PANL 5003 W - Finances for Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector

Web course
The evaluation for this course does not include formal seated exams, so no distance proctoring arrangements are required.

Revenue source development, business planning, financial management and accountability covering a range of financing options.

CRN for section W: 13977

Instructor: Nathan Grasse

Nathan Grasse

About the instructor: Despite the crucial role charities play addressing social problems, enhancing representation, and delivering services in their communities, we have much more to learn about the effective management of these organizations. For example, when managing their finances, charitable organizations may be forced to rely on their own history, anecdotal information, or literature borrowed from other sectors to guide their decisions. My work focuses on enhancing our knowledge in the areas of financial management and governance.

Recent related scholarship:
“Modern Portfolio Theory and Nonprofit Arts Organizations: Identifying the Efficient Frontier.” Nathan J. Grasse, Kayla Whaley, and Douglas M. Ihrke. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

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