Nonprofit Management

Nurturing nonprofits to their full potential

The O’Neill School’s researchers in the field of Nonprofit Management are ranked in the Top 5 nationally and conduct research focusing on the management and operation of nonprofit organizations. This research encompasses nonprofit governance, fundraising, program evaluation, and volunteer management.

Students studying Nonprofit Management gain knowledge and skills to lead and manage nonprofit organizations, which play a crucial role in addressing social, environmental, and economic issues. 

Faculty spotlight

O'Neill faculty member honored for her work on antisemitism

O'Neill Associate Professor Jamie Levine Daniel and her fellow Jewish colleagues received NASPAA’s JPAE Outstanding Article award for their article, “Talking about antisemitism in MPA classrooms and beyond.”

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Featured research

Volunteer delivering food in mask.

For nonprofits, moving forward requires looking back

New research on COVID-19’s impact on the nonprofit sector finds that if organizations want to find a way forward, they must first look back at how they have weathered the pandemic thus far.

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Associate Professor Fredrik O. Andersson

Study reveals funding intentions among emerging nonprofit entrepreneurs

O'Neill Associate Professor Fredrik Andersson examines anticipated funding sources and amounts that budding entrepreneurs believe they’ll need as they formally launch their new nonprofit.

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Recent Nonprofit Management publications

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