Presenting Research at ARNOVA in Washington, DC

November 19, 2016

 

As part of the annual conference for the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations (ARNOVA), Co-Director Patricia Snell Herzog presented research on charitable giving in the United States.

 

Herzog also participated in a pre-conference seminar with fellow grantees of the SILG project at IUPUI. 

 

SILG stands for: The Science and Imagination of Living Generously.

 

Topics and fellow grantees include: 

  • The Charitable Response to Need and Persistent Effect on Generosity: Evidence from Tornado Strikes, Benjamin M. Marx, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • The Dyadic Mechanisms Linking Generosity to Health among Older Couples, William J. Chopik, Michigan State University       

  • The Relationship between Generosity and Moral Essentialism, Larisa Heiphetz, CUNY

  • Intergenerational Generosity for Civic Well-being: Preserving Our Roots, Laura Blythe Liu, Indiana University-Bloomington

  • Procrastination of Generous Acts, Marta Serra-Garcia, University of California, San Diego

  • Examining the Roles of Age and Death Awareness in Generous Behavior, Molly Maxfield, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

  • Emerging Leaders Study – Intervening in the Social Science of Life-Course Generosity, Patricia Snell Herzog, University of Arkansas

  • Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself (and as Thy In-Group): Examining the Effects of Moral Intuitions and Intercessory Prayer on Generous Behavior toward Religious In-Group and Out-Group Members, Sarah A. Schnitker, Fuller Theological Seminary

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