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Jamie Goodwin

Jamie Goodwin

Assistant Professor of Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership

On Faculty since 2020



jamie.goodwin@wheaton.edu

Doctor of Philosophy Philanthropic Studies (Expected Graduation, May 2020)
Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy,
Indianapolis, IN
Major: Philanthropic Studies
Minor: Global and International Studies

Master of Arts Philanthropic Studies (2012)
Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy,
Indianapolis, IN

Bachelor of Arts Journalism, Education and Spanish (2001)
Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana

Reports

National Study of Congregations Economic Practices Executive Report, Lake Institute on Faith and Giving www.nscep.org, 2018-2020 Global Philanthropy Environment Index, Latin America and Africa Regional Reports, Lilly

Family School of Philanthropy Research Department, 2017-2018

Indiana Community Action Agencies Stakeholder and Client Study, Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and Sagamore Institute , 2018

Report on Global Learning in Indiana Schools, Indiana Department of Education and Longview Foundation, 2015

Articles

Goodwin, J. (2018). The Double Character of Cuban Protestantism and Philanthropy. Religions, 9(9), 265.

Articles In Progress

Global Learning and High-Impact Practices in the Philanthropic Studies Classroom, received an invitation to revise and resubmit to the Journal of Nonprofit Leadership and Education

The International Engagement of U.S. Congregations: Findings from the NSCEP study – to be submitted spring 2020 to Scientific Study of Religion Journal

"Meaning Making During Emerging Adulthood: Is Developing a Prosocial Orientation Part of Becoming an Adult?" (Coauthors Patricia Snell Herzog, Carolyn McNamara Barry, and Ofra Mayseless) - preparing to preregister hypothesis and submit to Emerging Adulthood

Literature Review: cross-cultural differences of morality, values and social axioms in global social psychology studies – to be submitted in April 2020 to Religions journal

Cross-Cultural Communication and Partnership within Transnational NGO’s – qualitative study of NSF-funded public data set on 152 U.S.-based transnational NGO executive directors – early phase of preparation Findings from the National Study on Congregations Economic Practices, funded by Lilly
Endowment, various papers anticipated

Cuban Civil Society in Comparative Perspective, in progress to submit to Governar: The Public Policy Journal of Latin America

“Are Two Heads Better Than One? Effects of Working as a Team vs. Alone on Fundraising Effectiveness and Fundraiser Satisfaction” – currently in data analysis phase

Book Chapters

“Generosity in Action: Benefiting the Collective Good.” In Patricia Snell Herzog, The Science of Generosity: Manifestations, Causes, and Consequences. Palgrave Macmillan, accepted for publication with release in December 2019.

Co-Presenter, Experiential Education Teaching Guide: Award to develop teaching materials for the Association of Research on Nonprofits and Voluntary Associations ($750), 2019

Lead Investigator, Dissertation Research: Mutuality in Cross-Cultural Philanthropic Partnerships, Graduate Student Research Grant, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy ($2,000), 2019

Co-Investigator, Global Youth Project: Studying Cross-Cultural Developments of Religiosity & Philanthropy, International Collaboration Grant, Notre Dame University, Global Research on Religion Initiative. Team Grant with Patricia Herzog, David King, Una Osili, Pamala Wiepking and Dana Doan ($25,000), 2019

Co-Author, National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices, Grant from Lilly Endowment with David King, Brad Fulton and Chris Munn, ($1.7 million), 2018

Lead Investigator, Dissertation Research: Mutuality in Cross-Cultural Philanthropic Partnerships, Graduate Student Research Grant, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy ($2,000), 2018

Lead Investigator, Pilot Study: Cuban Civil Society, Graduate Student Research Grant, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, ($2,000), 2017

  • Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations & Voluntary Action
  • International Society for Third Sector Research
  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
  • American Sociological Association

Purdue Black Cultural Center, Public Conversation, The Race Divide in Philanthropy, invited panelist, 2020

Experiential Education in Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies Programs, ARNOVA Annual Conference, invited presentation, 2019

Meaning Making During Emerging Adulthood, ARNOVA Annual Conference, 2019

The Double Nature of Cuban Protestantism and Philanthropy, ARNOVA Annual Conference, 2019

The International Engagement of U.S. Congregations, Findings from the National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices, ARNOVA Annual Conference, 2019

The Double Nature of Cuban Protestantism and Philanthropy, ISTR Latin America Conference, 2019

There is no “I” in “Team”: The effect of teams on fundraising, ISTR bi-annual conference, 2018

There is no “I” in “Team”: The effect of teams on fundraising, ARNOVA annual conference, 2017

Nonprofit Leadership in the Era of Globalization, invited presentation to Nelson Mandela Fellows, Sagamore Institute, 2017

Asset-based Global Education Development, Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Conference, 2016

Indiana Foreign Language Annual Meeting: invited panelist, 2015

Travel: for Professional Development and Personal Transformation, Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association, 2014

Introduction to Major Gifts Fundraising, invited presentation to Casa Hogar Board of Trustees, 2010

  • 2019 IUPUI Celebration of Teaching and Engaged Learning Honoree, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • 2018 Passed Qualifying Exam General Question with Distinction
  • 2017-2019 Ilchman-Dickinson Fellowship, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
  • 2017 Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Study Abroad Scholarship
  • 2016-2017 Graduate Student Assistantship, Indiana University
  • 2010-2011 Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Seville, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana University
  • 2001 Cain Award for Religious Leadership, Franklin College
  • 2000 Bridges Travel Award to Study Journalism, Spanish, Franklin College

Frontline Religious Leaders and the National Study on Congregations’ Economic Practices, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Blog, 2019.

Expanded Perspective, Lake Institute, 2019, Insights.

Hispanic Philanthropy and the Moral Imagination, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Blog, 2018.

Crossing the border between helping and being helped: Informal Giving and the U.S. Immigrant Crisis, HistPhil, The Urban Institute, 2018. 

Informal Networks of Generosity are Supporting Asylum Seekers on Both Sides of the Border, The Conversation.

Benefits of International Exchange Programs, WFYI American Graduate Blog. 

  • Philanthropy Research Workshop, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN (weekly event during academic year), 2016- Present
  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2019
  • Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Organizations, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, 2019
  • 2019 Reconciliation Institute, Duke Seminary and Center for Reconciliation, Durham, North Carolina, Immigration Issues Track, 2019
  • ISTR Latin America Conference, EAFIT University, Medellín, Colombia, 2019
  • Leadership Roundtable, The Fundraising School, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN, 2019
  • Center for Service and Learning Research Academy, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN, 2019
  • Indiana Conference on Citizenship, Sagamore Institute, Indianapolis, IN, 2019
  • Latino Lectures, Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, CA, 2018
  • Muslim Philanthropy Symposium, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN, 2018
  • ARNOVA Annual Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, 2017
  • Lilly Endowment Meeting: National Initiative to Address the Economic Challenges Facing Pastors, Indianapolis, IN, 2017
  • Nonprofit Academic Center Council Biennial Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2017
  • Women’s Philanthropy Institute Annual Conference, 2017
  • Lake Institute Thought Leaders’ Meeting, 2017
  • Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2017