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CNSM is a globally-recognized leader in analyzing the evolving role of nonprofit organizations in our society, politics, and the economy.
Through community engagement, teaching, and research, it examines how nonprofit organizations intersect with government, business, philanthropy, and communities to help solve today's most pressing policy issues. CNSM's New York City location promotes active engagement with the nation's most complex nonprofit sector, and secures internship and placement opportunities with many nonprofit organizations.
For general inquiries, including information about our seminars or to join our mailing list, please contact us by phone at (646) 660-6743 or by email.
CNSM delivers cutting-edge thinking about public sector leadership, management and policy through its seminar series, conferences, and Consulting Day event. All events focus on pressing nonprofit policy issues and provide an opportunity for practitioners to connect with noted experts in the field.
Click here to access an updated list of events, as well as PowerPoint presentations, videos, summaries, speaker biographies, and other event materials.
To obtain information about our seminars or to join our mailing list, please contact us by phone at (646) 660-6743 or by email.
CNSM promotes research on nonprofit and non-governmental organizations conducted by Baruch faculty. It also works with affiliated faculty and external organizations to produce original research on timely topics such as:
Far From Home: Nonprofits Assess Sandy Recovery and Disaster Preparedness
The Financial Health of New York's Child Welfare Nonprofits
The Helpers Need Help: New York City's Nonprofit Human Services Organizations Persevering in Uncertain Times - Summer 2009
Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey - Winter 2008
Consulting Day Report - Spring 2008
Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey - Spring 2007
Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey - Spring 2006
Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey - Spring 2005
Leadership, Diversity and Legal Services: Strategies for Increasing the Diversity of Legal Services Management in New York and in America's Most Diverse City - Fall 2009. Conducted by Professor Sonia R. Jarvis.