Faculty members associated with the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management (HBI) are interested in engaging with the Milwaukee area community on nonprofit management research. Of special interest to faculty are people who currently serve or have served on nonprofit boards, and who have ideas about board governance that could benefit from research.
Toward this end, HBI faculty would like to meet with a small group of current or former board members to exchange ideas about research interests in 2016.
This informal exchange is designed to accomplish some or all of the following:
- Most importantly, enable faculty to learn about research needs and interests.
- Allow board members to share information about their research interests.
- Link board members to scholars who are engaging in research on topics of interest to them.
- Begin to identify areas of research that may be of mutual interest to board members and faculty.
Register to Attend
- Doug Ihrke, Professor, Public and Nonprofit Administration - Connection between Governance and Governance Behaviors on Nonprofit Boards and Nonprofit Governance; The Relationship between Management, Leadership, and Governance in Influencing Nonprofit Performance; Human Resource Management Practices and their Effectiveness in Nonprofit Organizations.
- Dan Neely, Assistant Professor, Accounting - The Role of Financial Information in Governmental and Nonprofit Organizations.
- Grace Chikoto, Assistant Professor, Public and Nonprofit Administration - International NGOs and Government Funding; Measures of Organizational Autonomy.
- Fredrik Andersson, Assistant Professor, Public and Nonprofit Management - Nonprofit Entrepreneurship; Nonprofit Governance.