The Nonprofit Academic Center Council (NACC) will be hosting its 2015 Conference on Nonprofit & Philanthropic Studies in Chicago at DePaul University from July 15-16, 2015. The theme is “The Meaning of ‘Nonprofitness,’ Capturing it in Research, Curriculum, & Programming.”
This conference brings together academics, scholars, practitioners, and administrators from around the world to discuss, learn and share tactics and methods that support and build university-based educational programs focused on nonprofit and philanthropic studies.
Topics for conversation include instruction, pedagogy, research and substantive issues in education and administration. Graduate students are also encouraged to submit.
Proposal abstracts or summaries must be submitted via the NACC conference website (https://levin3.urban.csuohio.edu/ocs/index.php/tc1/inaugural/schedConf/cfp).
The call for papers and additional documents are posted on the NACC website (http://www.nonprofit-academic-centers-council.org/). The deadline for submission is January 31, 2015. When entering the conference website for the 1st time, your internet browser may indicate that there is a security issue. Please note that the conference website is secure. Details on how to proceed beyond the security warnings are available at NACC website in the document titled "1st time on the Conference Website? Please read."