WASHINGTON— ASAE Foundation names two university programs that are receiving research grants as part of the Scholarly Research in Association Management Grants Program (SRGP). The SRGP provides lead investigators with funds to conduct research on a cross-section of topics relevant to nonprofit management and member-based associations. Each recipient will receive a $7,500 grant that starts in mid-August and lasts for one year.
The two awardees for this latest award cycle are:
James Madison University
Willingness to Donate: Are membership dues a substitute for donations?
Margaret F. Sloan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Strategic Leadership Studies and Cleopatra Charles, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University-Newark
New York University
Incentivizing Participation: Advocacy Associations and the Collective Action Problem
Clifford Frasier, Ph.D. Candidate
“Congratulations to James Madison University and New York University. The research will address questions about the relationship between donations and membership dues, and how advocacy efforts might be increased among associations. Both topics will provide valuable information for our community, and we look forward to sharing the results,” said ASAE Executive Vice President and ASAE Foundation President Susan Robertson, CAE
To learn more, visit foundation.asaecenter.org/research/scholarly-research-grants.