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Jen Shang, PhD
Curriculum Consultant
Hartsook Institutes for Fundraising

Jen Shang is a Philanthropic Psychologist and Director of Research at the Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy at Plymouth Business School and at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy-Indiana University. Her work has been published in numerous journals. She is the author of Fundraising: Principles and Practice. Jen’s commitment to teaching was recognized by Indiana University through its annual Trustee’s Teaching Award and she was recognized by the professional body of fundraising (Institute of Fundraising in the UK) and appointed to be their Chief Examiner.

Jen is deeply committed to promoting the teaching of philanthropic psychology and fundraising. She utilizes modern teaching approaches including active-learning, Just-in-Time teaching, Decoding-the-discipline and group-based techniques. She works with over 30 nonprofit organizations including internationally-respected organizations such as American Red Cross, National Public Radio, NSPCC, Cancer Research UK and RSPCA.

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The Most Influential ‘Living Person’ in Philanthropy

Robert F. Hartsook Receives Honorary Doctorate of Business
Plymouth University, United Kingdom

Bob Hartsook was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Business Administration by Plymouth University in Plymouth, England. The University described Bob as: “arguably the most influential living person improving the philanthropic donor experience.” Such global affirmation appropriately recognizes Bob and uniquely distinguishes Hartsook as the world’s fundraising counsel.”

Plymouth University honors individuals who have achieved great distinction in their professional lives and who have made contributions to society at large. In recognizing Bob Hartsook’s impressive achievements, the University has highlighted his service to the field of philanthropy, his promotion of academic study and research and his personal commitment to growing philanthropy around the world. Go here to learn more and view videos from this event.

Pictured: Karin Cox, Hartsook Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer; Julian Chaudhuri, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Education and Student Experience; Bob Hartsook; Adrian Sargeant, Professor of Fundraising at Plymouth University and the Director of the Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy; Jen Shang, Philanthropic Psychologist and Director of Research at the University of Plymouth Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy; Matthew J. Beem, Hartsook President and CEO.


Enroll Now for an Online Master’s in Fundraising Management!

In partnership with the Hartsook Institutes for Fundraising, Avila University (Kansas City) is home to the first-in-the-nation online Master’s in Fundraising Management.

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Nonprofit fundraising requires specialized knowledge and skills that you just won’t get from a general non-profit management degree program. Research–based classes created by internationally-renowned Dr. Adrian Sargeant, with the support and experience of Hartsook, focus on the science and business of fundraising. Gain the knowledge you need to change the world through fundraising. A tuition grant of up to 33 percent is available for Hartsook clients. All courses are available online and classes start every eight weeks. Contact Avila University at [email protected] to learn more.

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