Dr. Angela M. Eikenberry
- David C. Scott Diamond Alumni Professor of Public Affairs
- Public Affairs and Community Service, Public Administration
Dr. Eikenberry's research has been featured on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Her book, Giving Circles: Philanthropy, Voluntary Association, Democracy (Indiana University Press) won CASE's 2010 John Grenzebach Research Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy. She received a 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar Award to conduct research on giving circles in the UK, affiliated with the University of Birmingham Third Sector Research Centre, and the 2016 UNO Award for Distinguished Research or Creative Activity.
Nonprofit management, philanthropy, public administration and democracy, organization theory and behavior, philanthropy and democracy, qualitative research methods, critical pedagogy.
The social, economic and political roles philanthropy, voluntary associations, and nonprofit organizations play in democratic governance. Empirical and theoretical areas of focus include: Giving circles and collaborative giving, marketization of nonprofit organizations and philanthropy,and social equity/justice, and public and nonprofit administration.
School Personnel and PhD committees; advisory board for the Indiana University Women's Philanthropy Institute; board member of Creating the Future; member of the editorial boards of NVSQ, Voluntas, Public Integrity, Journal of Public and Nonprofit Administration, and Administrative Theory & Praxis. President-elect, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA). President of the UNO America Association of University Professors (AAUP).
Eikenberry, Angela, Mirabella, Roseanne, Sandberg, Billie. 2018. "Reframing nonprofit management: Democracy, inclusion, and social change ."
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