewer for NVSQ
ARNOVA Research Award on Philanthropic Impact
RGK-ARNOVA President's Award
UMD Do Good Institute & ARNOVA Award
Distinguished Achievement and Leadership Award
Emerging Scholar Award
  NML Editor's Prize  

 

ARNOVA is proud to present the following Distinguished Achievement award

Distinguished Achievement and Leadership in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research Award

to

Melissa Stone

University of Minnesota


Presented by:

Angela Eikenberry, President, Chair, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Ramon Borges-Mendez, Clark University 
Ramya Ramanath, DePaul University
Yuan (Daniel) Cheng, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota 
Rachel Wimpee, Rockefeller Archive Center 


 

 

ARNOVA is proud to present the following book and paper awards
 

Outstanding Book in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research

 to
Financing Nonprofits and Other Social Enterprises

"Financing Nonprofits and Other Social Enterprises: A Benefits Approach"

by

Dennis Young

Georgia State University - Nonprofit Policy Forum (NPF)

   

Virginia A. Hodgkinson Research Book Prize (Awarded jointly by ARNOVA and Independent Sector)

to

Islamic Education in the United States and the Evolution of Muslim  Nonprofit Institutions

"Islamic Education in the United States and the Evolution of Muslim Nonprofit Institutions"

by

Sabith Khan

California Lutheran University

- and -

Shariq Siddiqui

Indiana University - Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Presented by:

Jessica Sowa, co-chair, School of Public and International Affairs, University of Baltimore

Jurgen Willems, co-chair, Vienna University of Economics and Business

Craig Talmage, Arizona State University

Gabriel Campos, Federal University of Espírito Santo

Heather MacIndoe, University of Massachusetts Boston

Jiwon Suh, The University of Texas at Arlington

Ruth Hansen, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

Sandy Zook, University of Colorado Denver


 

The Peter Dobkin Hall History of Philanthropy Book Prize

to
God's Internationalists: World Vision and the Age of Evangelical  Humanitarianism (Haney Foundation Series): King, David P.: 9780812250961:  Amazon.com: Books

"God's Internationalists: World Vision and the Age of Evangelical Humanitarianism"

by

David King

Indiana University - Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Presented by:

Stephen Porter, Chair History, University of Cincinnati

Dwight Burlingame, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Gregory Witkowski,Columbia University

Tore Olsson, University of Tennessee


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Best 2019 Conference Paper Submission

to


"More Hands than We Originally Thought: W.E.B. DuBois, the Atlanta Conferences, and the Overlooked 'Origins of the Serious Study of Philanthropy'"

by

Tyrone Freeman

Indiana University - Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Presented by:

Joannie Tremblay-Boire, Chair, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland

Aya Okada, Tohoku University

Dyana Mason, University of Oregon
Matthew Bennett, University of Birmingham

   
ARNOVA is proud to present the following awards for research
 

Gabriel G. Rudney Memorial Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research

to 

"Where Does Innovation Come From? Exploring the Dynamic Processes of Organizing and Managing Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation"

by

Jiawei Sophia Fu

Rutgers University

Presented by:

Sheila Cannon, Chair, Business School, Trinity College Dublin

Cassandra Chapman, The University of Queensland
Georg von Schnurbein, Universität Basel

Noah Isserman, University of Illinois

Steven Smith, American Political Science Association
Thang Truong Thi Nam, CFVG/National Economics University

 

Outstanding Article in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ)

to 
 "Spontaneous volunteering in social crises: Self-organization and coordination"

by

Ruth Simsa

University of Economics and Business, Vienna

- and -

Paul Rameder

WU Vienna

- and -

Anahid Aghamanoukjan

Distance Learning University of Applied Sciences Vienna

- and -

Marion Totter

University of Economics and Business, Vienna

Presented by:

Rachel Fyall, Chair, University of Washington

Elizabeth Dale, Seattle University
Kirk Leach, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Lauren Dula, Binghamton University, SUNY
Jiahuan Lu, Rutgers University - Newark
Joseph Mead, Cleveland State University

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Best Reviewer for Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ)

to
   

Dyana Mason

University of Oregon

Presented by:

Angela Bies, University of Maryland, College Park

Chao Guo, University of Pennsylvania

Susan Phillips, Carleton University


   
ARNOVA is proud to present the following awards for proposed research

ARNOVA Research Award on Philanthropic Impact

to 

"A New Methodology for Evaluating Advocacy Impact"

by

Rachel Fyall

University of Washington

Presented by:

Alnoor Ebrahim, Chair, Fletcher School, Tufts University

Bin Chen, Baruch College

Jodi Sandfort, University of Minnesota

Nicole Esparza, University of Southern California


   

RGK-ARNOVA President's Award

to

 "Career Intentions, Commitment to the Nonprofit Sector, and COVID-19: Insights from Nonprofit Graduate Alumni"

by

Marlene Walk

O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs IUPUI

- and -

Kerry Kuenzi

University of Wisconsin Green Bay

- and -

Amanda J. Stewart

North Carolina State University

Presented by:

Roseanne Mirabella, Chair, Seton Hall University

Jesus Valero, The University of Utah
Sean Rogers, University of Rhode Island
Susan Appe, University at Albany, SUNY
Thomasina Borkman, George Mason University

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UMD Do Good Institute & ARNOVA Global Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Award

to
"Cognitively Rising to the Challenge: Subtle yet Monumental Variations in Board Members’ Structure of Thought"

by

Jennifer Jones

University of Florida

Presented by:

Jennifer Madden, Chair, Carthage College

Federickia Washington, University of North Texas

Kara Coleman, Mount Mary University

Stuart Mendel, National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise

Robbin Hudson, Platform and Zenith


 

Emerging Scholar Award

to

ChiaKo Hung

UH Manoa

 

-and-

Michael Cauley

Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management

 

-and-

Qun Wang

The University of Toledo

 

-and-

Robert Ressler

Gonzaga University

 

-and-

Viviana Wu

University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

-and-

Ximeng Chen

Sacred Heart University

Presented by:

Ben Lough, Chair, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Rebecca Tiessen, University of Ottawa 

Chao Zhang, Soochow University 

David Andrew Omona, Uganda Christian University

Yu Ishida, Miyagi University 


 

Editor's Prize for best Scholarly Paper in Nonprofit Management Leadership, Volume 29

to

"Toward a Valid Approach to Nonprofit Efficiency Measurement"

by

Jason Coupet

North Carolina State University

 

-and-

Jessica Berrett

School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado

Presented by:

The Editorial board of Nonprofit Management & Leadership, Wiley and the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, chaired by Mark Hager, NML Editor


 
To see all the participants of our 2020 scholarships, visit our virtual Awards Hall and Diversity Hall at our conference platform (Available on November 12)

 

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