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Respect Existence Or Expect Resistance: Fundraising For Trans Law Center, Lara Martz, Sage Kramer-Urner Mar 2019

Respect Existence Or Expect Resistance: Fundraising For Trans Law Center, Lara Martz, Sage Kramer-Urner

Student Engagement Posters

Lara Martz and Sage Kramer-Urner discuss student engagement at Linfield College with regard to a fundraising campaign to benefit the Trans Law Center.


“It’S Like A Big Freaking Fake Circus”: An Exploration Of Intersectionality And Women’S Experiences In Higher Education Fundraising, Daniel Mathis Spadafore Jan 2019

“It’S Like A Big Freaking Fake Circus”: An Exploration Of Intersectionality And Women’S Experiences In Higher Education Fundraising, Daniel Mathis Spadafore

Master's Theses and Doctoral Dissertations

Women in higher education fundraising navigate the broad forces of sexism and racism in society and their profession, a profession in which they are being paid less than their male counterparts and are under-represented in leadership roles, despite being the majority of fundraising professionals. This study provided a platform for women in higher education fundraising to tell their stories and to explain, in their own words, how they navigated a traditionally White patriarchal system of philanthropy, interacted with fundraising prospects and donors, and experienced the fundraising profession. The research questions included:

• What do women say are their lived experiences as ...


Summer 2013 Jun 2013

Summer 2013

Insights

DePaul professor explores cost of youth violence in play, book; College planning and looking to the future for LAS; URAP promotes hands-on learning; Two new master's programs bring new meaning to interdisciplinary work; Recent faculty publications; Interest in public service leads alumnus to personal and professional philanthropy; "The Store Next Door" promotes cross-cultural food consumption and appreciation; Conferences provide opportunities for scholars and students alike; In brief; Many Dreams, One Mission campaign for DePaul University


Brochure For Friends Of Murray Library, Murray Library Jan 2011

Brochure For Friends Of Murray Library, Murray Library

Friends of Murray Library

This brochure highlights the many ways that Friends has served Murray Library and the support they've provided.

Friends of Murray Library at Messiah College was formed in 1993 for the following purposes:

  • To stimulate interest in the collections and facilities of Murray Library.
  • To provide an opportunity for those interested in the library to participate in exhibits, programs, and volunteer activities.
  • To attract gifts of books, manuscripts, and other materials for the library's enrichment.
  • To encourage and receive financial contributions for needs beyond the library budget, such as building special collections.


Race, Gender, And Leadership In Nonprofit Organizations, Marybeth Gasman, Noah Drezner, Edward Epstein, Tyrone Freeman, Vida Avery Dec 2010

Race, Gender, And Leadership In Nonprofit Organizations, Marybeth Gasman, Noah Drezner, Edward Epstein, Tyrone Freeman, Vida Avery

Marybeth Gasman

No abstract provided.


Ross–Ade: Their Purdue Stories, Stadium, And Legacies, Robert C. Kriebel Sep 2009

Ross–Ade: Their Purdue Stories, Stadium, And Legacies, Robert C. Kriebel

Purdue University Press Books

David Ross (1871–1943) and George Ade (1866–1944) were trustees, distinguished alumni and benefactors of Purdue University. Their friendship began in 1922 and led to their giving land and money for the 1924 construction of Ross-Ade Stadium, now a 70,000 seat athletic landmark on the West Lafayette campus. Their life stories date to 1883 Purdue and involve their separate student experiences and eventual fame. Their lives crossed paths with U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Ford, Amelia Earhart, and Will Rogers among others. Gifts or ideas from Ross or Ade lead to creation of the Purdue Research ...


Science, Technology, And Society, Fathi Habashi Jan 2009

Science, Technology, And Society, Fathi Habashi

Fathi Habashi

Science, technology, and society is a vast and complex question. It is discussed here from five points: social responsibility of scientists, migration and movement of scholars, philanthropy and its role in education and culture, enlightened despots and their influence on science and culture, and finally the social aspects of mining. The book is meant for the general reader but can benefit scientists as well. It is fully illustrated with colored pictures. It is hoped that it will serve as an introduction to this field to the young generation and inspire them to serve society.


Philanthropy, Fundraising, And Volunteerism In Higher Education, Andrea Walton, Marybeth Gasman Dec 2007

Philanthropy, Fundraising, And Volunteerism In Higher Education, Andrea Walton, Marybeth Gasman

Marybeth Gasman

No abstract provided.


Gender And Philanthropy: New Perspectives On Funding, Collaboration, And Assessment, Alice Ginsberg, Marybeth Gasman Dec 2006

Gender And Philanthropy: New Perspectives On Funding, Collaboration, And Assessment, Alice Ginsberg, Marybeth Gasman

Marybeth Gasman

No abstract provided.


Uplifting A People. Essays On African American Philanthropy And Education, Marybeth Gasman, Katherine Sedgwick Dec 2004

Uplifting A People. Essays On African American Philanthropy And Education, Marybeth Gasman, Katherine Sedgwick

Marybeth Gasman

No abstract provided.


Charles S. Johnson: Leadership Behind The Veil In The Age Of Jim Crow, Patrick Gilpin, Marybeth Gasman Dec 2002

Charles S. Johnson: Leadership Behind The Veil In The Age Of Jim Crow, Patrick Gilpin, Marybeth Gasman

Marybeth Gasman

No abstract provided.


The Midas Of The Wabash: A Biography Of John Purdue, Robert C. Kriebel Apr 2002

The Midas Of The Wabash: A Biography Of John Purdue, Robert C. Kriebel

Purdue University Press Books

A biography of noted businessman John Purdue (1802-1876), whose donations of time and money led to the founding of Indiana's land grant university-Purdue University-in 1869. Purdue also contributed to economically important bridge, railroad, and cemetery construction, the existence of Lafayette Savings Bank and the Battle Ground Collegiate Institute, cattle farming, Lafayette's public school system, and countless other worthy enterprises. To date there has been no published full length study of Mr. Purdue's life and work beyond casual street-talk that portrayed Purdue as a difficult individual with whom to work. This biography incorporates research efforts by previous writers ...