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