RGK Center Restore Rundberg researchers provide context in this KVUE article about weekly neighborhood walks to foster community and reduce illegal activity.
RGK Center in the News
Neighbors walk for change in crime-ridden neighborhood
Persuading Americans to act on climate change
In this article, RGK Center Associate Professor Joshua Busby and co-author Bethany Albertson draw attention to the appeals that best persuade the U.S. public on climate change. Using an experimental design, Drs. Busby and Albertson assessed a diverse sample of 330 participants on their responses to four different appeals. The experiment yielded some surprising results particularly with regard to the impact that varying degrees of climate change knowledge had on participant response to the persuasive messaging.
Photography project works to give voice to students in Rundberg neighborhood
Angela Baucom and Shubhada Saxena, graduate students in the RGK Center’s Portfolio in Nonprofit Studies, are featured in a Daily Texan article about a Restore Rundberg afterschool program at Dobie Middle School.
Social Entrepreneurship Gives New Opportunity For College Graduates And Teachers Alike
The Dell Social Innovation Challenge, created in 2007 at the RGK Center, is described as part of a larger trend towards socially-conscious career choices among recent college graduates. Read full article.
Meet the 2013 Dell Social Innovation Challenge Winners
Boren Fellow Katie Casstevens reflects upon her time in one of Brazil’s most infamous favelas
RGK Center Advisory Council member Dr. Ken Gladish offers a sneak peak into his upcoming course, Perspectives of Philanthropy, Civil Society, and American Life
June 24 - 26, 2015
This intensive 3-day program offers new and future nonprofit executives an expert, insider perspective on the strategies needed to effectively manage a board, brand, finances, and fundraising.