|January 23, 2019||Webinar- Data Collaboration in Practice: How to Create a Data-Driven Culture
(See it here)
|November 2019||Papers presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations
Fu, J. S. & Shumate, M. (2019). Developing and validating a capacity instrument for Chinese and U.S. NGOs. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, San Diego, CA.
Cooper, K. R., Wang, R., Boyer, A. M., Harris, J., Miles, J. P. & Shumate, M. (2019). The role of conveners in cross-sector collaborative governance. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, San Diego, CA.
Miles, J. P., Boyer, A. M. & Shumate, M. (2019). The equity imperative: Examining community engagement strategies of planned and emergent network. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, San Diego, CA.
Fu, J. S., Cooper, K. & Shumate, M. (2019). The roles of religiosity and homophily in idealized and actualized faith-based partnerships. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, San Diego, CA.
Boyer, A. M. & Shumate, M. (2019). Understanding the role of the United Way Leadership in Cross-Sector Collaborations: Implications for Philanthropy and Network Leadership. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations, San Diego, CA.
|November 2019||Papers presented at National Communication Association, Baltimore MD
Measuring Elaboration Using Associative Network Change” Kaitlyn Margaret Childs, Northwestern University; Michelle Shumate, Northwestern University; Amy O’Connor, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Meeting the challenge of effectiveness in nonprofit partnerships: Examining the roles of partner selection, trust, and communication” Yannick Atouba, University of Texas, El Paso; Michelle Shumate, Northwestern University
Paradox and process: Navigating tensions for network survival” Katherine R. Cooper, DePaul University
|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