New York City's Nonprofit Sector: Discussion Series

The New York City Nonprofits Project invites you to participate in a discussion about issues raised by our latest study.


Discussion Papers

 

Press Clippings about the New York City's Nonprofit Sector

Article Clippings:
Staten Island Register
City Limits
Chronicle of Philanthropy

Archived Online Articles:
The Foundation Center

 

Professor Julian Wolpert, Co-Director of the NYC Nonprofit Project, has been serving on the Advisory Committee of the Urban Institute’s National Center for Charitable Statistics and the Aspen Institute’s Nonprofit Sector Research Fund.
Wolpert recently developed and taught a graduate course at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School with Stanley Katz on Policy Issues Concerning Philanthropy, Nonprofits, and NGOs. Findings from the NYC Nonprofits Project were widely discussed in the course.
Findings from the NYC Nonprofits Project were also included in a paper entitled “Redistributive Effects of America’s Foundations” presented by Wolpert at a conference in Paris sponsored by the SSRC and the Russell Sage Foundation. The paper will be included in an edited book to be published by Russell Sage in 2006.
Julian Wolpert has been included in the third annual NonProfit Times Power and Influence Top 50.
Read about a class at the Wagner School of Public Service on GIS applications for professionals being offered in February by Zvia Segal Naphtali, our Data Manager. link
Professor Julian Wolpert, a Project Director on the NYC Nonprofits Project, was recently quoted in an article from the Chronicle of Philanthropy about private giving in America. Click here to read the article
Zvia Segal Naphtali, the Data Manager on the NYC Nonprofits Project, has an article titled "GIS in Healthcare: When Geography Matters" in the New York University computing magazine Connect. The article includes interesting maps illustrating the use of maps in health care policy analysis. Click here to read the article
Zvia discusses the intricacies of inputing surveys through scanning in another piece for Connect.
In an analysis of the top 100 nonprofit organizations in the country The Nonprofit Times found that "there are 20 organizations in this year¹s NPT 100 physically in New York City..." Click here to read the article

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