RGK Center in the News
Meet the 2013 Dell Social Innovation Challenge Winners
Dr. Sarah Jane Rehnborg presents at 2013 Texas Volunteer Management Conference
Dr. Rehnborg’s session, Frameworks for Management, examined two tools for engagement within organizations and the broader community at large. She also presented an Advanced Workshop entitled Understanding and Navigating Conflict in the Workplace. The conference is designed to provide broad based, affordable training for professional volunteer managers in Texas and nearby states. Learn more.
MOCA's board: Deep pockets aren't a cure-all
The wealthy group with five billionaires couldn't prevent the museum's budget from being cut or keep the forced resignation of Paul Schimmel from erupting in controversy. Read full article >
RGK Center Releases Statewide Evaluation for AmeriCorps*Texas
From 2009-2012, OneStar contracted with the RGK Center to develop and implement a rigorous, scientifically-based independent evaluation of the AmeriCorps*Texas portfolio. Download the report and summary on the OneStar Foundation website >
Let's Stop Overlooking Systems Innovations
Suzi Sosa looks at the emerging systems innovation trend in a new Forbes.com post. Read the article >
Alexandra I. Toma, Executive Director of Peace and Security Funders Group, sat down with students and professors at the LBJ School for Public Affairs at The University of Texas to discuss the topic "Turning Passion into a Profession: NGO Advocacy and Philanthropy on Nuclear Terrorism". During the event, which was part of the Global Civil Society Speaker Series, Alex presented her seven secrets for success in the NGO sector.
A paper by Durgish Kumar, RGK Faculty Fellow Dennis L. Poole, and RGK Interim Director Sarah Jane Rehnborg, has been nominated for the Award for the Best Paper Presentation at the 2012 annual research conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).
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