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From left to right: Dr. Mark Hager, Eric Spicer, Dr. Behrang Foroughi, Laura Unkefer, Brian Spicker, Anna Midkiff, Jonathan Short, Christopher Haines, Abigail Elsener, Alexis Roeckner, Carissa Oberlin, Natalia Winberry, Dr. Lili Wang, Dr. Kathleen Andereck, Dr. Robert Ashcraft.
December 9, 2016
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation and the ASU School of Community Resources & Development celebrated the newest graduates of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (MNLM) program on December 7, 2016 at the Arizona Community Foundation in Phoenix. This semester 13 master’s candidates successfully completed all requirements to graduate. During the graduation reception, attendees and guests learned the many ways these talented graduate students have impacted the nonprofit sector through their “Capstone Project Poster Presentations.”
The following are the newest graduates of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (MNLM) program:
Also that evening, 12 master’s degree candidates and alumni were inducted into the Fall 2016 class of the Nu Lambda Mu international honor society – a special national honor society for graduate students specifically in nonprofit programs. The society was established in 2012 by the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC) to recognize students dedicated to the study of nonprofit management, philanthropy, and social entrepreneurship and enterprise. Nu Lambda Mu seeks to advance the study of nonprofit organizations and their function in society, and to promote scholarly achievement among those who engage in these academic pursuits. Current students, as well as degreed alumni, are eligible for this honor society if they have achieved a GPA of 3.7 or higher and have completed at least half of their degree coursework. By encouraging rigorous study in the field of public serving organizations, the Nu Lambda Mu Honor Society promotes the professionalization and ethical conduct of all who pursue careers of service.
ASU's first induction class was Fall 2014 and, with this fall’s inductees, there are now 32 members of ASU’s Nu Lambda Mu Honor Society. The following were inducted this past Wednesday evening:
Congratulations to the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management graduates and Nu Lambda Mu Honor Society Fall 2016 inductees!
ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation
The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation is recognized as a national leader in undergraduate and graduate nonprofit education, research and technical assistance. The ASU Lodestar Center exists to enhance the quality of life in communities through the advancement of nonprofit leadership practices and provides knowledge and tools to build the capacity of nonprofit organizations, professionals, board members, donors and volunteers by offering a wide variety of capacity building workshops, conferences, classes, and programs. For more information, please visit: lodestar.asu.edu.