Policy Research Project

Policy Research Project

A group of LBJ students recently had the opportunity to examine the complex challenges faced by veterans in accessing adequate mental health care in Texas. 

Jefferson Award Winner: Alumna Meg Moore!

Jefferson Award Winner: Alumna Meg Moore!

Congratulations to Nonprofit Portfolio alumna Meg Moore for receiving the prestigious Jefferson Award to honor community and public service in Central Texas!

Video: Building Community - The Restore Rundberg Project

Video: Building Community - The Restore Rundberg Project

RGK Center Director David W. Springer outlines the role that The University of Texas is playing in this multi-partner, cross-sector, million dollar project to revitalize a six-square mile neighborhood in North Austin.

ST. David's Foundation - Continuing its Investment in Grant Partners

ST. David's Foundation - Continuing its Investment in Grant Partners

In May 2014, the RGK Center offered a dynamic two-day executive education program for leaders of more than 45 St. David’s Foundation grant partners. The program featured a health-focused theme with expert faculty in program evaluation, nonprofit strategic planning, strengths-based leadership, and collective impact. 

Arts Management Certificate Program

Arts Management Certificate Program

Dr. Francie Ostrower will serve as program director of the new Arts Management Certificate program offered by the College of Fine Arts/McCombs School of Business Texas Executive Education.

SPOTLIGHt

Dr. David W. Springer welcomes students to the RGK Center! 

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Nonprofit Portfolio Students - approved courses for Spring 2015

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“Boards as an Accountability Mechanism,” a paper by the RGK Center’s Dr. Francie Ostrower, was published by the Urban Institute.

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RESEARCH

Publications by RGK Faculty

Working Papers

ARNOVA President's Award for Nonprofit Research