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Pre Conference Sessions

   

Emerging Scholars

Community in Conflict: The Role of Civil Society
Wed, November 14, 2:00 to 5:00pm, Room 615A

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VRADS Pre-conference Session: The Role of Religious and Other Local Associations in Disaster Relief Volunteering: Houston and Earlier New Orleans/Katrina Floods
Wed November 14, 6:30 to 8:30pm, Room 614

Please join us for this Pre-Conference Session sponsored by the VALUES (VRAD) Section for an interactive Session on Disaster Relief VOLUNTEERING AND ASSOCIATIONS. We are pleased to have Terry Henderson, Disaster Relief Director, Texas Baptist Men, Houston, join us for a panel and audience discussion of disaster relief VOLUNTEERING in HOUSTON Texas flood zone.
This Session is Open to the Public.

 

Teaching Section Pre-Conference Workshop: Visual Literacy & the Use of Video in Philanthropic & Nonprofit Studies Programs
Wed November 14, 7:00 to 9:00pm, Room 615B

The presenter’s research on the Use of Video in Philanthropic and Nonprofit Studies Programs, published in the Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership, revealed that while the use of video is continuing to increase, visual literacy remains an important issue and concern for instructors and their students. This interactive session will include:

  • Reporting of research results
  • Discussion around the concept of visual literacy
  • Demonstration of examples of video content
  • Suggestions for how video can –
    • Be integrated into pedagogy
    • Complement curriculum
    • Contribute to student learning outcomes
  • SURPRISE!! – A new free resource for instructors will be premiered
   

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Surviving Pre-tenure: Making the Grade
Room 404 Thursday 10:45 am
Intended primarily for assistant professors or those about to begin tenure-track positions. This workshop covers designing a research agenda, conducting research, developing productive collaborations, writing consistently, finding a balance between different professional and personal expectations, demystifying the process, and avoiding common pitfalls.

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Me, You, Us: #MeToo, Biases, and Prejudices and All in Between
Salon B Thursday 2:00 pm
Intended for all members of ARNOVA. This workshop covers exploring biases, understanding power dynamics and barriers to inclusion, reflecting on cultural and societal challenges, learning multiple perspectives and experiences, creating safer spaces, and discussing how to be an effective ally or mentor.

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Securing External Funding and Professional Development Resources: No Longer Just Doing More with Less
Room 404 Thursday 3:45 pm
Intended for all members of ARNOVA, especially emerging scholars. This workshop covers critical aspects of securing external funding and professional development resources, including sharing experiences, identifying sources, preparing applications, soliciting feedback, securing opportunities, and maximizing benefits from them.

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Career choices: Escaping the Bermuda Triangle
Room 408 Friday 10:15 am
Intended primarily for doctoral students and early career faculty or professionals who are considering searching for a first or new position. This workshop covers preparing for and navigating the job market, finishing and publishing from the dissertation, finding the right fit, negotiating the offer, going back on the job market, considering alternative, careers and choosing the right job.

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Working in Academia: Still Having a Life
Room 408 Friday 3:45 pm
Intended for all members of ARNOVA, especially emerging scholars. This workshop covers finding the professional balance between research, teaching, and service, establishing healthy professional networking behavior, attempting to balance work and life, parenting or caregiving while working, and finding healthy relaxation outlets.

 

Special Sessions

Writing a Successful Book Proposal

Room 416B   Thursday  2:00 pm     

During this panel, editors of academic presses will discuss how to develop and write a successful book proposal.


Succeeding in Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Nonprofit Journals

Salon J   Friday  10:15 am

During this panel, editors of leading journals will discuss how to successfully navigate publishing in peer-reviewed academic journals.

 

Succeeding in Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Public Administration & Management Journals
Room 408    Thursday  3:45 pm

During this panel, editors of leading journals will discuss how to successfully navigate publishing in peer-reviewed academic journals.


Effective Peer Review and Article Revision: Guidance for Reviewers and Authors
Room 417B    Thursday   3:45 pm

This session will provide scholars tips on how to provide a good peer review for an article as well as guidance to authors on revise and resubmit techniques.

 

ARNOVA-Africa/AROCSA Sessions

Emerging Perspectives from African NGO Leaders (Session I)
Fri, November 16, 2:00 to 3:30pm, Room 417A

Emerging Perspectives from African NGO Leaders (Session II)
Sat, November 17, 10:45am to 12:15pm, Room 416B

Plenaries

 

Opening Plenary: Approaches to Recovery and Community Reiience

Thurs November 15 2018, 9:15 to 10:30am, Salon H

 

Note: This year, the ARNOVA Distinguished Achievement Award will also be presented at the Conference Opening Lunch.

 

Friday Plenary: Nonprofits on the Line: Organizational and Frontline Challenges in the Response to Border Crises
Fri November 16, 2018, 8:45 to 10:00 am

 

Special Events

 

Please join us for the following receptions and celebrations during the 2018 ARNOVA Conference in Austin, TX

Thursday
American University Reception
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Thursday
Salon G

Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs: The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management Reception
6:30 – 8 pm
Thursday
Salon E

Friday
Membership Meeting: Celebrating 10 Years of Diversity
7:30 – 8:30 am
Friday
Salon K

ARNOVA-Africa / AROCSA Meet & Greet Reception
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Friday
Salon B
*New* Anyone interested in making connections with African scholars and foundations or does research in Africa

ARNOVA Reception
6:30pm – 8 pm
Friday
Salon FGH

 

 

 
   

 

 
 

ARNOVA Talks: Record YourPresentation

ARNOVA is proud to host a new opportunity for our members to share their research and findings with fellow members. ARNOVATalks will serve as a platform for members to present a brief 10 minute talk spanning their research and findings in the nonprofit and voluntary sector that will be recorded and made available either as a podcast and/or video through the ARNOVA video library. Click for more information or to register for a recording session.

 
 

Watch the Conference Experience Webinar: Recording Available

 

Are you attending the conference for the first time? Just curious about what to expect? Our Executive Director, Dr. Shariq Siddiqui, and Associate Director, Holly Titus, walk you through the 2018 ARNOVA Conference experience in Austin, Texas!

Click here to watch the recorded webinar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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