Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)
Founded 1971, USA, as Association of Voluntary Action Scholars (AVAS). Present name adopted, 1989.
Connect scholars, teachers and practice leaders interested in research on nonprofit organizations, voluntary action, philanthropy and civil society; strengthen the research about and help shape better practice in these realms; bring together both theoretical and applied interests to help scholars gain insight into the day-to-day concerns of third-sector organizations, while providing nonprofit professionals with connections to research they can use to improve the work of their organizations and the quality of life for citizens and communities.
Events2022 | Raleigh, NC USA – Annual Conference
2021-11-18 | Atlanta, GA USA – Annual Conference
2021-06 | Hangzhou, China – Annual Asia Conference
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Board of Directors; Executive Committee. Committees (12): Conference Planning; Nominations; Bylaws and Board Policy Manual; IT Task Force; ARNOVA Conference Best Paper; Book Awards; Conference Scholarships; Distinguished Achievement Award; Emerging Scholars Awards; NVSQ Best Article; RGK-ARNOVA President's Award; Gabriel G Rudney Memorial Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action. Sections.
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