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Screening of the documentary What is Philanthropy?

Monday, November 17, 7:00 pm
Anderson Chapel

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Screening to be followed by a question and answer session with the film's producer, beginning at approximately 8:45 pm

Producer Salvatore Alaimo will join students and faculty for this screening of the compelling documentary What is Philanthropy? Philanthropy is synonymous with American history, principles, and culture; yet it remains an evolving and largely misunderstood topic. What is Philanthropy? seeks to enhance our understanding of philanthropy and its role in American culture and society. This film takes a holistic view of this important subject by presenting its historical context with contemporary issues and including various perspectives from a wide variety of stakeholders. Learn more about the film.

Scenario Planning Topics Course Application: Spring Semester 2015, Quad A

MNA, MHEA, MBA, MM students: The exciting Scenario Planning Topics course, SBNM 5910, offered in the Spring Semester is coming together very nicely. This upcoming course with Professors Farruggia and Schilling and two clients from the business and nonprofit spheres is ready to be launched. If you have questions, please contact Professor Farruggia or Professor Schilling directly. See the application form to find out further information and the requirements to be eligible for registration.

2015 International Experience: Vietnam

The destination for the 2015 School of Business and Nonprofit Management's International Experience is Vietnam, one of the most historically significant countries in the world and a growing part of the Asia and world economics. Download detailed trip information and the application.


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For prospective students who reside in the Chicago area, information sessions are an excellent way to explore the campus and meet face-to-face with faculty and staff. Information sessions are held at each of our campus locations, including Chicago and Grayslake. An information session typically lasts 60-90 minutes and is an excellent way to:

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What is Philanthropy?