• Boards as an Accountability Mechanism 

      Ostrower, Francie Dr. (Urban Institute, 2014-05)
      Boards are central to the system of nonprofit accountability, but their adequacy has been increasingly questioned by policymakers, media, researchers and others. There is good reason to be concerned about board performance, ...
    • Hearts or Minds? Identifying Persuasive Messages on Climate Change 

      Albertson, Bethany; Busby, Joshua William (Sage Journals, 2015-03)
      This article sheds light on what kinds of appeals persuade the US public on climate change. Using an experimental design, we assign a diverse sample of 330 participants to one of four conditions: an economic self-interest ...
    • Hill Country Conservation: A Network and Narrative for Large-Scale Collaborative Conservation 

      Bixler, R. Patrick; Lovell, Ashley Noel (Cynthia and Georgy Mitchell Foundation, 2016-08)
      This report describes the joint research and practitioner-based effort to understand the network and narrative that shapes Hill Country conservation opportunities and outcomes. From April 2015-July 2016, we collected and ...
    • Resident Feedback on the Restore Rundberg Community Survey 

      Castro, Jessenia; Casstevens, Katie; Garcia, Barbara; Springer, David W. (Professional Development Journal, 2015)
    • Restoring Rundberg: A Community-Research Partnership 

      Springer, David W.; Lauderdale, Michael; Fitzgerald, Kyran; Baker, Donald (Professional Development Journal, 2015)
      Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education is a refereed journal concerned with publishing scholarly and relevant articles on continuing education, professional development, and ...