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.
- State Control of Social Organizations in China: A Historical-Institutional Analysis - Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Join us for a presentation with Dr. Brenda Tong, Assistant Professor, Jianghan University, Wuhan, PRC (UW-Milwaukee Visiting Scholar) to analyze state control of social organizations (Nonprofit and Nonpolitical Organizations) in China using the historical-institutional approach.
- City Council Member Attitudes Toward Nonprofit Policy Roles and Assessments of Nonprofit Capacity in Large Wisconsin Communities - Monday, November 12, 2018
Join HBI at UW-Madison, School of Human Ecology on Monday, November 12 to learn more about City Council Member Attitudes Toward Nonprofit Policy Roles.