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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:
Awards for Outstanding Book, Dissertation, and Lifetime Achievement
ARNOVA invites nominations for its 1998 awards, to be presented at the
27th Annual Conference on November 5-7 in Seattle.
Book award (Diane Vinokur-Kaplan, chair)
This award is given for a single book or monograph published in the three
calendar years preceding the award. Books that contribute to the
advancement of theory, conceptualization, research, or practice are
eligible. Edited volumes, books developed as textbooks, journalistic
accounts, and guides not based on systematic research are ineligible.
Nominations from publishers are welcome.
Cash prize: $1,000.
Dissertation award (Natalie Webb, chair)
This award is given annually for a Ph.D. dissertation completed and/or
defended in the three calendar years preceding the award. Dissertations
that contribute to the advancement of theory, conceptualization, research,
or practice in an area closely related to nonprofit organizations or
voluntary action are eligible. Nominations are normally submitted by the
s advisor. Nominations should explain the nature of the work and how well
it meets criteria for excellence in its field, and should be accompanied
by five copies of an extended abstract (approximately five pages).
Nominees should be prepared to send a copy of the full dissertation upon
Cash prize: $500.
Award for distinguished lifetime achievement (Jon Van Til, chair)
This award is given annually for significant contributions to the field
through research, collegial activity, or teaching. Nominees need not be
members of ARNOVA. Please submit a two-page letter of nomination, the
s curriculum vitae, and appropriate supporting materials. Each nomination
should be supported by a primary nomination and a written second. Either
the nominator or the seconder should come from a different institutional
base from the nominee, and at least one should be a member of ARNOVA.
Self-nominations will not be considered. The awardee is expected to
receive the award in person. Cash prize: $1,000.
THE DEADLINE FOR ALL AWARD NOMINATIONS IS MARCH 31, 1998.
To submit a nomination or to obtain additional information, please contact
the ARNOVA Executive Office, c/o Indiana University Center on
Philanthropy, 550 West North Street, Suite 301, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(telephone 317/684-2120; fax 317/684-212.
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