|August 10-15, 2019||Academy of Management, Boston|
|May 24-28, 2019||International Communication Association, Washington DC
Institutionalized Practices in Under-Organized Domains: Corporate Social Responsibility in an Era of the Global Refugee Crisis – Rong Wang, Katherine Cooper, Michelle Shumate
Does the CSR Message Matter?: Untangling the Relationship Between Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships, Created Fit Messages, and Activist Evaluations- Rey Maktoufi; Amy O’Connor; Michelle Shumate
|May 14, 2019||Collective Impact Forum Convening, Chicago, IL
Using Data in Coalitions: Moving from Reporting to Learning – Michelle Shumate –
|April 2019||Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Social Network Analysis for Communication Research – Michelle Shumate
|March 2019||The USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy’s symposium: Philanthropy & Social Change – Los Angeles
Plenary Panel – Networks, Philanthropy, & Social Impact – Michelle Shumate (see it here)
|November 2018||Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, Austin, Texas
The influence of network structure on nonprofit use of outcome data – Anne-Marie Boyer, Michelle Shumate, Rong Wang, Katherine Cooper –
Is collective impact the destination? A typology of interorganizational collaboration – Rong Wang, Katherine Cooper, Anne-Marie Boyer, Shaun Dougherty, Michelle Shumate
|November 2018||National Communication Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City
Why network type matters: A modified framework for theories of communication networks” Andrew Pilny, Michelle Shumate, Yannick Atouba Ada, Katherine R. Cooper
|September 2018||Department of Organizational Studies Colloquium Series, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands.
Networks for Social Impact: Organizational, Network, and Community Outcomes – Michelle Shumate
|August 2018||Academy of Management, Chicago.
Stakeholder Capital Mobilization and Corporate Social Responsibility – Rong Wang, Amy O’Connor, Michelle Shumate.
|June 2018||International Network for Social Network Analysis, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Planned vs. Emergent Networks as Strategies for Collective Action – Rong Wang, Katherine Cooper, Michelle Shumate.
|June 2018||Cross-Sector Social Interactions Bi-Annual Conference, Copenhagen Business School
Predicting Community Adoption of Collective Impact in the United States: A national scan – Anne Marie Singh, Katherine Cooper, Rong Wang, Shaun Dougherty, Michelle Shumate.
|April 2018||Ready by 21 Annual Meeting, Florida
Using data in coalitions: Moving from reporting to learning. Michelle Shumate and Katherine Cooper