As part of their visit to a third nonprofit organization in Dr. Patricia Snell Herzog’s undergraduate course, students reflected on linking their degree with a direct path to the philanthropic sector, as well as the importance of saying ‘yes.’ “Learning from the people we met with at Red Cross gave me examples of what kind… Read more »
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What was your path to philanthropy? What advice do you have for students exploring and learning about the nonprofit sector? Students in Dr. Patricia Snell Herzog’s introductory course previously went on a site visit to human services nonprofit Second Helpings, where the students learned about networking, paths toward working in the sector, and future career… Read more »
Undergraduate students in philanthropic studies have opportunities to participate in student life on campus: joining clubs, including the Philanthropy Ambassadors Club, participating in IUPUI’s Regatta, competing in student competitions for scholarships, and more. But what do they do in class? It’s not just thinking about philanthropy. Early on in their philanthropic major journeys, undergraduate students… Read more »
By Patricia Snell Herzog, Ph.D., and Patrick Dwyer, Ph.D. The other day, I was talking with a colleague who studies gratitude, Patrick Dwyer. In the midst of chatting at an event we were attending, we got to talking about the art of thank you cards.
Interested in taking a class that allows you to give away $10,000? Want to learn how to write a grant proposal? Consider taking one of these classes, whether you’re a philanthropy major or not. PHST-P370 Learning by Giving Undergraduate student Bubala Madubansi is a current nursing student who took the Learning by Giving course… Read more »