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Opening Plenary

   

Special Sessions

     
     

Thu, November 21, 9:30 to 10:45 am, Harbor Ballroom

The Promises and Perils of Nonprofits and Philanthropy in a Polarized World.

   

Succeeding in Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Nonprofit Journals

Thu, November 21, 4:00 to 5:30 pm.

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

 

Succeeding in Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Public Administration & Management Journals
Thu, November 21, 11 am to 12:30 pm.

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


Effective Peer Review and Article Revision: Guidance for Reviewers and Authors

Fri, November 22, 10:30 am to 12:00 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.

 

Prize Winners Reflect on Nonprofit History: Connecting U.S. Philanthropy at Home with Philanthropy Abroad; Treating Churches as Nonprofits.

Fri, November 22, 2:15 to 3:45 pm.

 Winners of this year’s Peter Dobkin Hall Prize for the best books on the history of philanthropy discuss the implications of their works for the study of nonprofit organizations and philanthropy.

 

Fearless Dialogue:  See, Hear, Change 

Thu, November 21, 6:00 to 9:00 pm.

We all want to be more inclusive scholars, teachers, and colleagues, but we don’t always know how. You are warmly invited to join us in a series of exercises led by Fearless Dialogues – a group trained to help others SEE the gifts in others, HEAR value in stories, and work for CHANGE. They will help us to break down epistemological and identity barriers by strengthening our relationships with our ARNOVA peers. Fearless Dialogues are leaders in empirically based, theoretically sound approaches to engaging in hard, heartfelt conversations where we all fear less and hear more. 

 


AROCSA-Africa Sessions

Non-Profit Sector in Africa and its Readiness to adopt 4th IR Technologies

Sat, November 23, 10:45 to 12:00 pm.

This Roundtable will interrogate the readiness of non-profits including corporate foundations in Africa to adopt technologies brought about by the 4th Industrial Revolution. Based on research that is on-going on philanthropic foundations, corporate foundations and civil society organisations, this roundtable explores the extent to which technology is influencing how these organisations conduct their work and the extent to which they think technology is an asset for effectiveness and efficiency or a threat to their ways of working. This research is a project of the Africa Centre on Philanthropy and Social Investment at the Wits Business School.


Emerging Perspectives from African NGO Leaders
Fri, November 22, 8:45 to 10:15 am.

Perspectives from this year’s NGO Leadership Transition Fellows Program.

 

 

ARNOVA-Asia Session

NPO Development Under a Polarized Asia

Fri, November 22, 8:45 to 10:15 am.

 What roles do nonprofits have in your society under a polarized Asia? How do nonprofits operate as forces that ameliorate or exacerbate? How has civil society contributed to and/or been affected by dualisms? What role(s) does philanthropy have in changing political, economic, and social landscapes?

     
     

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshops

       
     

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Me, You, Us: #MeToo, Biases, and Prejudices and All in Between 

Thu, November 21, 2:15 to 3:45 pmMarina 6.

Intended for all members of ARNOVA. This workshop covers biases, harassment, power dynamics, and barriers to inclusion, through sharing personal experiences and learning multiple personal perspectives in order to reflect on cultural and societal challenges and discussing how to create safer spaces and be an effective ally or mentor. 

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: The Academic Job Market 

Thu, November 21, 4:00 to 5:30 pm, Marina 6.

This session, which targets emerging scholars but is open to everyone, will cover issues related to preparing for and navigating the academic job market. Topics include developing materials, participating in interviews, negotiating the offer, going back on the job market, considering alternative, careers and choosing the right job.

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Work Life Balance

 Fri, November 22, 2:15 to 3:45 pm, Marina 6.

This session, which is open to all members of ARNOVA, will cover issues related to finding the professional balance between research, teaching, and service. The workshop’s discussions include navigating specific work/life challenges such as parenting, care giving, or dual careers, balancing outside pursuits, and seeking to maintain physical, emotional, and mental health.

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Research Tradecraft

Fri, November 22, 8:45 to 10:15 am, Marina 6.

This session, which is open to all and particularly aimed at helping emerging scholars, will cover strategies for better organizing and conducting research. Topics include collaboration and co-authorship, maintaining focus, time management, revising and responding to criticism, balancing multiple projects in different stages of the process, and general writing tips.

 

Emerging Scholars Professional Development Workshop: Academic Networking

  Thu, November 21, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, Marina 6.

This session is particularly aimed at helping emerging scholars, will cover critical aspects of building a personal network that advances shared and individual goals. Topics include successful conferencing, identifying and pursuing funding, building a network during doctoral candidate and pre-tenure career stages, and establishing internal engagement within your institution.

 

       
     

Receptions

       
     

Please join us for the following receptions and celebrations during the 2019 ARNOVA Conference in San Diego, CA.

Thursday
Baruch College Reception
6:30 – 8:00 pm.
Thursday



Friday
Membership Meeting Breakfast
7:30 – 8:30 am.
Friday

ARNOVA Reception
6:30 – 8:00 pm.
Friday
Harbor Ballroom

 

Inclusive America Project Reception

5:30 – 6:30 pm.

Friday

       
     
       
     

 
     
       

ARNOVA Talks: Record Your Presentation

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.

     
     

 

 


Fearless Dialogue: See, Hear, Change

Thu, November 21, 6:00 to 9:00 pm.

We all want to be more inclusive scholars, teachers, and colleagues, but we don’t always know how. You are warmly invited to join us in a series of exercises led by Fearless Dialogues – a group trained to help others SEE the gifts in others, HEAR value in stories, and work for CHANGE. They will help us to break down epistemological and identity barriers by strengthening our relationships with our ARNOVA peers. Fearless Dialogues are leaders in empirically based, theoretically sound approaches to engaging in hard, heartfelt conversations where we all fear less and hear more.

 

Register for this session during conference registration


     
     

 

 

 

 

     
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