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NIU’s upcoming Service-Learning Institute will examine academic service-learning, community partner expectations and the use of critical reflection and considerations for tenure and promotion Hosted by the NIU Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning, in partnership with the Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, “When the Classroom and Community Collide” is scheduled from 9 to...
NIU’s Center for Non-Governmental Organization Leadership and Development (NGOLD) is gearing up to present the Non-Profit Technology Showcase, featuring the work of students who have spent the semester assisting 10 area community organizations on their technology needs. The free event is open to the public and will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m....
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NIU’s PI Academy for Research and Engagement will bring nine world-class scholars to campus next month for public presentations on their research efforts and to provide mentoring to select junior faculty. “These scholars represent a considerable amount of intellectual firepower, and another 11 such scholars will be visiting campus throughout the year,” said PI Academy...
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“How can my organization benefit from technology, the Internet, social media and mobile devices?” NIU students in CLCE 350: Community Organizations in a Digital World attempted to answer that question by organizing and presenting a technology conference for DeKalb-area nonprofit organizations earlier this month. The conference was presented by NIU’s Center for Non-Governmental Organization Leadership...
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NIU’s Center for Non-Governmental Organization Leadership and Development (NGOLD) will present a Non-Profit Technology Conference from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 3, in the Holmes Student Center. There is no cost for nonprofit workers and volunteers, although registration is required: e-mail [email protected] The conference has been organized by Alicia Schatteman, assistant professor of nonprofit...
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The Northern Illinois University Center for Non-Governmental Organization Leadership and Development (NGOLD) is offering a research-related brown bag series that will kick off this month. Presenters are NGOLD faculty associates from departments across campus. “As an interdisciplinary center, one of NGOLD’s focal points is to foster a research environment that is conducive to those interested...
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It’s hard to underestimate the importance of the holiday season for many nonprofit organizations. About 70 percent of Americans donate money to charitable causes. And according to the Giving USA Foundation, individuals account for 81 percent of all revenue to nonprofit organizations, the largest source by far. “For many nonprofits, the bulk of their individual...
NIU students enrolled in PSPA 401 Philanthropy and Volunteerism have applied classroom lessons to making a financial impact on the bottom line of TAILS Humane Society, a nonprofit animal shelter serving DeKalb County. “My class has worked collaboratively with Change for Change, a nonprofit that educates and mobilizes young people to raise money for local...
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NIU’s Lifelong Learning Institute has announced its Fall 2011 NIU Notables Series. Faculty, staff and students are invited from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Tuesday through Nov. 8. The series honors and respects the distinguished faculty of NIU while they share their ideas and knowledge in an informal environment. All Notables lectures are free...