The Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management invites all interested UWM faculty, students and community members to attend the HBI Colloquium series, which meets on the UWM campus several times per semester.
Presenters at the HBI Colloquium are UWM faculty, UWM Ph.D. students or invited speakers involved in research focusing on a broad array of topics related to nonprofit and civil society studies. The colloquium is an opportunity for academics and practitioners to get together to hear about and engage in critical conversations on essential issues impacting our community and nonprofit sector at large.
Please note that our Research Colloquium Series is free to the public. No advance registration is required.
- Spring 2019 Colloquium: The Civil Society War- Monday, April 22, 2019
Lubar School of Business, Rm. S231
Join us for The Civil Society War and the Popularization of the Fundraising Efficiency Ratio, a colloquium presented by William Suhs Cleveland.
- Spring 2019 Colloquium: Executive Director Perspectives- Friday, March 1, 2019
Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center, Rm. 1160
Join us for Examining Nonprofit Executive Director – Board Relations in Two Countries as they Relate to Perceptions of Board Effectiveness: Executive Director Perspectives, a colloquium delivered by Michael Ford, Douglas Ihrke, and Todd Ebling.
- Spring 2019 Colloquium: Conflict Resolution- Thursday, February 21, 2019
Lubar School of Business, Rm. S233
Join us for Troy Washington's colloquium, Conflict Resolution in the Nonprofit Sector Through a Restorative Justice Lens.